My career path has been anything but a straight line. Before I became a web designer I was a Psychologist, and artist, and a writer of books. Along the way I’ve picked up a lot of different skills. I bring all of these skills to every project I undertake.
They say one of the first laws of running a successful enterprise of any sort–whether it’s a professional practice or a business or a creative undertaking– is to “Know Thyself.”
Know what’s special about you and what you offer. Know what makes you stand out from the pack. That’s where I come in.
My specialty is crafting Web sites that capture your individuality, your brand and your gift to the world. I love to work on projects that are subtle, complex or maybe a bit hard to put into words. I use my ability to read people and that helps me help YOU find what’s special about YOU and WHAT YOU OFFER.
Truth be told, empathy is my middle name. When I work with a client to design a web site for their work, I use my well-honed skills to get inside another’s experience to help them recognize it, own it, embody it and project it.
Whatever you call it, they’re all about knowing who you are, what your stand for, your special sauce–what makes you YOU. What you do, the story that you tell, how you present and project that, and the audience you choose to reach–all this is at the heart of a successful web site.
I used to be a Psychologist before becoming a Web designer (read more here). The most important skill a mental health professional has is the ability to be a good listener, communicator and reader of human nature.
I’m passionate about good works and supporting world changers–those who improve our lives and make a difference in the world through the arts, through service, or through the entrepreneurial spirit.
My contribution is to guide and coach you to a powerful online presence– one that captures the soul and essence of who you are and what you do in the world, and lets everyone know about it. I help you do what you do best. And we’re all better off for it.
I’ve done a lot of things over the years–psychologist, artist, writer, business person, teacher, real estate investor, entrepreneur, dog whisperer and now Web designer. I bring all this to every project I undertake. And my varied background gives me common ground with the kinds of clients GoodWorx attracts.
I am also a big fan of animals, and I live in the woods near Boston with my beloved dog, Roxie.
This is what I will do for you as my Web design client. Help you develop a vision of your Web site and then bring it to life in code, words, and images.
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) can seem like a “black art.” It needs the touch of a good copywriter who can hone and refine your verbal message to say exactly what you want to say in exactly the way you need to say it. Building your web site with WordPress is another way to entice the interest of search engines. Read more about what WordPress is and why I design in WordPress.
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