I have 25 years experience in IT and over 5 years experience in web design. I can guide you and help you set up a plan of action for your specific web project. A good web site doesn't have to be expensive.
I offer a complete web development service from planning and designing your application through to development, testing and deployment.
When developing systems I focus on the end-users. This ensures that the solution is driven by function and need rather than technology or fancy graphics. My designs are easy to use and effective.
I won't use the most complex technology available just for the sake of it. I am interested in solving your problems. In order to achieve this I adopt a consultative approach to all my projects. I never impose a solution. Instead, I work with you to ensure you get an elegant solution that meets your needs.
All of my sites are created from scratch, I never use pre-designed templates but I will always design and build to your exact requirements.
Once the site is complete I will train you so as you can update the site yourself.
Re-vamping existing websites and bringing the design up to date and in accordance with accessibility issues recommended by the World Wide Web Consortium.
I offer consultancy and advice on the following:-
I can help with advice on new PC's, printers, scanners and other accessories. I can help you with getting online, e-mail, scanning and creating your own CDs.
Let me show you how to get more from Microsoft Word by creating templates, macros, tables, columns and autotext.
How about using Microsoft Excel or Microsoft Money to keep track of your bank accounts, credit cards, loans and mortgage.
Maybe you would simply benefit from some one-to-one training on Word, Excel and other Microsoft products.
Everyone benefits from training. This could be either a 1 hour lesson on a certain aspect of Microsoft Word, a half or full day training on a particular software package, or a lunchtime lecture. It can be on a one-to-one basis, in small or large groups.
These can be informal lunchtime lectures. I encourage the audience to participate and ask questions. A lecture on how computers work can often benefit people who are not sure about computers and maybe even scared of them.