Me as a designer & Developer

Come and learn more about my skills
and what I have accomplished.

Designing WordPress and Static websites for the past 2 years. With incorporation of security for spam and functionality.

With my last 7 years of experience with image capturing and editing allows me to provide high quality images of your brand.

Every business needs a logo. With a constant color scheme and font types can impact the look of the companies branding.

Capturing video of company events can show an overall image of who you are as a company and what you do.

Having fluent designs, such as banners, can give a uniform look at throughout the company.

With use of dashboards and charts can insure the communication to be more fluent. Leading to less mishaps.

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Designing for Responsive

Responsive design is an approach that advises designers and developers to respond to the user’s behaviors and environments that are based on their screen size, platform, and orientation.

This practice consists a mixture of flexible grid layouts, images, and a significant use of CSS media queries. When a user switches from their tablet to their laptop, the website should automatically switch to the devices resolution, image size, and scripting abilities. The user should also consider the settings that are on their device, for example if they have a VPN on their laptop, the website should not block the user’s access to the page. This means that the website should have the ability to automatically respond to the user’s preferences. This would lead to the hopeful elimination of needing a different design and development phase for each new device on the market.

Securing Your Website

There is a couple different ways and combinations to make sure that your website is secure. One of the best things to do that can protect your website is to make sure that your content management system, plugins, apps, or scripts are all up to date. If you’re running a website that is build with WordPress, both the base installation and any third party plugins are potential vulnerabilities. Also, another good way is to make sure that your website incorporates an SSL certificate. This is usually show in the address bar with a lock located at the beginning or the website url followed by HTTPS.

This next one seems simple but it can be very important. It’s tempting to use a simple password that you can always remember but these usually can be really short or easy to figure out. To make your password secure, make sure its long while incorporating a mix of special characters, numbers, and letters. If anyone else has access to your website, you will want to make sure that they also follow the same guidelines.

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