Thank you for visiting my personal portfolio. I am a WordPress developer with a BFA in Graphic Design, living in the Los Angeles area. I create custom WordPress themes or edit themes that are already installed. I have also worked with Shopify, Drupal & other content management systems.
I currently work full-time as a Sr. Frontend Developer at UCLA’s Strategic Communications department. My company is called HarborKnot and I consultant for businesses, non-profits, and other groups. I lead projects through the planning of information architecture, design and hosting consultation. The best way to meet me in person is at the official Santa Monia WordPress Meetup I host, every third Thursday of the month. Please contact me if you would like to know more.
A little more about my services.
Are visitors following the path of least resistance to your product? Figure out how many pages you need and the content they will hold and what belongs in your menu.
Development that will last many browser versions with minimal upkeep. HTML5 markup that promotes high SEO ranking and fast loading times. Using security tools including SSL certificates, attacks can be prevented or damage mitigated to keep data safe.
Providing custom, mobile first, responsive design. Create a visual hierarchy of your brand that leads to conversions. Discuss images that make your site good vs. excellent.
SEO & Hosting Consulting
Create content that attracts visitors. After your site is registered and tracking users, guard that information. See what is and what is not working to promote sale conversions. More can always be done to extend visits and attract users.
The Technical Services
I mostly develop for WordPress but code is a universal language. Here are some of the tools I work with and can help you with. If you don’t see it listed, feel free to ask.
WordPress // Web Development // Email Marketing // Website Content
AWS Hosting // CPanel // Plesk // WP-Engine // Pantheon // Flywheel // DreamHost // Kinsta
Programs I Use
Atom // Coda // Adobe Creative Cloud // InVision