Hi. My name is Roger Poole. I do design and coding for websites. I present myself to you with an extremely long history of communications experience starting with a BFA from Syracuse University. That degree may have been earned a long time ago, but an eye for design and art is a lifetime skill. I also work with 3 partners at WH2P Marketing Communications for doing large projects with other marketing goals such as branding. If you’ve got a big project that needs branding and collateral, please, go there now. Seriously, I won’t be offended. I’m the “P” of WH2P. We’ll put the entire team on your project.
Common sense is the knack of seeing things as they are, and doing things as they ought to be done.
I like search engine friendly websites. My primary focus when I do your site will be to make it SEO. I do my website design focused on being visitor friendly and, most important, search engine friendly. After all, you do want to be found, don’t you? Other things I do include animated banner ads, either flash or gif. I can do Adobe Flash. And while my experience does qualify me to design your logo or other collateral, that’s not my current focus. I’d rather design your website. If you have a designer on hand, I’ll gladly work with them to keep your site within your “brand.” I code CSS. I code HTML, and if I work on your site today, it will be done to the most current HTML5 standards. I pride myself with my sites validating as error free. I work with PHP and mySQL. I work with jQuery. My biggest advantage over your using a full time “coder” is I can tell what looks right and what doesn’t. I am more comfortable in Photoshop than you’ll ever be. If your coding problem is really complex, I have great friends that are great at heavy lifting and if that’s not what you need, I can help guide you to the right resource.
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I’ve done internet/interactive work since 1997. In web speak, that’s the Stone Ages. There’s a lot of stuff I’ve seen in those years. Browser wars mostly. WebTV was in vogue. (Interestingly enough, it sounds like modern day TVs wants to be websmart and it might come full circle.) Way back before that, I did a lot of print work. If you come to me from the print world, I will tell you I’ve done print design for many major companies such as Field & Stream, Remington Firearms or DuPont since 1977, so I’ll understand your intentions from the get-go and will help guide you to producing your project properly for the web. And heck no, I really don’t want to do print work anymore.