Client focused web development
When you hire me, we’ll design a step-by-step plan to get your website completed and launched as efficiently as possible. I’ll have questions, and so will you, and we'll go over them together. Is your design perfect, does it need some work, or is it still sketched out on a napkin? Are all of your materials ready – hosting details, photos, written content – and assembled? If you need a graphic designer or copywriter, I can help set that up.
Once our plan is spelled out, we’ll both know what we need to do and what to expect from each other. Even if it’s a complex project, you’ll have a single point of contact – me – and I’ll know who in your organization I’ll be working with. When I get all of your materials, I start coding.
I’ll send updates during the building process to be sure your vision and my work are moving in the same direction. We’ll be able to make adjustments or refinements early on instead of ending up with something that needs a lot of reworking. I won’t just ask, “What do you think?” I’ll ask for specific input and make specific suggestions so I’m not wasting your time.
Your design coded to perfection
Your site will be tested throughout the build so there won't be any surprises. Are the colors, graphics, and fonts easy to read? Is the navigation simple and intuitive? Do hyperlinks go to the right place? Do downloads, forms, and pop-ups all work correctly? Does the site behave the same on all devices and browsers? We'll catch and fix issues early on, and we won't go live until everything works properly.
Your site will be easily read and understood by all of your visitors (accessibility). They'll be able find everything they're looking for quickly (navigation) and finish their business without getting frustrated (user experience/UX). Whether your site is viewed on a phone, tablet, or desktop, it'll look and feel the same (responsive design). And if it needs to be updated in the future, it can be edited by any competent web developer (clean, semantic code).
After launch, I won't disappear. If your site needs ongoing maintenance, I can do that or train someone in your organization to handle it. If there's a glitch down the road, I'll be sure it gets fixed. I'm proud of every site I build, and I want to be sure yours continues serving your needs. Our business relationship doesn't end as soon as I cash your last check.
So, let's get started.
Hi, I'm Sarah
I coded my first website in 1999, right after the dawn of CSS, and fell in love with the web. After I married, I put my career aside to raise a family. In late 2013, I heard a podcast about the need for more women in technology, and I knew I was ready to get back into web development. My kids were becoming more independent, so the timing was perfect. I started CodeGreer in January 2014, and I've been learning and building for the web ever since.
I'm a homeschooling mom of four by day and a freelance web developer by night. When I'm not coding, I'm reading, listening to podcasts, or hanging out with other entrepreneurial moms. I have an unabashed love for Synthpop, English Cricket, and all things peanut butter and chocolate.
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