I started designing websites in 1996(!)
…by candle light in a log cabin.
All right we had light bulbs then but it was way back in the dark ages of web design.
Early on I differentiated myself by leading the ‘visual’ revolution in my marketplace. I focused on artistic designs that still loaded fast. My competition – all computer geeks – were great at writing code but not really skilled at the visuals. I focused on my advantage and it worked.
Back in those days, due to reeeally slow dial-up internet access, artistic websites were the exception. They were very effective at grabbing attention and implying quality in the brand (if they loaded fast enough). Now that everyone has broadband and artsy fartsy is no big thing, the focus has returned to WORDS.Contact me about a quote