I create websites.

What I Bring to the table


Web design is more than a pretty website, it’s about making something useful. It’s about creating something that your audience will undoubtably understand. Web design is taking an idea that manifests in your head or on paper and turning it into a beautiful and completely functional experience. It should look great, yes, but it should work great too.


Web development is a foreign subject to many, but it can be simplified in these terms: a beautiful design is broken down into certain elements and within those elements, website users are able to interact and engage in a set of actions (hover, click, read, submit a request, etc.). A perfectly developed website is one that works beautifully for both front-end users and those who manage the content of the website.


UX strategy is simply a plan to execute a desired user experience. Whether the strategy is taken to in-depth measures, such as wireframing individual pages, or the strategy is simply mapped out through a content outline and a few discussions, it is absolutely important that the UX strategy be in place before spending both time and money on design and development.

Should we work together?

  • You are a dedicated, passionate entrepreneur who wants to create a better (or new) website that will help you achieve specific goals that you have set.
  • You like to collaborate on projects – i.e. if we communicate our ideas to one another, we can create an awesome website!
  • You understand that content is super important and you are willing to put in the effort up front to create your content (or at least get started on it), so that we can use your content (or content strategy) to design your website.  If you are going to spend money to have a custom website built, I want to make sure we not only make it look amazing, but I want to make sure we understand the best way to display information to your audience – it will make a huge difference with scalability (growing your traffic) and it will also make it easier for you to manage in the long-run.
  • You want me to design, develop and launch your website in the next month.  There are plenty of designer/developers who will take on this type of work, but it’s not my thing .  I like to communicate with my clients and think through the user experience as well as what types of content will be on their website, which in turn allows me to create an effective user experience for visitors as well as an easy to manage back-end for my clients.
  • You don’t know what you want.  It’s okay to be in the idea-phase of a project, that’s 100% okay.  It just doesn’t make sense to start design while you are still thinking through your idea.  My recommendation, start writing your content and see if you like it.  Then share it with some friends and family members and see if they like it.  Once you get a grasp on what direction your content is going to take, let’s chat more about making an awesome website.


Client Love

  • I’ve worked with ‘em all. Freelancers. Agencies. Everything in-between. I can say hands down the best person I’ve ever worked with (and continue to work with) for my web development is Brad Hogan. Besides having mad programming skills, the best thing Brad brings to the table is excellent communication and always gets everything done on time. Highly recommended.

    David Siteman Garland

    Serial entrepreneur, web show host, online course badass

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