I make websites

Since the mid 90s I've been making websites. Usually my role is as developer, producer, and often designer. I've also worked extensively with analytics, UI, ADA compliance and strategy. I'm one of those folks that can do it all. I've made sites from detailed proposals, client's sketches and from a single image of a shoe (it was not a website for shoes).

I am currently working fulltime for Inetz.com.

Need something done? Web development, design, management, content management systems, photography or consulting? Run or own a small ski area?

My resume (pdf). Email me.

Content Management System

Most of the my work in the past has been building websites from scratch using my custom CMS.

I've also done WordPress, Shopify LAMP server management, design, training, ADA compliance, general web consulting and some work with ASP.NET, C#, MVC, Sass, Github and Bootstrap.



I don't believe complexity has any inherent value. Too often it's an excuse to charge more and make things harder to change. I prefer to Keep It Simple.

My CMS has been used on sites with 5 pages and 500 pages. The source code is probably under 1000 lines. Clean, semantic code makes everything easier and faster.

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I started at Sugarloaf and rebuilt most of the ASC sites with my cms. After ASC, Peak Resorts became my main client and I built most of the resort sites more than once. In the past couple of years I also worked with Dirigo Dev on their ski clients. Over the years my cms was also used for Jackson Hole, Cannon MT, Waterville Valley and several clients outside the ski industry.

My work has ranged from just a few css changes to doing everything including server setup, my custom cms, design, analytics and content management. I've had many clients for years, creating, building and reworking their online presence often for more than a decade.