What Clients Say
I recommend Kirsten without reservation. She listened carefully to my design ideas and then brought them to life, coaching me through developing the look and feel of a great looking website. Her attention to detail – fonts, colours and layout – really show in the final site. Need a great designer that can bring together the technical and artistic – look no further.
As a designer, it’s critical for me to work with an interactive developer who is resourceful, reliable and knowledgeable. Kirsten has all those qualities and more. No matter what questions I have on a project, she’ll have the answers for and, if she’s not sure, she’ll investigate. Kirsten is an inquisitive and adaptable developer – prerequisite qualities for designing or coding interactive material. She is an expert in her field with an open mind and a generous nature – a professional relationship I’m very happy to continue.
I don’t think I’ve ever met anyone with such a breadth of talent in so many areas… and she doesn’t just dabble, she masters everything she puts her mind to. She pretty much just decides to do something, and then a month later she’s great at it. I’m telling you, she can do anything. ANYTHING!
Here’s a quick update from the road. I’m at my first WordCamp – “experienced edition”, focused more on WordPress development, held at Seattle Pacific University. I’ve long been a fan of WordPress largely because of the incredibly helpful and enthusiastic community around it, but I’ve only just started to actually dive in to that community. It’s been a great experience […]
This week, I’m enjoying the satisfaction of launching a new website I recently worked on with Second Thought, for Calbag Metals in Portland, Oregon. The site was built in WordPress and is very data-rich and customized, with multiple custom post types and layouts. Features include a dynamically-updateable sortable recycling guide and item highlights, dynamic employee bios, embedded Facebook and blog feeds, and a separate […]
This spring, I launched a website for Team-Based Learning educator Jim Sibley at http://www.learntbl.ca, promoting the powerful group teaching method, his upcoming new book “Getting Started With Team-Based Learning“, and the related workshops he offers.
I’m especially looking forward to seeing the book in print, as I was the copy editor before it went to the publisher, and I know […]
No matter who you are or what your business is, it can be hard sometimes to find time to look after your own website and keep it fresh. And I’ve been as guilty of that as anyone; if I have work to do for a client, that usually comes before my own promotion! So here is a long-overdue overhaul on […]