I’ve been juggling both design and front-end development since 2009. I have also picked up good knowledge of Responsive Web Sites to easily fits your mobile / gadgets, custom WordPress theming with PHP, and have a keen eye for usability / UX.
I love to create intuitive designs and can quickly flip the design into a working UI using the latest techniques with HTML / CSS / jQuery with standards. Having a good understanding of how design techniques are implemented on the web allows me to make quick and wise decisions and also allows me to think further into my designs. I’m not only concerned with aesthetics but also have high respect for functionality, performance, and user flow from beginning to the end.
My capabilities include UX, fully-responsive, mobile-first, and ecommerce design. My primary platforms are WordPress and woocommerce. I synthesize the newest design methodologies with the tried and true to provide value to your customers and endgame.
I take into account not only your expectations, but also your brand, goals, and technology to create something you’re proud of. Web design today needs to be relevant, useful, and on brand. After all, it should incorporate your brand’s goals and sentiments while being designed for your customers.
Overall, I love all things digital!
What is Page Optimization? What should you care?
Page speed is defined as the length of time it takes to display all the content on a specific page or the length of time it takes for a browser to receive a web server’s first byte. Though similar, page speed is not the same as site speed. Site speed is the average of several sample pages on a website.
Page speed is important to users because, well, faster pages are more efficient. Per a recent Kissmetrics infographic, if a page takes longer than 3 seconds to load, over a quarter of users will click away. Mobile users expect speed, too. In the same survey, 73% of users reported visiting a website that loaded too slow. Page speed also affects conversion rate. For example, Walmart.com noted that with every second of increased page speed, they saw a two percent increase in conversion.
What Is SEO?
SEO stands for “search engine optimization.” It is the process of getting traffic from the “free,” “organic,” “editorial” or “natural” search results on search engines.
All major search engines such as Google, Bing and Yahoo have primary search results, where web pages and other content such as videos or local listings are shown and ranked based on what the search engine considers most relevant to users. Payment isn’t involved, as it is with paid search ads.
These following files are exported PDF reports for both my Page Speed & SEO. You may download those files via these links:
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