Over 120 completed websites since 2005. From small business to large institutions and everything in between, design and technical skills come together to set your organization apart from the competition.
specialize love Wordpress, over the years I've worked with ExpressionEngine, Joomla, Drupal, in addition to developing custom solutions.
Simple "Buy Now" buttons? No problem. Store fronts with 10's of thousands of products? Yep, that too. I develop E-commerce stores that will help you increase sales, get found on the 'net, and even make inventory management a snap.
Nearly 50% of web traffic comes from phones & tablets, and that share is growing. From apps to mobile-friendly design, I can help you with a mobile strategy that harnesses this changing landscape.
Need a more interactive solution? From planning & wireframes to improvements in User Experience (UX) - taking the complex and making it easy for your users is what I deliver.
From simple on-site directions search to complex & beautiful map-based applications, I can develop a unique and usable map that conveys location information for your project.
It is often said that Athens, GA would be heaven on earth if it just had a beach. Well to that end, 2014 is going to be an exciting year at Rainmaker Web Design. Throughout the year I'll be splitting time between Athens, GA and Charleston, SC.
Athens is that not-so-sleepy college town with a unique cultural blend and history that goes back further than the U.S. Constitution. I've spent over a decade of my life in Athens and have to say it's become a part of me.
The downtown revitalization, first class sporting events, and of course a music scene par excellence make it a quirky yet amazing atmosphere for a creative time to flourish. That aside, Athens is beginning to excel at attracting Startups and other creative ventures (Four Athens & Hatch Athens being to recent examples).
Besides being a culinary mecca, water sports destination, and having laid back lifestyle?
Actually, I could have stopped right there, but the fact is Charleston is one of America's emerging tech centers. Just ask Fast Company, and check out the Charleston Digital Corridor. The lowcountry houses operations for companies such as Google, Amazon, and Boeing - but it's the
fishing and paddling great attitude towards small businesses and tech startups that is so attractive.
Announced last week, the City of Fort Collins, CO and Charleston are swapping startup entrepreneurs. I’m particularly excited because Fort Collins, or The Fort, was where Rainmaker Web Design was founded back in 2005. It seems like an exciting opportunity for a couple entrepreneurs from each location to gain market reach and insight into business […]Read it!
Every now and then, a client comes to Rainmaker Web Design knowing exactly what they want. E+E Architecture, Inc. in Athens did exactly that. And one look at their project list and photos, it’s no wonder – an eye for design like theirs transcends all forms of media from the physical world right onto the […]Read it!
Another great opportunity, another happy client. Millworks Holdings, LLC came to us with a blank slate for their next development in the Athens, GA area. We worked closely with their marketing team, offering suggestions and guidance to target the local real estate market by utilizing mobile/responsive design, elegant image galleries, videos, and on-site driving directions […]Read it!
Hackathon Charleston 2014 dates have been announced for August 23rd & 24th, 2014. Pillaging your neighbors is highly recommend and encouraged. Judging categories include iOS, Android, Windows, and Responsive Web Applications. Apparently, rum, fun, and plenty of “booty” will be in store for all software “pirates” of Silcon Harbor. Check out SPARC’s website for Hackathon […]Read it!
Just my $0.02. Remember, as with anything – in predictions you get what you pay for… Stock Photos replaced by Real Photography Ribbons are so 2013 Skeuomorphism Begins Downward Spiral Content User Experience (UX) is King Parallax Layouts Go the Way of the Slap BraceletRead it!