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Infotechnologist - Mableton, GA
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I am a full-service web and application development service provider. I also provide coding, programming, design, graphic design, print design, and many more IT-related services.
My skill set includes, but is not limited to:
- XHTML / CSS
- PHP / Mysql
- XML / JSON / Flat File / CSV/ Excel (Any other databases)
I am primarily a custom developer, but I also have an extensive knowledge of any third-party APIs and systems. For example: Wordpress, Drupal, Joomla, Zencart, and OSCommerce.
Questions and answers
- What would you recommend customers looking to save money?
Try to be open to negotiation. A lot of times, I can work out very good deals with clients on a budget, and in certain situations, features can sometimes be toned down in order to accommodate a better budget. It mostly depends on the nature of the project, and my current work load at the time. However, I am always open to good negotiations.
- What certifications or professional affiliations do you have?
I don't have any certifications. To date, I am 100% self-taught. I feel that a lot of times, colleges aren't able to keep up with the demand of the current technologies as they are forever changing. Even those who go to college can only use them as a temporary stepping-stone to better personal development.
- Tell us something customers may not know about you.
Most people do not realize a few things. First of all, most of the time I get ready to start a project, I am open to negotiation. I am a freelancer and have the option of working deals out with clients when budgets get in the way. Secondly, most clients need something done and don't see it in my services, and they don't ask me about it. I offer many more services that aren't listed on my site or on my profile. It never hurts to ask me about specific services to see if I offer them.
- What services do you provide your customers after the work has finished?
It depends on the customer's need. I offer fully customizable services, regardless of what the clients needs are.
- What areas of your trade do you specialize in?
I specialize in all areas of IT work, especially programming. I can do programming, coding, design, graphic design, and print design as well as many, many more.
- How did you get started?
I started in 2002. I started training myself in development (starting with xhtml/css). From there, I started getting into programming. Over the years, I continued to grow more experienced.
- What types of jobs are the most common?
Pretty much anything in this field. I do a lot of programming work, but I get plenty of offers for other types of projects as well.
- What are the most frequent questions you get from customers? What are the answers?
A lot of clients ask me if I am open for equity projects. I normally tell them that 90% of the time, I am not. Although in some situations, they present me with some really good offer on a type of job I am very interested in. For situations where I choose to do equity, I generally will quote the price of the project, get a certain amount for the deposit, and then do the rest on equity. Many other questions have been asked of me, but there is not enough room in this answer field to list them all. I have a pretty extensive FAQ located on my main business website.
- What questions should a customer ask before hiring a professional in your trade?
Always ask questions pertaining to the experience of the developer, past projects/portfolio items, timeframe windows, and quotes.
- Tell us about the project or job that you are most proud of (in the last 12 months).
I have a variety of projects in my portfolio. Originally, I had close to 75. I slimmed it down to some of my best works. Currently, around 27-29 items are displayed on my portfolio within my website.
- What brands or products do you work with?
I have worked with a variety of high-profile clients, some more important than others. On request, I can release the names of various companies I have worked with via freelance contract agreements in the past.
- How many projects do you average in a year?
I average so many projects. I am literally unable to number them. They vary from really small projects, medium-sized projects, large projects, and projects that are so large they are almost beyond comprehension.
- What information do you recommend to have readily available before looking for a professional in your trade?
A good requirements document, information on whatever budget you have, and details on any deadlines that are relevant. This set of information is very important and can help during the quoting and estimation process.
- What do you wish customers knew about your profession or trade?
That I do the best I can for my clients. I am not perfect, but I always attempt to maintain the best quality possible in my work, and I think I do a very good job. I am very experienced (I would even say to a senior level), and within the past 1-2 years, have not encountered any thing at all that I have not been able to tackle correctly.