Front End Web Designer: W3C Compliant XHTML CSS Websites
The site is primarily a showcase for the various web design projects that I have undertaken in the past, whether it is projects that I have done to demonstrate my current skills level, for the company that I am currently working for, sites that I have done for clients, or sites that I have done as template designs.
I am a professional web designer based in Southend-on-Sea in Essex. With many years of expertise, I can create web-sites that are attractive, easy-to-use and perfectly optimised for search engines.
I always dedicate my full care and attention to each project I undertake until it is completed to your satisfaction.
Using my vast knowledge of web designing, including search engine optimisation (SEO), xhtml, css and cross browser accessibility and usability, I have all the necessary skills to create a site that is just right for you.
All of my sites are designed, coded and tested in all of the latest web browsers available. These include Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Opera, Safari, Internet Explorer 7, 8 & 9.
I believe that when it comes to web design, standards are important. And this is why I build websites that are compliant with the World Wide Web Consortiumís recommendations.
A site that conforms to these standards will be far more efficient and more compatible cross broswer.
I use Extensible Hypertext Markup Language (XHTML) to build your site. Using XHTML ensures that your site conforms to W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) recommendations.
XHTML guarantees that the code of your site is well-formed, clean and compatible with all devices and browsers.
When designing your site, I use Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) to keep the separation between your content and the presentation of your site.
With CSS technology, I can design a site that is consistently formatted and easily adaptable for the future.
I will take your Adobe Photoshop PSD design and convert it into a valid XHTML, CSS tabless website that is compliant with the World Wide Web Consortiumís recommendations (W3C).