The full short story:
I worked for a computer distributer, a venture capitalist, and a B2B software company (which failed grandly), but then went freelance for over a decade (while returning to school for a bachelor’s and master’s).
The freelance work was nice, but I missed the camaraderie of the big office, so I joined up with ThinkHR and happily spend my weekdays there.
However, I suppose I still take on a few small projects from time to time if they’re a good fit.
So what do I do?
- WordPress Sites — this allows clients to take over when the site is built–or not. Either way works.
- Database Design and Integration — I won’t do a large storefront, but small database projects are fine. If you’re going to collect and report on data, you may want to consult me. It’s actually not that hard.
That’s about the long and short of it. If you need to know languages or tech speak, here you go:
Products I’ve spent many a long night with: Photoshop, Dreamweaver, WordPress (with custom coding), Illustrator, Navicat, Excel, Word, and Powerpoint