When I was younger, my dad often took my brother and I camping. I learned a lot of things on those trips - how to start a fire, how to pitch a tent, how to navigate the woods with a map and a compass. But the one lesson he taught me that I'll never forget is that you always leave the camp site better than you found it. You owe it to yourself, to nature, and to whoever comes next.
That's how I feel about the internet, too. The internet is sick - social media divides us, websites track us, and marketers distract us. I want to leave the next generation a better internet than the one I found. So I'm committed to finding better, more responsible ways to design websites and graphics, market on social media and search engines, and teach the world digital citizenship.
see the big picture
set the bar high
give more than asked
In our case, there was no business without the site! WaltersWorks was the only company that within the first meeting made me feel very confident and comfortable that he understood and could produce what we envisioned.