Ten Reasons to Use W3Conversions
- 1We speak your language: down-to-earth conversation. We're here to work, consult, advise, teach, and share, not bowl you over with geek-speak. (At the same time, we're quite familiar with the business world and converse fluently in your dialect.)
- 2We know markup (HTML and CSS) inside-out. In fact, we're the company that others come to for answers. Stephanie is a world-class authority on Dreamweaver, is an Adobe Community Expert and a Dreamweaver Advisor. She serves on the influential, international Web Standards Project, is a partner at Community MX, is “List Mom” for the long-running WebWeavers discussion list—where web professionals seek advice throughout the day—and is a moderator of the search engine marketing discussion group SEM 2.0.
- 3We're well-known, strong advocates of "web standards." You'll see the difference web standards make in your ROI. Used wisely and correctly, web standards help sites to be:
- more accessible
- flexible enough to adapt to a variety of forms of delivery, from print to mobile
- make sites easier (and thus cheaper) for your team or future developers to maintain, change, or completely redesign.
- make your site more easily read by the all-important Search Engines.
- 4We can handle both small and large jobs. Even better, we can train your team to do what we do--in fact, that's one of our specialties.
- 5We're world-class experts in CSS and Dreamweaver. Actually, we've written the book on it: Mastering CSS with Dreamweaver CS3, published by New Riders/Peach Pit Press, co-authored by Greg Rewis. We also contributed to Macromedia Dreamweaver MX 2004 Magic. Stephanie's tutorials and educational articles appear regularly on prominent, heavily-trafficked sites, such as Adobe's Developer Center, and Community MX.
- 6We bring in projects professionally, on time, and on budget. Don't take our word for it; here's what Joseph Galarneau of New York Magazine said:
When we were looking for a CSS guru to provide 11th-hour help on a massive site relaunch, Stephanie Sullivan came through with flying colors. She patiently worked with our team to overcome some formidable technical hurdles and helped us to meet our schedule. We definitely would recommend her services to anyone looking for a top-flight web designer.
- 7We're well-connected. As a frequent speaker at top web conferences, from Adobe MAX to NAB, we know—and are well-acquainted with—exactly the right people to bring into your project, if you need specialists in virtually any web-related skill.
- 8We take accessibility seriously. Any day now, like other governments around the world, the US will require us all to take web accessibility more seriously than we now do. Yes, an accessible site brings in more customers; yes, it's the right thing to do. And, yes, we know how to fix your site, or, even better, build it so it's very accessible, right from the start.
- 9We know how to work with designers. One of designers' biggest complaints is that they build a beautiful, effective face for a company's site, and then the code-oriented, wouldn't-know-beauty-if-it-slapped-him-in-the-face developer arrives and makes arbitrary decisions that destroy all that careful crafting. We know how to work with designers—we have years of experience working with web and print designers, and we're accustomed to their exacting standards. We respect their choices, speak their language, and know how to collaborate with them to create beautiful, functional websites.
- 10We play well with others. As many private and public sector organizations know, we have a passion for teaching, know how to walk in and work well with a team from Day One, and have the people skills to motivate and maintain a great working environment.
Whether it's training, speaking, troubleshooting, or site-building, we're here to get the job done. Why? Because, we dream of a better web.