I have been a builder of Websites for nearly 30 years. I learned the 'language' of the web back when there were basically two web browsers; Mosaic and Netscape Navigator. I witnessed the advent of Internet Explorer and Opera, and later, Apple's Safari web browser. I have a history with websites. With all of the do-it-yourself options available, I still prefer to build a more tailored web presence for my clients. I currently use content management systems, but I tailor them to each specific purpose.
Below you will find a few examples of websites that have been built for various enterprises. Please feel free to visit these websites and if you are interested in discussing your situation, please contact me.
A website dedicated to designs for Veterans, by a Veteran
Today there remain descendants of the pre-unification Royal Houses of Hawai'i, and prominent among them are the House of Kawananakoa and the House of Kamakahelei. This is the official website of the House of Kamakahelei.
Society of American Armigers is a heraldic society dedicated to registering the assumed coats-of-arms of American citizens.
The official website of the Association of the Fagan Tribes is dedicated to creating a community of people with ancestral ties or genealogical interest in the surname Fagan.
Midland Masonic Bodies is a website dedicated to the various bodies of Freemasonry located in Midland, Texas. This includes Lodges, Scottish Rite, York Rite, and women's groups.
This was the official website of the Royal House of Sefwi Obeng-Mim, located in Ghana. This website has been transferred to a private web-company. That being said, I did enjoy implementing the inaugural version of their website.
Peak Completions is a company that designs and builds application-specific completion equipment for the oilfield. I provided the initial design and maintenance of this website.
Kingdom Knights was a website dedicated to assisting men and women in learning the true values inherent in Christian Chivalry.
Unfortunately, the website is currently offline.
TRACE Engines LLP was a company building FAA compliant reciprocating engines for various aircraft.