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512-506-1876

judy@agavegulch.com

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Welcome To Agave Gulch WebWorks

I have been a web designer and developer for over 15 years and have over 100 websites to my credit. My goal is to have happy and satisfied customers who love their website’s look and functionality.

I live in the beautiful hill country outside Austin, Texas with my husband and two dogs. We designed and built an awesome southwest designed straw bale house with 2 garden courtyards on both sides of the house overlooking the big oak trees and hills of Texas. I have been working out of my home office/ greenhouse for the last 15 years. I love working remotely so I have a much smaller carbon footprint and peace of mind without all the driving and dealing with traffic.

I specialize in responsive design so that your website looks good and functions correctly in all browsers and mobile devices.  I always exceed any deadlines and work tirelessly on your behalf with attention to detail and functionality. I always make my clients happy. Well maybe once I didn’t in all these years.

When I take on a website project, I think of it much like growing my garden. As a master gardener, there is a lot of advance planning before a seed is even planted. Then after planting the seed, you have to nurture and take care of it into full blossom. That is what I do for a design project. Have a phone consult with you (planting the seed) to determine your needs and desires for your new website. Then design and build out a turnkey art form so that the site works for you and your clients needs as well.

I’m fast, skilled, knowledgeable, dependable, creative, affordable, and a good problem solver. I never miss a deadline. I’m always available and answer emails immediately. I make changes usually within the same day requested.

The beauty of hiring me is that I’m a designer who codes sites as well as a coder who designs. It’s rare to find that combined talent in a web developer, and that’s my biggest differentiator.

Web Strategy

Web design doesn’t have to be a big hassle for small businesses. With a little homework and a lot of constructive dialog, and the right designer, your business can achieve an impressive web presence. The following tips are key recommendations to improve your small business website design.

Client Service

A brilliant programmer who doesn’t return calls isn’t the right choice for a small business with limited time and resources. You’ll need someone who can communicate in an effective and timely manner. All the brilliant designs in the world won’t help your business unless they make it onto your website.

Technology

It’s important for designers to understand current trending technology. They should be able to educate you about what is currently available, what is hopelessly outdated and what is a standard-issue. A good designer will evaluate your expectations against the technology available and recommend the best tools for the job.

Good Workflow

While it’s important to create a strategy before the designer begins creation, maintaining a consistent workflow will ensure you reap the benefits of the design in a timely manner. Knowing where the project is, where it has been and where it’s going will save precious time from being wasted.