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Edwin Fallwell - Web Design & Art

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Maybe this means nothing at all or it's something that I do for fun. It's not the final project that matters, its what I make along the way. I wouldn't want this any other way. It's been fun working on projects and seeing the results that come from it, seeing my skill improve with this. I think that there is a kind of quick reward that comes from design and code. I like that it works, and stays working, requires nothing more than what is always at my fingertips, and can be done incrementally. Google is my textbook.

I want a page that updates often, and makes complete changes. I want a place to expierment, and too make all sorts of new things on. I guess thats what I should treat my homepage as, a place to mock up whatever it is I'm working on, or thinking about.

I make websites, and I'd like to make yours!

I want to make portfolios for artists. Figuring out the best way to present your work, and creating an engaging experience for anyone looking for your art. I got started doing design because I had grown disappointed with friends web presence, when I was trying to show some of the things that they were working on to other friends. And the portfolios I could find were so poorly laid out and presented, that it was a headache to look at them. So I decided that I could fix that!

In exchange, I want to work for trade or cash. I'm reasonable! Hosting is $5/mo, the fee scale for design work is flexible, we can talk.

I love to code creatively!

I feel really comfortable with the guts of webpages, namely PHP/HTML5, CSS, and JavaScript. These languages form much of the core of many webpages. I enjoy making sites that respond intuitively, and are full of surprises and secrets, without slowing anything down. Having an exciting presence that people want to stick around and look at for a while can make such a big impact on your project, often it's not hard to get people to your site, but it's hard getting them to stay.

I'm constantly expanding my working knowledge of code, I'm still learning. But would you really want someone who's learned everything they think they need to know, and now stuck in their way? Every job is a chance to teach myself new skills, anything I don't know yet, I'd love to learn!

Please hire me!

Your project deserves an awesome web presence, and, no matter what it is, I think that I can deliver something that you'll like.