University Web Developers

University Web Developers

Freelance web design recommendations (small projects)

Hey everyone!

Do any of you know of any small web development companies and/or freelancers who you would rave about...recommending them for other projects?

I've got three nagging issues with a site re-design that I've been trying (and failing) to resolve for weeks now on my own (responsive menus, some problems with Google mashups in a touch/tap mobile environment, and a bit of light CSS work that has me stumped), and I could use some help from someone with a higher web development "pay grade" than me.  :-)

Just looking for a few names of people who might be looking to make a little money.  Who knows?  It might be something that a person who knows what they are doing could resolve in a couple of hours!  But I could sure use some help.  So if anyone knows of a great person/company who might fit the bill, I'd love to hear from you!

Thanks.

Derek

Views: 266

Reply to This

Replies to This Discussion

What CMS are you using, if any?

That may make the difference on who one could recommend.

Hi Norma!

No CMS...all home-grown HTML/CSS/JS code.  If that helps.  Thanks!

Hi Derek!

First of all, apologies for taking so long to respond! Secondly, I am not your web developer for such an issue, but if you can find someone to pick their brain and use as a sounding board, it may be all you need.  In the past, when I have had a difficult programming issue, all I needed to do was to ask someone and talk about the problem.  One or two quick suggestions and I was off and running.

I am mostly a Joomla developer and work with SharePoint at work, but I hear you about responsive design and css work.  It can be frustrating to find the issue!

Best of luck!

Hi Derek,

We can help you! I'll in box you all my info so we can connect and set up some time to talk.

Annette

This raises an interesting thought... If the work can be packaged up as specific problems that have a current broken state and a well-defined desired success state, they might be a good fit for a freelancer outsourcing web site.

Outsourcing online can certainly raise ethical issues, and probably will not generally build strong relationships with an individual coder or shop, but might be a very good way to solve a specific coding issue. Has anyone used sites like https://www.elance.com/ or http://www.psd2html.com/ in this way? If so what have your results been?

RSS

Elsewhere

Latest Activity

Colleen Brennan-Barry posted a discussion

HighEdWeb 2017 Early-Bird Pricing available through July 31

It’s the last week get HighEdWeb 2017 early-bird registration pricing! When you register for the Annual Conference by the end of Monday, July 31, you save $100 — and who doesn’t love that?!Register by July 31 to save $100…See More
yesterday
Lauren Zakich commented on Lynn Zawie's group OmniUpdate
"Upcoming webcast: Join Angela Cavaliere from Montgomery County Community College as she demonstrates how to perform user testing to improve overall web experience. Register today!"
Jul 12
Michael E Matzkin joined Mark Greenfield's group
Thumbnail

WordPress

This group is for all those using WordPress as both a blogging platform and as a CMS
Jul 10
Dan Bashaw commented on Mark Greenfield's group WordPress
"Hi Samuel – WordPress will be a good choice for this kind of project. Can you let us know more about what features you are thinking of adding? It seems to me that a combination of a WordPress site and tightly integrated social media channels…"
Jun 29
Samuel Omotoso commented on Mark Greenfield's group WordPress
"I am just joining this platform and i started using wordpress lately. My interest is building and interactive alumni and membership site for my university. Any willing to help out?"
Jun 29
Samuel Omotoso joined Mark Greenfield's group
Thumbnail

WordPress

This group is for all those using WordPress as both a blogging platform and as a CMS
Jun 29
Samuel Omotoso is now a member of University Web Developers
Jun 28
Lauren Zakich commented on Lynn Zawie's group OmniUpdate
"Functionality of your website should be your foundation, but design is an important next step. See how design enhances your site in part two of this series. "
Jun 26
David Luhr posted a discussion

Digital Content Manager at Westminster College

Westminster College in Salt Lake City, UT is looking for a talented Digital Content Manager. Join our Agile web team and manage content for our high-traffic website, which recently won Sitefinity's Website of the Year 2016 award.View the full job description and apply today: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/westminstercollege/jobs/1767574/digital-content-managerSee More
Jun 15
Lauren Zakich commented on Lynn Zawie's group OmniUpdate
"Implementing a content governance plan, complete with workflows and approvals, is essential when building a digital strategy for your site. Register for our upcoming webcast with Stamats to learn best practices for content governance. "
Jun 15
Lauren Zakich commented on Lynn Zawie's group OmniUpdate
"Web accessibility is an important aspect of any website. But where do you start when it comes to making your higher ed site accessible? Read on to see how easy it is to begin. "
Jun 14
Lauren Zakich commented on Lynn Zawie's group OmniUpdate
"Using redirects on your site when change occurs can help with SEO. Find out more about how to handle reorganization and redirection in our latest blog post. "
Jun 1
Johnathan F Kelly is now a member of University Web Developers
Jun 1
Debbie joined Mark Greenfield's group
Thumbnail

WordPress

This group is for all those using WordPress as both a blogging platform and as a CMS
Jun 1
Debbie joined Mark Greenfield's group
Thumbnail

Accessibility

This group is for all those interested in Web Accessibility.See More
Jun 1
Debbie joined Mark Greenfield's group
Jun 1
Lauren Zakich commented on Lynn Zawie's group OmniUpdate
"Change is inevitable, and you want to make sure your content is still consistent after you reorganize your site. Check out the importance of using dependency tags in OU Campus to make sure both your site visitors and search engines can still find…"
May 25
Allison Howard is now a member of University Web Developers
May 19
Lauren Zakich commented on Lynn Zawie's group OmniUpdate
"Planning a dream kitchen is like redesigning a website. It's easy to change the colors, but if the content doesn't provide what users need, your site visitors will not find value. So where do you start?"
May 12
Lauren Zakich commented on Lynn Zawie's group OmniUpdate
"When thinking about valuable content for your higher ed site, try testimonials and quotes to attract prospective students. Download the latest E-Expectations report today. "
May 11

UWEBD has been in existence for more than 10 years and is the very best email discussion list on the Internet, in any industry, on any topic

About

© 2017   Created by Mark Greenfield.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service