Hi. It’s nice to meet you. I've always loved being creative. I feel blessed to help businesses and non-profits introduce themselves, their organization, products and services by designing and building their websites.
A website is your 24/7 business card on the internet, but it’s much more than that. Your website is a reflection of your story, your non-profit, or your business. It can be a classic design, a straight forward display or any design that represents the uniqueness of you.
Dimensions Web Design strives to build a website that encompasses your vision. I work with you to help define and create an online presence that speaks to your customers and reflects your organization.
Whether you need a first website, a new website or just need to update/tweak your current website, I will work with you to ensure your website reflects you and your organization.
I am an adoptive mom to two wonderful children. In 2009, I started looking for a creative outlet after our daughter began pre-K. I went online, borrowed some books from the library, taught myself some coding and built my first website. It was a pretty basic site . . . but putting some code on a page and having it display on the internet – well, that was magical. So I built another website, and then another and it grew from there.
Fast forward a few more years, I run my own business building and maintaining websites for businesses and non-profits. I became a member of the International Webmasters Association, the HTML Writer’s Guild, Business Networking International (BNI), and Kennebec Valley Chamber of Commerce. My continuing education is accomplished through online classes and some terrific mentors.
As an adopted mom, I understand the need to care for those children who are waiting for a family. A portion of all new website sales is donated to international organizations that support orphans and maternal health. Primarily, I work with Love Without Boundaries to help orphaned children. To date, Dimensions Web Design has helped:
Contributed to the cost of surgery for: