Why should you let me help?

You should let me help because I want to help you. I need to solve problems the way I need oxygen to breathe -- and at its root, all programming and design are built on a problem that needs to be solved.

When we are working together on a project, I will take whatever time is necessary to make sure that we're on the same page, that you understand every aspect of the process, and that you're happy with the results. I don't charge extra for meeting time or revisions: It's not a solution if it doesn't fit your need closely or if you aren't sure what to do with it.

I have given seminars and worked individually with others to teach most aspects of design and user experience. I am comfortable talking about it on whatever level of tech-savvy you are, whether you don't know a file from a floppy or you're a fellow designer or programmer looking for help with a project that was too big or that extended beyond your own and into my skillset.

But most importantly, you should let me help because when I'm working with you, I'm focused on what solution works best for you. It's about your problem, not my portfolio. One of my strengths is my ability to adapt my style to match whatever suits your project -- I'm more concerned with giving you the tools you need than I am with some committee looking at the site and going "Yep, that's another Odenkirk design!"

Take a look at my resume, at the recommendations on my LinkedIn profile and at the work in my portfolio. When you're ready to talk to me about your project or to request a quote, drop me an email at .