about me

I’m Jen, Jen at Jentech.

I have been in business making people look better online for almost 10 years. My path is opposite many web developer/ designers because I grew from designer to marketeer to developer, not the other way around. Starting as a designer helps me approach each new project considering the look and feel along with the overall functionality of a website, the design is not an afterthought and definitely shouldn’t take a back seat to function.  My previous career in marketing helped broaden my perspective, as a marketeer for vastly different markets: an international luxury brand as well as a leading fortune 500 scientific company. This breadth of experiences has helped me look at each new business I work with and consider their target market and business goals, and how to best convey their business through imagery and navigation.

After many years in design and marketing, I began designing and developing websites found myself addicted. Which is a good thing because the world of web is constantly changing, like fashion, there are cool contemporary styles that can make a business look now and in-the-know, and there are old styles that can negatively affect your clients impressions of your professional entity. I’m not the only one who knows the difference, but I am the one who can take you from there to here.

From the start I was determined to make sure my clients receive the best communication possible, current designs, and not to nickle-and-dime anyone out of some basic elements of a website that should be included in a professionally designed site.

What should your new website include as a basic element? Lots of things:

  • contact forms (or else whats the point?)
  • basic banners that move (its very easy to make some words appear and banner images rotate these days)
  • blogs (they come standard with every wordpress site)
  • easy maintenance (you can do it yourself – but I’m available if you need help)
  • embedded google maps
  • responsive design (your site should change just slightly to make reading on a tablet or smart phone easier)

What kinds of items are extra?

  • eCommerce
  • private content area with paid subscription or limited access
  • custom database for a special application
  • custom news feed to post
  • facebook styling (to look like your new website design)
  • calendar and event registration
  • etc.

How do we start? Contact me and lets take a look at what you have.

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Let me know what you need, your current site address if you have one, and how you heard about me. I’m excited to help your business look great!

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