My name is Trevor but most people know me as Trippy Trev, I’m an independent webmaster (amongst other things), I live a simple life with my wife and daughter in an off-grid, clay, straw and timber studio built by hand in the sub-tropical paradise of Nimbin.
Let me start by telling you a little about me. I live a simple life with my wife and daughter in an off-grid, clay, straw and timber studio built by hand in the sub-tropical paradise of Nimbin.
I believe in
As an independent webmaster
I understand that most of my clients are experts in their field, I also understand that on top of their specific talents they also need to be proficient in so many other areas, from marketing to accounting, from administration to manufacturing, human resources, occupational health, tax, superannuation, (aargh)…
Then there is suppliers and staff, governments and customers, the need to keep up with the latest trends and developments in their industry and try to keep one step ahead of the competition. But now they also need to operate in the digital world to remain competitive. Their customers want to interact via a whole new range of technologies, they carry their competitors in their pockets and they are no longer constrained by geography and time zones.
Like most small businesses, unless you have your own IT department your choices are limited. You could learn at night and then do it all yourself, you could give the job to a staff member, or if your kids love playing on the computer maybe they would love to build a web-site. But remember, what ever you put on the Internet is a representation of your business. If I type your business name into Google and click on search what will I find? (Search Google)
Now ask yourself honestly, does your web-site do your business justice, is it professional, easy to navigate with up to date and relevant information. If you answered no, have look at some of my recent work. If you like what I do then send me your details and I’ll be in touch.
I like building websites,
It’s my artistic outlet.
Your screen is my canvas