I have not always been a traditional web developer; I have built and sold websites, but I generally build a website, grow the brand, grow an audience then sell the website as a package.

Recently, I have started utilizing my knowledge of HTML, CSS and Javascript to take off-the-shelf designs and modifying them to create stunning bespoke websites for clients.

I am keen to continue developing my portfolio and as a result, I am very competitively priced.  You will still receive an exceptional website that matches the agreed brief, but you’ll save money in the process.  That’s a win!

Current Projects:

JohnSantina.com

Let’s start with where we are, shall we?  This is my personal portfolio website for all of my projects.

The layout is fully responsive; this is how it appears on various devices:

 

GrownGaming.com

GrownGaming is a video game website that currently has an audience of between 45K and 65K pageviews a month.  It has a team of dedicated writers who regularly post fresh content and takes advantage of a number of premium plugins to create a great user experience.

GrownGaming is on its third design.  The current design is below (click the image to see the live site):

The layout is fully responsive; this is how it appears on various devices:

Previous Projects:

YouNeedTheseBeats.com

YouNeedTheseBeats was a music store that was used to sell rap, hip-hop and R&B instrumentals.  It has a fully functional store.

It went through 5 full redesigns before reaching its final design.  The last design is below (click the image to see the live site):

The layout is fully responsive; this is how it appears on various devices:

TagYourBeats.com

TagYourBeats was a website offering a beat, instrumental and soundtrack security service in collaboration with a team of voice actors and actresses.  It has a fully functional store and used a less-enhanced version of the design utilized for YouNeedtheseBeats.com (above).

It went through 5 full redesigns during its 5-year life before reaching its final design.  The last design is below (click the image to see the live site):

The layout is fully responsive; this is how it appears on various devices: