We're not your typical agency. I specialize in helping new and small companies get a significant presence on the web. My philosophy is Focus, Function, and Form. FOCUS on the content that will allow your site to be easily found (in search engines) and read by the end-user. Your site must FUNCTION well on all devices, platforms, and browsers. Once I have the Focus and the Function, I can create a beautiful FORM that will excite the user and encourage positive interactions. I provide custom web design and full-service development. RoFe Design does not use cookie-cutter, one size fits all templates.
I have worked with companies as large as Merck, Sony Classic Pictures, and Motorola to small mom-and-pop companies. No project is too small, and all projects are tailored to fit my client's needs while adhering to their brand. RoFe Design can even help you define your brand if needed.
Our strategic, creative, and technical resources make us a one-stop-shop for your website and branding needs.
Over the past 20+ years, I have worked with multi-million dollar companies to mom and pop shops (I prefer the mom and pop), across multiple industries. I am referred to as Combo Burrito because I am both a designer and a developer. When I started you did either one or the other. I do both and I am damn good at them.
I graduated high school in 1989 and spent the next 10 years as a chef. I traveled the country and worked in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Texas, and California. I loved cooking but always wanted to do something with my God-given talent of art. At thirteen I attended the Moore College of Art summer classes that were open to all. From there I started airbrushing and lettering (boat transoms).
In 1999 I decided to go back to college and become a graphic designer. While attending classes at Bucks County Community College in Newtown Pennsylvania, I stumbled into web development. A substitute teacher walked into the room, handed us a piece of paper, and told us to open a text editor and type what was on the page. After 15 minutes we had all created our first web pages. I was hooked. I went home that night and created a website for my wife, me, and our menagerie of pets (11 at the time). The next semester I signed up for BCCC's Web Designer Certification.
During college, I secured an internship at Artspan.com. Artspan.com is a Facebook for artisans. While there I converted artist-submitted slides to digital format to be displayed on our custom-built pages. Working with Eric Sparre was so much fun and I learned a lot from him. To this day, I think of him every time I FTP a site. Thanks, Eric ;).