October 21st, 2012
To: All my past clients
To all those I’ve worked with,
After 5 years creating websites on a freelance basis for all kinds of businesses, I am now excited to be putting my experience to good use at Peytz & Co.
I want to thank you all so much for working with me. You made it all worthwhile and it’s been great, but now it’s time for me to try something new.
All the best,
goAgile asked me to rework their old site from scratch with WordPress. I took on the whole project, including design and build.
I was hired by LqD to take provided designs and bring them to life with WordPress. First I built the WordPress theme. Then I optimised the design to work well on any device.
Peter Soanes asked me to create a simple, friendly and trustable site for promoting his car buyer services.
This is my take on improving freelance productivity and work-life balance by avoiding burnout, using work and leisure modes and experimenting with productivity techniques.
Here’s a little insight into the desktop apps I use most frequently in my work and why.
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