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What are Penny Pages?

Penny Pages is actually Penny Adair, operator of Penny Pages, a home-based business. Being a small-business owner, I understand the needs and concerns of organizations operating on a limited budget. My desire is to help non-profits and businesses take their place successfully on the world wide web. I am especially interested in designing sites for Equestrians, but will gladly lend my expertise to most businesses and organizations.

What can Penny Pages actually do for me and my company?

I pride myself on excellent customer service and making your life easier by assisting in whatever I can be helpful with. I will help my clients with registering domain names and selecting hosting companies. I am proficient in HTML, (Hyper-text Markup Language) which is the primary program language behind websites. I have some knowledge of DHTML, (Dynamic Hyper-text Markup Language) and Java scripts. I have a design style that allows me to create crisp, clear, high quality web and print graphics. I have fresh and creative ideas and work well with my clients to ensure their satisfaction.

How much will it cost?

This is probably the most common question. A better question might be, "How much would you like to spend?" Since there's never a single “best” solution, design can go on and on ... and on, just the the Energizer bunny. Often it's best to to put together a workable, livable budget for the project that allows for enough time to create a solution that meets the project criteria and goals.
My services are very affordable in comparison to others that offer the same quality of work. I've checked out other designers and usually find that my price quotes come in way under. However, the best way to tell, is to find this out on your own. Visit several companies, whose work that you like, and then call or email for a price quote. That's the only real way to decide!

Can we have this tomorrow?

Probably not. Unless it's a simple down and dirty job. Good design takes a reasonable amount of time to research the facts and explore the options. I do try my best to keep the project moving along and finish it up in a jiffy. A “jiffy,” by the way, is an actual unit of time for 1/100th of a second.
On the up side, I'm usually faster than most in turnaround. This is because I don't have a personal life. But heck, it's a small price to pay for keeping my clients happy. Now, I can work from 5:00 in the morning all the way until 11:00 at nightif needs be!

What were the last words spoken by Leonardo da Vinci?

"I have offended God and mankind because my work did not reach the quality it should have." Geez, some people are never satisfied.

 


 

Main Programs and tools I use to help me out...



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Adobe Photoshop

This is often stated to be the best all around image editing program ever. It can help you with any special effect you may need. You can clean up old photos, combine images into a collage, … what do you want? You get the picture.

* Adobe Illustrator
This a great program and with each new version it gets better and better. This is a vector based drawing program. Just love it!

* Macromedia Dreamweaver and Adobe Go-Live
These are two programs that create HTML and help put everything into a nice little website.

* Adobe Image Ready
This is a fun program that puts all the individual frames of an animated gif together.

* Macromedia Flash
I am catching on quickly to Flash. Although I have limited experience-building sites using this program, the possibilities are incredibly exciting.

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