I recently hired Kenneth of Salt Spring Design to build a website for me. It was a pleasure working with him. Not only is he incredibly talented…both technically and visually, but his creative input resulted in a site that I am very pleased with.
Thanks very much Kenneth, it was great working with you.
••••• Working with Kenneth was a sheer pleasure. He is responsive, patient and very knowledgeable. I love my new website (www.janedl.com) and am getting more positive feedback and response than I ever imagined. Kenneth has a very fine sense of design and artistry along with an incredible mastery of web design, technical know-how, photoshop expertise, SEO workings and good people interface. He really took the time needed to shape the site to my sensibilities while steering it into a functional design with all of the bells and whistles needed. He also was generous in teaching me how to navigate the back-end myself and educating me on very important issues in web design. The design was fast and kept ahead of my generation of content. Everything was delivered on-time. Also, his fees are reasonable and so puts in reach an extremely high quality website for many of us who cannot afford so-called high end designers (who could not do anything more than Salt Spring Design). I highly recommend Salt Spring Web Design whole heartedly!
My professional experience with Kenneth was one of working with a true artist. Words that come to my mind to describe his approach to our work together are passionate, poetic, imaginative, creative, inventive, innovative, perceptive, intuitive, resourceful… Kenneth has an eye for detail and a vision of the whole. He is extremely precise and generous in his explanations, and very gifted at explaining the inner workings of a website, something he did for me in a particularly inspirational and precise way. I am very grateful to have had the opportunity to work with Kenneth. It was a true learning experience, and the solid foundations that he has helped me lay for my websites are giving me wings. » THANK YOU, Naomi