I have been with Advice Interactive since December of 2010 am currently technical lead and project manager. I attended the University of North Texas and then transferred to Brigham Young University to complete my bachelor's degree. Though raised on C# and the .NET framework, I shifted to the LAMP stack early on and have never looked back. In addition to keeping projects on track, I make sure the servers are running and do my best to keep Advice's development team on the cutting edge of design and development. In my free time, I love to game, buy way too much music, and spend time with my wife and two children.

Cyclist at Law Website Redesign

The Cyclist at Law website redesign was a great opportunity to create a modern and mobile-responsive twist on its existing theme. Ideally we wanted to personalize the “Cyclist at Law” brand by…

Website Launch: Professional Doors and Windows

Advice Interactive recently undertook a massive site redesign of Professional Doors and Windows, a garage door and window company in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Before the Professional Doors and Windows Website Redesign Mirror,…

Blooms Landcare Increased Their Curb Appeal – Website Redesign

As a landscaping company, Blooms Landcare needed a more vibrant and mobile-responsive site to attract its target audience. Before The Blooms Landcare Website Redesign Mobile Responsive Website Design Mobile responsiveness is more…

How Refreshing: Durham Law Firm Redesign

Recently we launched a redesign for the Todd Durham Law Firm website. We aimed to simplify the site’s overall design, as well as make it much more mobile-friendly. With Google’s recent update,…

Web Form Spam Protection

The Fight Against Web Form Spam In the early days of Advice, one of the most common trouble tickets we would receive went something like this: “Hi Support, I’m receiving hundreds of…

Keeping Control of Your Domain Name

Be a Master of Your Own Domain A good domain name is a critical business asset. Like the keys to your office door or access to your bank account, you need to…