I have just launched The Rust Belt Ramblers website. Introducing the "Rust Belt Special" for musicians.
I should have posted this earlier, but Camp Del-Ja-Ri is back online!
You may have noticed that Camp Del-Ja-Ri's website is down. It should return shortly with a new domain.
I've been working on the Camp Del-Ja-Ri website for quite a while whenever I got a free moment, and I finally got it launched. This is a soft launch, so expect many updates.
Palos Hills Web Designer
I'm Andrew Boyce. I am a Web Designer (technically a Creative Director) and Developer for a custom software consulting company in the Southwest Suburbs of Chicago (South Side!). I have my BFA from the Illinois Institute of Art - Chicago, and I plan on going back to school for a dual master's (MACS/MBA) when I get the chance.
I live in the Southwest Suburbs of Chicago as well. I play guitar in a punk band called Behold! We are currently recording our long-awaited album, and we plan on releasing it hopefully in mid spring.
I started teaching myself CSS after reading Jeffrey Zeldman's book "Designing With Web Standards" when I first started getting into Web Design. I don't think that I have done a table-based layout since. In fact, I don't think that I could do one if I tried. I just have no experiance with that sort of thing and it would probably frustrate me to no end, but I've come to the conclusion that that's probably why I am as good as I am with CSS.
I started developing websites in CMS about three years ago. At the time I start I did not know about the wealth of open source solutions that I had available to me. I have now worked with so many systems that I can evalutate your needs and help you choose the best system to meet those needs. Sometimes there isn't a system that will meet your needs, in which case I am prepared to build a system specifically for your needs.
I believe in putting all of the sites into a CMS. I don't feel that you should have to wait for a developer or webmaster to get your site's content, and your clients, up-to-date. Ask me how to get started.
Mystery Street Recording Company is a client and a friend of mine. They recently had a fire in their control room and were closed for quite a while. They are now back open and ready for business. They have all new equipment and are completely re-modeled. The new studio is beautiful and ready to record you. Stop by thier site and book a session today!