About this pro
9 years in business
1 hire on Thumbtack
I contracted with Mike a few years back on an E-commerce build. I couldn't have been happier with my choice. Not often do you find someone with a great balance of relationship skills coupled with technical acumen. Mike is a relationship that I will keep for as long as I can because he is always quick to respond and help, he provides best solutions and realistic solutions and I will continue to do business and refer Mike to anyone who is thinking about hiring Mike!Jun 3, 2014
Great experience working with Mike. I hired him to edit some PHP code on my WordPress site. He set up an online meeting, and worked remotely on my computer. Mike is very professional and knowledgeable.Apr 4, 2014Verified
Mike Doubintchik is great to work with. Whether programming or designing, he's quick, efficient, and can give creative input that's on the money. I've done half dozen projects with him over the last 4 years, and they have always exceeded my expectations. One of them is this website: www.bluephoenixwellness.comApr 1, 2014
Extremely reliable, always on line ready to support youMar 31, 2014
I have worked (and continue to work) with Mike on several projects over the past 6 years and cannot identify a more knowledgeable, hard working, creative, reasonable, trustworthy man in the web development/ management space. I highly recommend Mike Doubintchik.Mar 31, 2014
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- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?My advice is two-fold. First, think about what you need thoroughly. Write down and organize all your thoughts into a complete list of requirements, while always keeping the goal in mind. Second, remember that "you get what you pay for." This doesn't mean that the more someone's services cost, the better they are. But it's important to consider that if your project requires quality and thoughtfulness, that it takes time for the service provider deliver the best results.
- What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?I wish that my clients knew how much effort really goes into producing a quality product. It is easy to just put some code inside a file and put it online, but that doesn't make the end product something amazing. I'm always striving for amazing. Which means doing my due diligence in understanding a client's needs, doing the work cleanly and efficiently, and anticipating the client's future. Doing work the right way that will save the client headaches in future takes time, energy, and a deep understanding of the industry.