Hired 3 times
14 years in business
(Eastern Time Zone)
Mon - Fri
7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Fast, efficient, good communication, job completed without problems or drama.Jun 16, 2016Verified
Adrienne was a superstar in fixing a security breach on my client's WP site. She quickly found the issues, fixed them, and performed a number of enhancements to the site's security. Clear communicator. Looking forward to working with her again.Jun 10, 2016Verified
I have had nothing but a great experience with Adrienne. If she doesn't have a ready solution, she will stay on the problem until she finds one. Her experience in programming and webhosting is indispensible to my project. It's hard to put a price on peace of mind.Feb 29, 2016
If you have tried the rest and looking or the best, you found it. I have been using her services for a couple of years now, she is my "Guru". I use her services for website development, SEO and web hosting. Everybody loves my webpage and I get lots of calls from her work. I can't say enough about the excellent work she does.Feb 23, 2016
We have been working with Adrienne Palmiere for three years and are thrilled with the results! Adrienne is smart, responsive and easy to work with. Shes on top of current technologies, and regularly offers up recommendations and explanations that help us make a better product. I have worked with a number of programmers and IT folks over the years, and appreciate most how Adrienne communicates in a straight-forward manner so not only do I understand what shes talking about, but I can convey the same information to my clients.Feb 3, 2016
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?I bill both by the hour and flat rate for projects when a details project spec is provided up front. If changes are made during the development process, I require written approval before moving forward. When debugging code problems, I only bill by the hour as it is nearly impossible to put an estimate in time finding a bug.
- What types of customers have you worked with?I get hired for website development to complete a specific project, not full time or part time employment. Because of this I work for small companies that do not have the need for a dedicated web developer in house. These are my typical customers: - small business owners for new website development - small business owners that need website support and development on an existing website - "white label" support for graphic designers, web designers and small marketing companies that need programming support. - individuals that are building start up businesses on the Internet.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Thoroughly think through your project requirements and detail it out in writing. before contacting a web developer. This helps both you and I. It helps me by having a clear understanding of what is expected and it helps you by forcing you to think of what you really need. It helps the overall project go smoothly because we both know up front what the project requirements are. I want you to be happy with the end product. If you don't know "until you see it", then you don't quite know what you want. This leads to delays in project deadlines and added project costs when re-coding needs to be done. The more changes made while in development, the more opportunity for bugs to arise.