Freelance Web Designer and Developer Serving the Atlanta Area
My name is Theresa Thomson, and I’m a freelance web designer and developer located in Roswell, Georgia. I provide web design services for businesses in Alpharetta, Roswell, and the metro Atlanta area, but I also work with clients in other areas of the country.
If your business is located in the Atlanta area, I would love to meet with you to discuss the goals and objectives for your website. Face-to-face interaction leads to more communicative and trusting business relationships, and my clients have the advantage of an accessible web designer they can count on for ongoing work.
My custom-crafted WordPress websites are designed to uniquely fit the needs of your business. Your website will be mobile responsive, secure, and optimized for the search engines.
Prior to my freelance web design business, I worked for over 20 years in software design and development for prominent high-tech companies including AT&T and Merck & Company. I was also employed as a business analyst in an information technology (IT) department at a multi-campus college. In this role, I developed business requirements for the college’s online student management system and performed technical training.
I have always loved working in the field of technology and have done so for my entire career. Over the years, I have acquired experience designing and developing software, writing business requirements, performing technical training, and managing relationships with external technology partners.
My Transition to WordPress Web Design
While working in the corporate world, I had a few opportunities to do pro bono websites for some groups at my local church. These experiences sparked my interest in web design and eventually led to the formation of Thomson Web Services, my freelance web design business. I love the creative aspect of website design, and I enjoy creating an online presence that helps my clients look great online.
I started out using the Joomla Content Management System (CMS) for my client websites but later switched to the WordPress CMS. I’m strictly a freelance WordPress web designer now, and I’m thrilled I made the switch. WordPress is used by over 33% of the Web, and it can be extended with over 54,000 plugins that can be “plugged” into a website for specialized functionality. This means your business can start out with a basic website and it can grow over time with new features as your business grows.