Does your small business website look just like your competitor’s, or worse?
Most small businesses – especially new ones and those who offer services – have nearly identical websites. There’s no custom functionality and nothing that impresses visitors with the professionalism of the company. While there’s a ton of low-cost website solutions available for the entrepreneur these days, they all tend to give you a cookie-cutter website.
Have you been struggling to get your website to do and look exactly as you want it?
In today’s business landscape, outsourcing work that’s outside of your core focus just makes good sense. But even after you make the decision to get a web consultant, it can be tough – there’s many web contractors available, but a lot of them tend to disappear when things get difficult or they simply can’t fulfill the vision they signed up for. I know this well because I regularly do project rescues to clean up the messes such service providers leave behind.
Are you ready to have a consultant handle your small business website?
Peripheral Sight, LLC is your answer. This is a one-man show, not an agency with massive overhead. I’m a senior developer with well over a decade of experience and a continued, reliable service record with many of the same clients all the way back to 2008. Every day, I build out custom interfaces and functionality at low cost with a rapid turnaround.
You can have a unique, complex small business website with advanced functionality.
More About Matthew Catlett
I offer web consulting services to companies across the United States, with clients in New Jersey, New Mexico, and California. I started in the web industry all the way back in 2000, and have been a consultant since 2008. My favorite projects involve API integration and completely custom builds, but I’d love to help you with anything you need assistance with.
A father and husband in southern California, I’ve also been a blogger about spirituality since 2013. Feel free to check it out: programminglife.net.
There’s a fundamental difference between a web development provider and a web consultant. There comes a point when you need more than simple capability: you need experience and professionalism. Thats where I come in.
Peripheral Sight, LLC establishes new businesses online and supports small businesses.
I like to think of myself as the guy that gets startups from their initial vision to the point that they need to have in-house web staff. Some clients never outgrow me because their operations never need more support than I can provide, though, so I have some clients that have been with me for years and years. Either way, I provide expert, experienced web development for companies who don’t need a full-time web developer on-staff.
I currently serve clients in the healthcare and financial industries, provide code monkey support to several web designers, and maintain a wide variety of companies’ web presences.
At 5-E I oversaw the daily operations of the web services sector while contributing to the fulfillment of those services. Daily tasks included creating/updating new and exciting online applications, managing diverse and client-specific teams to lead projects to completion, and providing technical guidance to clients, affiliates, and team members.
At Tier1, I oversaw, greatly revamped, and extended a large and diverse codebase. Most significantly, I integrated disparate systems to present unified solutions on behalf of the company's clients. I still maintain some of these systems today.
During this time, I acted mostly as a programmer-for-hire, participating in coordination with other contractors to create online systems and websites for clients.
At this web design & development company, I collaborated with designers and other web developers to create and maintain websites for clients.
Graduated cum laude in 2002.