Jason has been developing websites and software professionally for 10 years. He has programmed for a major web-based retailer, software and design agencies
SiteHatchery was recommended to us by one of our local print vendors Creative Composition. We liked the user friendly aspect and clean design of the Creative Composition site and Duckback was in need of a complete website overhaul.
March 2012 marks the addition of a new Administrative Assistant/Quality Assurance Technician, Kim Ketner. She will be another attentive point of contact providing conscientious and caring customer service that stems from personal integrity and years of experience in fields ranging from guitar stores to doctor’s offices.
2011 has been a fun and exciting year for us here at the SiteHatchery office. This year we brought on three new employees, worked simultaneously on web development projects, and are ending the year doing perhaps the most exciting website we’ve done as a company thus far.
Until 5 months ago, we were doing business out of various coffee shops in our city. In the beginning, it was a fantastic way to save overhead expense – no Internet, rent or power bill. My grand vision was to have a large and lean virtual company made up of SiteHatchery employees networked all over California, working out of coffee shops. The perk? Free coffee and treats.