About Ric Glass
Doggy-Daddy • WordPress Developer • Bass Player • Home Builder
Every small business and new business deserves an impressive, effective, and affordable web presence in order to help “level the playing field” in a competitive market.
I have always believed in offering honest work and unmatched service for a fair price. Whether I was building a home, working as a musician, or designing websites, my goal has always been to give my clients the best possible value for the investment in their projects.
The internet is a wonderful medium. With a modest budget, and a little hard work and patience, a small business can put forth as good a first impression as the big guys can. The rest is up to you.
I’m here to help. I promise you the best service you can get anywhere. Let’s get started!
I began tinkering with HTML and CSS back in 1998, and began teaching myself how to build simple, static websites for myself and several friends who owned small businesses.
I progressed through table-based, fixed-width pages to multi-column frameworks such as Blueprint and Bootstrap. From early 800×600 displays and 256 “web-safe” colors to full HD monitors displaying 16 million+ colors. From Netscape, Internet Explorer, and AOL to dozens of browser choices.
In 2009 I discovered WordPress, and was impressed by how quickly I could build a custom site, add features and functions, and turn it over to a client who could then manage his own content.
WordPress and I have come a long way since then. It has become a platform that is fully mobile-friendly, SEO-friendly, and today powers about 30% of the entire web.
I have been in business for myself in one form or another since 1981.
I have been fortunate to have turned a few of my passions into my livelihood. From performing music and songwriting, to building custom wood homes, and graphic design, I have always felt a need to really enjoy what I do for a living.
I now share a small studio/office in West Palm Beach with three crazy Vizslas (Wrigley, Rosie, and Rudy), who don’t let me sit still for too long.
I’m thankful that I no longer commute, and I can work from almost anywhere. I answer the phone and emails, and I do all of my own work. I have developed great client relationships from Florida to New York and California, many of whom I have never met. Most are small businesses without a marketing staff. They depend upon me to be there seven days a week if necessary. I’m here. I love my work. Let’s get started!