Then we may be a fit for each other... I love building and designing beautiful and highly functional websites and web applications that help convert or streamline processes.
Using over 14+ years of experience has taught me that every client is different and deserves unique dedication to their details and needs. I would love to speak with you and see if I could help or assist in your web/application process.
UI (User Interface) is the visual and interactive design of a product; it's the way how users interact with the product. On the other hand, UX (User Experience) is the overall experience and satisfaction of the user with the product; it's the feeling users have when they interact with the product, which is influenced by UI and other factors such as performance, accessibility, and content. UI and UX play critical roles in digital product design and development, aiming to create easy-to-use, efficient and satisfying products.
Back-end web development is the process of building and designing the server side of web applications and websites. It involves the creation of server-side logic, database management, and integration of the front end with the back end. Back-end developers are responsible for creating and maintaining the web application's functionality, including server-side scripts. They use a variety of programming languages, such as Java, Python, Ruby, PHP, and C#, to create the back-end logic and database connections.
DNS (Domain Name System) is a system that translates domain names, such as www.example.com, into IP addresses that computers use to locate and connect to web servers.
SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is a security protocol that encrypts the data transmitted between a web server and a client, such as a web browser. It uses a public key infrastructure to establish a secure connection and prevent sensitive information, such as login credentials and financial data, from being intercepted by malicious actors.
APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) are a set of protocols, routines, and tools that allow different software systems to interact with one another. They provide a way for other applications to communicate and exchange data, enabling them to work together seamlessly. APIs are commonly used to connect different applications, such as web applications, mobile apps, or back-end systems. They can access data from external sources, such as social media platforms, weather services, payment systems, etc.