Hi! I'm Joey Heflich - a freelance front-end developer.
I help small companies and organizations build websites that are usable, useful, responsive and easy to update. From the feedback I get from you and your team to the information we learn about your users, it's all about us making something that satisfies your wants and your audience's needs.
I can help you set goals, plan content updates and improve how you interact with your users, all the way from our first meeting to the project's completion. And no matter how complicated things get, it will always be important to me that your users can find what they need quickly and easily, and that your new intern can post a photo gallery and check on your site's stats while on the way to the afternoon meeting.
How I Do What I Do
What I'm Learning
React, ES6, Laravel
Want to Work Together?
Send me an e-mail.
Youth Outlook needed a redesign to made their site easier to use, both for their staff and the community they support. I worked with them to streamline their content, simplify their posting process and create a custom Wordpress theme that could better convey their organization's message.View Website Learn More
Erin DeMoss Creative
From design to deployment in two weeks, I was able to work with Erin to quickly transform her ideas and .PSDs into a custom Wordpress theme that we can build on as her business changes and grows. Now, she can e-mail me whenever she has a new idea, and the changes will be made by end-of-day.View Website Learn More
King Bone Press
Over the years, I've worked with King Bone Press to create websites that screamed indie comics out onto the Internet. Their most recent update was the biggest yet - a complete content and site overhaul that'll help the company's fans get the newest books under their art-loving fingers.View Website Learn More
Rob wanted a website that was capable of showcasing his art, without overshadowing it, but also insisted that it couldn't look like the same Bootstrap template everyone else used. In response, I designed and developed a site that was colorful and unique like him, while also being minimalist like me.View Website Learn More
A Little About Me
I'm a (lanky) nerd that's been making stuff on the web ever since I coded my first Geocities site. After a few post-college years of writing articles and doing the content creation thing, I went to doing web development full-time, because I wanted to help others create sites, experiences and communities that improved things for users like you. On a hourly basis, it might all look like code to anyone else, but to me, it's my way of providing help and maybe a sense of belonging for somebody, somewhere. And that's a great reason for me to plop down in front of my laptop every morning.
But when I'm away from work, I'm either reading, biking, podcasting, gaming or sipping an overpriced beer at a concert.