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I'm Mohamed Nasr

Hybrid web developer & web designer

I'm a web developer, enthusiastic about building front-end web using React.js, SASS, CSS, also skilled at WordPress, Ruby on Rails, and Node.


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Professionalism

When hiring a professional designer, not only should they know how to create a beautiful image, but also how to give you the image that’s effective for your business and industry. A skilled designer should know the importance of marketing as well as creativity. An effective website should be unique, easy on the eyes, have easy navigation, load efficiently, and work properly with all of the major Internet browsers.

Preserve Time

Hiring a professional web designer instead of building a website yourself will save you a lot of valuable time, energy, and frustration. There is a large spectrum of skills that are necessary to make effective websites and there are many aspects to web development far beyond learning the basics such as HTML. A professional web designer is not only skilled in design but also remains in-the-loop in several important areas including marketing, communication, HTML, CSS, photo optimization, search engine optimization, JavaScript, and possibly several other languages like Flash, PHP, and others..

Uniqueness / Customization

How are you going to make your website stand out? There are millions of websites on the Internet. As of 2013 there were close to a billion. Purchasing a nice template may seem like an easy, cost-efficient solution, but you risk having your website look like several others. Also, many custom features that you may need for your website such as contact forms, galleries, forums, and other special scripts are simply not available with pre-made templates. If you have a website built with a pre-made template and in the future you want to expand it, chances are you will have to rebuild the whole site to include the custom features that you need.

The Power of Search Engine Optimization

One of the most important factors of a website is its presence in the search engines. It is useless to have a great website if it does not show up among search engine results. A high search engine ranking is important not only because it is free, but it is usually the number one way potential customers will find you on the Internet. A professional web designer knows how to develop your website in a way that search engines can easily read and rank your page. This is known as search engine-friendly. The result would be a decent ranking in the search engine listing. This is the most effective and legal way to insure top rankings for your website.

Get Matched to the Best Candidate

Hire for DNA first, then work experience.

When I hire web developers, their personal DNA is the most important consideration. While experience is important, the bigger predictor of success is someone's innate DNA and how it fits your company. Are drive, determination, persistence, curiosity, important to you culture? Or, are you more low-key and relaxed about time management and deadlines? Whatever characteristics make up your culture, you want to ensure that the web developer will fit in. For example, a brilliant web developer who has worked at a large financial institution may not do well at a startup. Why? A startup typically requires traits like versatility, adaptability, risk-taking and a self-starter personality, but these may be less important at a large company.

Try out a new developer with a small project first.

Although you might think you've identified your ideal candidate, just to be sure you should give him or her a small, non-critical project. That can let you observe the person in action and provide additional information beyond the job interview. You can see how efficient the candidate is in delivering products and how buggy the final product is. Did he or she go above and beyond to get the product delivered? How creative was the solution? How well did he or she work in a team and communicate problems and delays

Pick a developer with aptitude, not a particular skill set

In the tech space, skills become obsolete every two years, give or take. So, it's better to hire a web developer who can learn new technologies easily rather than someone who knows a specific technology now but may not adapt when a new one comes along. The easiest way to detect whether someone will adapt well to change is to ask questions that will reveal whether a Web developer has a love for learning. For example: What new programming languages did you learn recently? What are your go-to places for learning new tech tips and tricks? What are your favorite technology conferences?

Don't ask trivia questions about programming.

These are examples of trivia questions you want to avoid asking when interviewing web developers: Who is the primary creator of the Java programming language? In what year was PHP released? What is the origin of the Python scripting language's name? While such information may seem useful, trivia questions are often a terrible way to determine if someone is smart. They just single out people who can memorize things. As a rule of thumb when I conduct technical interviews, I never ask questions that can be easily searched for and found online. Instead, I focus on open-ended questions and listen. What I look for is how much passion candidates show in their answers and how well they communicate and explain tech terms. Some examples of open-ended questions: How do you manage conflicts in a web application when different people are editing the same data? Which design patterns have you used, and in what situations? Can you name any differences between object-oriented design and component-based design?

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designing

I can help you engage more visitors in your website by respecting your designer’s compositions to fulfill your expectations, and your customers/clients expectations. I believe that web design is just as important as development because with a great design you will be, allowing your website to become successful and meet the goals you are striving for. I ensure that your website is responsive, meaning it is compatible with any device.

development

When you're happy with the designs,I'll create your project using the most suitable technology. I hand-code using Responsive HTML5, CSS, jQuery, Flash (AS2&3)
and PHP - Angularjs, Nodejs,MongoDb. I'm also a big advocate of responsive design - that's catering for people viewing your site on smartphones and tablets. You'll then be given a test link to your project, where we can make any final tweaks.

marketing

I'm experienced in google Adwords and (SEO) for that when creating websites, I keep search engine optimisation (SEO) in mind. I carry out standard on-page SEO practices on every page of every website I create, allowing your site to rank higher in search engine results. I can help you run a successful advertising campaign using Google Adwords, and I also use online tools to create targeted email campaigns that are relevant to your customers.

great support

For me i think that the best way to have a clear understanding of my clients needs and vision of the project is to speak with them Throughout the project. I am always looking to work with interesting companies and creative agencies, so if you need a good quality, reliable web presence, as well as a friendly and experienced development partner, drop me a line. Email me at webnasr@gmail.com and we'll get the ball rolling

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Simple, Informational, Business Website (no E-commerce, marketing-focus)

These types of websites are among the simplest in our repertoire and typically include the following specifications: Client provides logo and text content and possibly some photos Website consists of approximately 4-6 pages Other features we can include: Social Media links and feeds Blog Email newsletter signup Other minor features: calendar, gallery, slideshow, etc. Cost: $7,000 – $10,000

Mid-size, Informational, Business Website (no E-commerce, marketing-focus)

These types of websites are primarily informational and have all the components of the simple website option above but with additional sub-pages and options. These websites typically include following specifications: Client provides logo and text content and possibly some photos Website consists of approximately 10-20 pages Other features we can include: Social Media links and feeds Blog Email newsletter signup Other minor features: Calendar, gallery, slideshow, etc. Cost: $11,000 – $20,000

Simple, E-commerce, Business Website

These types of websites typically include the following specifications: Client provides logo and text content, product info and photos Website consists of approximately 4-6 pages Website has a shopping cart with 1-100 products Other features we can include: Social Media links and feeds Blog Email newsletter signup Other minor features: Calendar, gallery, slideshow, etc. Cost: $8,000 – $15,000

Mid-size, E-Commerce Website:

These types of websites include all the components of the simple E-commerce website option above, but with additional sub-pages and options. These websites typically include the following specifications: Client provides logo and text content, product info and photos Website consists of approximately 10-20 pages Website has a shopping cart with 100 – 500 products Other features we can include: Social Media links and feeds Blog Email newsletter signup Other minor features: Calendar, gallery, slideshow, etc. Cost: $16,000 – $40,000