Here are some customer comments about Midshore Web Design...
"Our church recognized that we needed to update our web-site, but we were not sure how to go about it, nor were we sure exactly what we wanted. Paul helped us to develop our vision for the site, and then he worked his magic and made our
vision a reality. It was a joy to watch it all come together!"
~Rev. Dr. Lea Slaton, pastor, Wilson's Mills Christian Church
"Paul redesigned the Talbot Partnership website homepage for us. We were very pleased with his work, the price, and his followup support and assistance."
~Gary Pierce, Talbot Partnership
"Paul created an ad banner for me that blended the two themes I had (softball & real estate) into one. The job was affordable and done quickly."
~Kathleen Brenton, Brenton & Clark Realty LLC
"My service company has a service territory anywhere in the US. In order to advertise in a territory that size, it is important that my website does its' job effectively and with ease. When I first talked with Paul at Midshore Web Design,
I initially wanted him to come in, clean up a mess of disorganization from two other web companies and get the site onto a clear path making updating easy. Although we were 450 miles apart utilizing web technology made it as if we
were in the same office.
During our first interview Paul asked what specifically I wanted to see in the end. I had 3 objectives. Make it clean in appearance, easy to navigate for the "less than" web savvy, and make it easy
to update. He proposed an complete overhaul, saying that in the end I would probably save money over the hours of cleanup and organization needed. Paul gave me a detailed proposal, a clean and clear contract with no "grey areas" and
a timetable of 90 days. The final product stayed on budget, exceeded expectations, and was completed before the deadline.
In the future, I will be using Paul for updating, and changes on a regular basis to keep it fresh. I
have already had LOTS of compliments on the new site, and feel it is doing exactly what it was meant to do! If you're not using Paul and MidShore, then you should be."
~Lee Dahlen, Glassic Boat Works