Bryan Chalker as “Bleedingtree” – Consultant Freelance Web Designer
“Bleedingtree” is my freelance entity. It is me. The projects, the posts, the design. It’s me…well, along with a few fellow designer/devs I work with from time to time. But projects I post on this site, I have complete control, creative direction, and design responsibility over.
I do work freelance and consulting projects still, but I do them under my Bleedingtree moniker. Please feel free to use the Project Quote Request Form to set up a consultation or project with me, and I’ll be quick to respond.
In the meantime, for those interested, here is a bit about me as a “consultant freelance web designer”…
I have over 12 years in the graphic design, web design, and front-end design and development industry. During that time, I’ve taken on projects within non-profit and church/ministry fields, as well as Fortune 500 and corporate environments. Design – concept, wireframing, interface, overall “look” – is my strength, along with HTML and CSS (plus, HTML5 and CSS3) coding. is an essential part of it’s functionality.
I’ve worked within the church and ministry environments at In Touch Ministries, First Baptist Church of Jacksonville, and others…so I’m well-aware of the special needs and potential obstacles that accompany those projects.
- Graphic Design: Adobe Photoshop is a primary tool used on literally every project, and Adobe Fireworks is an indispensable tool for producing effective wire-frames and CSS-friendly interface elements.
- E-commerce: Magento, OSCommerce, and Ubercart.
- Email Marketing: Mailchimp and Constant Contact, and form management using Wufoo and Formstack, are core to my project work.
Regardless of the project I take on, I’ll use the proper tools for the job.
Looking for a challenging opportunity for my skills and talents. HTML5 and CSS3 (with Responsive Design), are the current techniques I’m developing. I’m actively on top of the latest technologies, techniques, and applications revolving around website design and development. I don’t sit back on what I do (or have done), but always look at how I can make my projects better, more attractive, and more efficient. Enjoy working with teammates as passionate about design – and what it can do – as I am.