In 2008 Steve designed a logo and built a website for a pet-sitting business “Sit, Walk, Run” (no longer in operation).
In 2009 Steve built DoylePrints for his wife, Susan, to share some of her photography. This site is actually in line for a redesign itself. (Get on it, Steve.)
In 2010 Steve used BlogSpot to build a showcase for his friends at the Herscher Project, an international group of writers and artists.
In 2013 Steve was working as an analyst at a small consulting firm that underwent a name change and complete website overhaul. Together he and the owner designed a new logo and color scheme and Steve went to work building anevaluation.com with an eye toward responsive design, realizing more and more people were using handheld devices to view sites on the web.
This project led Steve to revamp doylebooks.com. A few minutes surfing the web with his own smartphone was enough to convice him that many websites out there are in need of similar revisions. In 2015, Steve created doylewebsolutions.com to address that need. If your website suffers from similar issues, contact Steve today!
Steve lives with his wife, Susan, and two dogs in Marlborough, Massachusetts.