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I am a freelance web designer of 12 years from Waxhaw, N.C., who specializes in creating custom WordPress themes for your business.

On the side, I’m an avid photographer of sunsets, landscapes, vintage autos, urban exploration, and portraits. Even took my own photo there.

I’m the guy that top online business owners like Doris Motte (Courage Counseling of Salisbury, N.C.), Joey Osborne (Mosquito Authority/ Bugsbite of Hickory, N.C.), Robin Chalkley (Winston-Salem Writers), Dwayne Cogdill (Saint Dwayne Associates of Charlotte, N.C.), and Aeri’s Kitchen brought in to work alongside them and finally get it done. I can do the same for you.

Here’s What My Clients Say

Brock Bumgarner, The Mosquito Authority
Daniel has been excellent to work with on several different web related projects at our company. His work is always very thorough, detailed, on time and a great value for your dollar. Will definitely continue working with him in the future!

Laci LeBlanc, The Mosquito Authority
Daniel is a unique mind with a great deal of skill when it comes to developing WordPress sites. He is on top of the newest developments and does a fantastic job of making the highly technical both understandable and accessible for us as clients.

Robin Chalkley, Winston-Salem Writers
I’m pleased to recommend Daniel for his thorough knowledge of website creation and his dedication to finding workable and satisfactory solutions when problems arise. He’s dedicated and stays focused on solutions.

Here’s Why I’m Different From Other WordPress Theme Developers


I provide a half-hour free consultation to see where you are and what you really need.

Quality Over Quantity

Quality counts, I’m not going to rush you out the door. I want to spend time on the details. If you’re not satisfied, I will work with you until you are happy with your website, within reason.

Customer Service

Customer service is important and to keep us on the same page, I collaborate through email, not by phone. I do meet you at least twice in the beginning to make the connection.

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