Name: Dan Moriarty
Address: 5416 Aldrich Avenue South, 55419 Minneapolis
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Clients & Projects: 5
Average reviews rating:
Languages Spoken: English
No. of Employees: Freelancer
Joined WWDC: 2009
Dan Moriarty serves mostly small and medium-sized businesses and startups, with new websites and existing site redesigns. Dan follows recommended Web standards and uses open-source programs for content management and online stores (CMS Made Simple, Drupal, Word Press, and Zen Cart). Dan is based in Minnesota and mainly serves Minneapolis and St.Paul MN, although he does work with several long-distance clients as well.
Industry SectorsHealth & Beauty, Retail, Not for profit / Charity
Tends to work withCorporation / Public Company, Non-profit Organisation
General location of clients:US and Canada
Content Management System:CMS Made Simple and Drupal
The client has many products and services, and this project involved a line of cabinet hardware that they wished to showcase to various buyers and resellers Read More
Reviewed on 28 Mar, 2009
Dan Moriarty worked with the Minnesota Children's Museum and Jacky Wilson, our freelance graphic designer, to create a new website for the Museum in 2008. I am the marketing director, and typically worked through Jacky on the p... Read More
— Minnesota Children's Museum
Reviewed on 18 Feb, 2009
Dan did an excellent job in remodelling our company's web site. He understands web design, is easy to work with and has the resources to assist him in creating an excellent product. We gladly recommend adding Dan Moriarty Freela... Read More
— AdvantageHealth Corporation
Reviewed on 23 Jan, 2009
We engaged Dan to redesign our web site www.snyderdrug.com. From the initial meeting to discuss our vision of the site through concept and final content generation Dan was very helpful and did an outstanding job in guiding us and... Read More
— Snyder Drug Stores
Q : Describe your company in 5 words.
A : One man design and build
Q : Where do you see your company in 10 years time?
A : I'm building a network of other web developers, to handle a variety of jobs that come my way, small and large. Eventually I may hire staff, but for now, my small size works well for companies who want a professional site with direct contact, at a reasonable rate.