Name: Matthew Baylor
Address: PO Box 88, 19526 Hamburg
Clients & Projects: 16
Average reviews rating:
Languages Spoken: English
No. of Employees: 1-5
Joined WWDC: 2010
We strive for customer satisfaction at all costs. Our business is Joomla website design and logo design.
Industry SectorsHealth & Beauty, Professional Services, Other, Automotive, Media & Communication, Educational, Entertainment, Financial & Legal, Building & Construction, Sports & Leisure
Tends to work withPrivate Company, Entrepreneur, Startup
General location of clients:Australia, United States
Content Management System:We use the Open Source CMS Joomla. Joomla is very user intuitive and easy to manage after we get you setup.
We Recommend:Accountant: Madisons
Lawyer: Legal Zoom
Printer: Got Print
SEO expert: Steppy Frog Design Studio
Hosting company: Dreamhost
Reviewed on 4 May, 2011
I have used Natural Selection many times and have always been very pleased with their quality, value and professionalism. Matt went to all lengths to keep me happy and the the turnaraound time for my project was faster than exp... Read More
Reviewed on 30 Apr, 2011
After quite a few years with the same old website I decided my site could use some sprucing up. Little did I know that so much had changed since my original site was built. I found Matt at Natselection and we pretty much hit it... Read More
David W Pryor
— Tennessee School of Massage. Living Health Day Spa
Reviewed on 27 Mar, 2011
Working with Matt has been a good experience. I gave him a few ideas to work with and then he sent me a demo to look at,... I changed a few things and added some new pictures. He communicated to me when everything would be done, ... Read More
Q : Describe your company in 5 words.
A : Fast, friendly, efficient, personal, fun
Q : Where do you see your company in 10 years time?
A : In ten years I hope to have a flourishing business, with loyal customers.
Q : How was your company name chosen?
A : Darwinism / Survival of the Fittest. In a business like this you have to stay on top of your game. Learning new things, refining what you do know. If you don't you won't succeed.
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Readability is probably one of, if not the most important aspect of a web site's design. After all, what use is your site if it's an eye sore and no one can bare to look at it? Here are a few tips to help improve readability.
To www or not to www?
Which version should I use? http://mysite.com or http://www.mysite.com?