Oreo's are basically the best thing that happened to humanity since Jesus...
Hey! My name's Luke and I was born in Zimbabwe, Africa. I grew up on my family farm, rooting around my yard for any fascinating creature I could find, intent on intruding into its leisurely life by studying it as closely as I could (a magnifying glass came in pretty handy those days). Over the years, my interests have somewhat evolved and now I love everything to do with web design, technology, and Oreo's.
In the past, I've had a lot of experience building a variety of websites, from blogs to personal portfolios and even a fully functional online store that handled credit card transactions with complete privacy and security. Please check out my past projects page to see exactly what I've worked on and what I can build for you.
But why would you need a website? Big businesses need websites, but not everyone, right? That's what many people believe, however the reality is that in this ever-evolving online world, EVERYONE needs a website. I remember when I was first starting to build websites I built a personal portfolio for myself in preparation for job searching. Within five days of giving out my résumé with a link to my website, I was hired and started training for the job. FIVE DAYS! Having my own personal portfolio has helped me so much in life and has opened many doors with great opportunities behind them that I would not have been able to pursue under normal circumstances.
Because of the amazing success I experienced through having my own website, I decided that I needed to share this opportunity with other people. My motivation and my objective is to help others achieve their goals through web design. Helping others has always been a great source of joy for me ever since I was young. As an eight year old living on my family farm in Africa, I teamed up with my brothers and opened a small convenience store run out of the trunk of my parents' car. We sold basic necessities to the employees on our farm as the the location of the nearest town meant a shopping trip would take an entire day because no one was able to afford a car. Buying in bulk allowed us to resell at exactly the same price that regular stores did which meant we didn't make a whole lot of money. However, that was not the goal. As I've said before, helping and serving others brings a great deal of joy to me and that's been my motivation. (Also Oreo's, but that's second).