Waymarks Web Solutions, LLC, is intended to be a guide for small business owners, entrepreneurs, non-profits, and religious organizations who feel lost with their current website and desire to improve their online presence. I believe that websites should be empowering, accessible, and affordable.
When possible, I also strongly encourage web independence. Web independence is freedom from depending on an outside web designer or developer to update and maintain your website. Web independence may take a little time to achieve but will save you in money and headaches in the long run.
Do you desire web independence? Start your DIY website education today!
Waymarks is a home-based business located in Mesa, Arizona, United States. Though willing to provide services for small businesses, entrepreneurs, and non-profits from all over the world, local clientele will be given priority.
About Jacquelyn Van Sant
I have been building websites most of my life. I built my first as a hobby when I was just a curious fourteen-year-old with little to do over summer vacation. Way back then, I taught myself how to code and loved it. In 2007, I transitioned my hobby into a career when I began working as a professional web designer and developer. Since then I have worked for or with government entities, a state-run university, private k-8 academy, musicians, non-profits, ministries, small businesses, start-ups, pediatricians office, consultants, and more.
Over time I slowly shifted from design to front-end development. I have years of experience working with popular content management systems, such as Drupal and WordPress. I have worked side-by-side with graphic designers, content managers and editors, and fellow developers to complete a wide variety of small, medium, and large projects.
In addition to web development, I have worked as a tutor for middle school, high school, and college students. This one-on-one interaction has allowed me to better understand people, specifically how we learn best, and the importance of translating often confusing web jargon for the non-techie person.
Through the years, I discovered that I get very excited when I am able to help people to help themselves. That is why Waymarks Web Solutions is focused on helping small businesses, entrepreneurs, non-profits, and religious organizations navigate web development, improve existing websites, and educate for web independence.
When I’m not working, I enjoy hiking, camping, blogging, and spending time with my husband and our two boys.