Chris is a web developer and designer who enjoys working with clients as much as working on their projects. As Founder + CEO of Classic City Consulting, he put together a team that shares his passion for quality website creation.
The web design process is different every time. With seasoned WordPress developers and project managers, he leads a team that is experienced in working with clients to bring their vision to the web.
► Organized a development team for the launch of an Atlanta-based startup
► Created custom-built applications integrated within the WordPress platform
► Managed teams of developers to ensure the coherent vision and client satisfaction
► Maintained content-based websites and web applications
► Photographed businesses and products for better display and user interaction on the client’s website
► Developed and implemented new go-live process for web teams to span multiple environments and ensure data integrity
► Co-founded Goldmine, an Athens-based print company which is now serving clients in thirty states
► Trained Goldmine developers to effectively use HTML/CSS and WordPress
► UX focused website design
► Frontend development (HTML/CSS/JS)
► Responsive development
► WordPress template and plugin builds
► Backend PHP development
► MySQL DB management
- What are the business challenges you’re facing as a result of coronavirus and social distancing? How are you responding?
- What does Classic City Consulting do and what is Chris’ responsibility as a leader?
- As a collaborative team where you are all working remote, what kind of shifts have you had to make in terms of how you do your work and engaging in project activities?
- Many leaders have not previously considered how to implement a remote working team. What are some things that you’ve implemented over time that have allowed your team to remain connected and engaged while working remotely?
- Given that change is the only constant, what kind of change as a result of the coronavirus crises do you see being more permanent in business (and perhaps for the better)?