Moving on from straight HTML code, she began to learn website development software such as Dreamweaver and eventually WordPress. Her websites for Prairie Hills Middle School and Buhler High School have won awards from the Kansas Association of School Boards/Kansas School Public Relations Association their Publications Competition, including this recognition in 2006.
Today Rosemary provides website development, design, and maintenance services for individuals and small businesses. In fact, she has created three websites for one of her very special clients, who explains:
Rosemary works closely with a client at every step of the website development process, and after the final product goes “live” on the web, she provides continuing support, responding as quickly as possible to any requests or questions and never leaving a client floundering. Maintenance agreements also are available for assistance in updating and upgrading websites after the initial rollout. Here’s Rosemary’s portfolio of websites.