My name is Julia Altermann and I am a web– and print designer from Germany. I have been designing and creating web pages since 2003 and since 2008 I am also designing for the pre-print stage.
Why am I doing this? –Because I am fascinated by the process of transforming a blank screen or a page full of cryptic code into something beautiful and interactive. It’s simply a passion.
What you can expect. -Unique designs: I don’t have off-the-rack templates. Clean code: I adhere to the W3C standards and use the current technologies to make your internet presence a unique user experience. Reliability: I always keep to timelines and I deliver when you need it.
Are you a charity or non-profit organization? –Then I have good news for you. Drop me a line about you and I will make you a special discount offer. I know that money is tight for you and I want to support your cause. Of course I take the liberty to decline a request based upon personal evaluation. Learn more about special offers.
Want to know personal stuff? –You can check out my Blog page and follow me via various social networks like Twitter or Facebook. Other than that: I am a sci-fi fan and my favorite TV show is Babylon 5. I love reading, playing the guitar, snowboarding during the winter and Speedminton during the summer. I speak German, English, Russian and once upon a time I could even read Latin. Currently I am learning Swedish. And even though I took Psychology in college, I promise I won’t analyze you. I have worked for three years as a junior consultant for SAP in the area of Application Management before finally taking the plunge of becoming a full time designer and coder. That’s it.