''Being computer illiterate I relied on Ellen's expertise. She is extremely knowledgeable, professional and helped me set up the webpage in a timely manner. I have received many compliments on the clear, precise and easy to navigate webpage. I am happy to give Ellen my highest recommendation.''
- Susan Cacozza,
Casa Bella Inn
''I really appreciate your timely and professional work! I must say it's quite refreshing.''
Smith Street Design
''This is exactly what I wanted, a website that I can easily add to myself, free from intimidation, with out having to know or remember anything. To have gone the regular route would have meant at least the same amount of work on my part having to feed you text and ideas every time I got in the mood, and then having to pay you each time for the upkeep. Thatís fine for those who have the cash to burn, but I have a racing habit to feed.''
Seneca Saw Works
''Wow! A real website! Very well done. I've haven't had a chance to do more than skim through, but it's very professional-looking, well-organized, and informative (unlike the previous one, which after almost three years of work was still a remarkable embarrassment).''
- Dick Sears,
''When I ask you (to do) things, I feel like I'm doing magic, or rather You are, like I think of something and you wave a magic wand and there it is. I can't describe the feeling, it's just amazing!''
- Lisa Buell,
''You are too good to be true, thank goodness I found you.''
- Irene Goyette,
Irene Goyette Photography
''Congratulations on another happy client, and much thanks for your professionalism and personal service. It's been a pleasure working with you.''
- David Stember,
Executive Investment Advisors
''Ellen, you are so easy to work with!''
- Mary Claire Carroll,
''It's a pleasure working with you! You're very thorough and communicate "what's going on" very well. I've worked with many programmers over the years, and generally, good communication, taking responsibility for the project, being proactive about contacting the ISP, these are all things that I figured just weren't part of the typical programmer. I guess you aren't typical!''
- Dave DeSmet,