I work with all levels of tech expertise and interest. While some clients just ask me to fix an issue, others want to do as much of their own website work as possible in order to "own tech" or to keep out-of-pocket costs low.
I support the DIYer in 3 main ways:
Helping you think through the many tech questions that arise when you own a website, wading through the tech jargon, and arriving at answers according to your own goals and interests:
When you've identified what you want to do, but you also recognize that task is beyond your skills or interest, I can help with a custom setup. For example:
Training helps you learn how to make website changes. We can do training sessions over Zoom or via phone and screen sharing.
Some website tasks occur infrequently and it's easy to forgot how to do them. For a quick reminder when needed, I can provide documentation with step-by-step guidance customized for you and your website.