…is quite simple, really. We could go on about our years of experience, or what made us decide to create 503design, but YAWN. Let’s make a long story, well, short.
Boy meets web development. Boy falls in love with web development. Girl meets design. Girl falls in love with design. And, folks now you have 503design. Located in Portland, Oregon, it’s never a dull day around here. While it’s not all a Portlandia episode, we do like to bring the Portland quirkiness to our websites and designs. We consider ourselves easy to work with, as long as you go along with all our “brilliant” ideas. Okay, not really. We love collaborating while doing what we love. And, in the process, we hope it’s a good time for all.
If you’re still reading this we must be pretty interesting and you want to know more. Here’s some info about the team…
STEVEN FRANCISCO, WEB DEVELOPER/DESIGNER
As 50% of the team, Steven keeps himself pretty busy at 503design. An artist and avid lover of design, he decided to put his creative passion to use in the digital world and jumped mohawk first into an intensive web development program at Epicodus in Portland, Oregon. Armed with the real-world skills he needed, he set off to follow his dreams of becoming a web developer. Usually found at his desk as early as 4am (yes – he is that guy?!), his main goal is to exceed every client’s expectations. And who could blame him? He is doing what he loves and working with awesome people (like you!) every day.
The other 50% of the team, Ronnie keeps herself busy at 503design choosing pretty colors and images, and….oh, SQUIRREL. Easily distracted by design elements that not everyone notices, she utilizes her years of marketing and design experience to guarantee every website or design project has the professional touch it deserves. With a passion for everything creative, she attended Portland State University for Communications and Psychology and hasn’t looked back since. Okay, maybe once she wondered what if she had followed her other dream of being a journalist. But, that was fleeting thank goodness!