Robert Herring

Web Developer

My name is Robert Herring. I first used a computer in 1988, but as a first grader I didn’t realize their potential. I didn’t get serious about them until my dad brought home our first one in 1997. It was then, in September of ‘97 that I built my first website, and though it wasn’t the most amazing site ever created... it was a close second. From there, I got into design. It was the marriage of design and code where I really found my calling. The ability to code was fun, but making my projects look great and stand out in the crowd was the best and most rewarding.

Job Experience

Lead Developer:
The Para Firm in Columbia, 2012 - 2013

Developed high end websites that includes E-Commerce and Parallax websites, and developed an in-house iPad app, in xCode, used to sell TPF‘s marketing solution.

Freelance Web Dev / design:
Lexington, 2011 - 2012

Developed interactive Flash sites, Website Mockups and Wireframes, Marketing Campaigns, Print Ads, Web Banners, and Motion Graphics.

Art Director:
Splash Omnimedia in Lexington, 2008 - 2011

Developed cutting edge, standards compliant websites. Worked in print design, web design, email campaigns, trade show booth design, and branding. I created wireframes, mock ups, prototypes, front-end code, and back-end code.

Senior Developer:
AV Books in Pompano Beach, FL, May 2008 - Sept 2008

Designed software from the ground up to allow full functionality on both Windows and Mac using Flash AS3 for the Adobe AIR Platform.


Full Sail University:
Bachelor of Science in Digital Arts & Design 2008

The Digital Arts & Design degree provided a complete design education, with industry-specific courses that teaches you how to communicate ideas and stories through different media, including video, print, motion graphics, and the web.

Midlands Technical College:
Associates of Arts in 2003

Developed high end websites that includes E-Commerce and Parallax websites, and developed an in-house iPad app, in xCode, used to sell TPF‘s marketing solution.


Frontline Arsenal

E-Commerce Website, 2013

Frontline Arsenal went from having twenty thousand dollars a month in sales, to over one hundred thousand dollars in sales in a single month after we built their new site.

I helped design and completely developed this site in three months.

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LeeHenry Events

Website, 2012

LeeHenry Events came to us wanting to stand out from the crowd. She requested a custom website on top of the Wordpress platform, a CMS she was already accustomed to.

This was my first Wordpress website, and I designed and developed it in just under four months.

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QH&F Online

E-Commerce Website, 2009

QH&F was a very large project. When they came to us, they already had their in-house sales tool created, but wanted their new website linked to it.

I designed and developed this entire site in five months including a custom CMS.

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Create Expectations

Marketing Website, 2011

Create Expectations had a design in mind when they asked for my help, but needed some help bringing their vision to life.

I redesigned and completely developed the entire site in one month.

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Lexington Referral Group

Member‘s Website, 2011

Lexington Referral Group came to me in 2011 needing a way to explain who they are and what they do, display their members, metting times, and meeting location.

I designed and developed the entire website in three weeks.

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Experienced Builders 2

Website, 2010

Experienced Builders 2 came to us needing a new and fresh look for their company.

I designed and developed this entire website in two months and developed the flash piece in one week.

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