Hi! My name is Josh Rowe. I've been designing and developing websites and applications for over a decade now. From websites and web applications to mobile applications and mobile games, responsive design, user experience and design, technical SEO practices, and more. I've learned and built a lot over the years and now I'd like to take the opportunity to give that knowledge back to the community in a simple, easy-to-follow format.
I love what I do! I'm constantly learning new techniques, technologies, and languages, and pride myself on keeping things as simple as possible. User experience and design, fast load times, and, useful content are things I strive to accomplish in all of my work.
That's me, amongst the cat curtains:
A little about me: I'm a lover of web development, coffee, photography, gaming, and have a Rubik's Cube personal best solve time of 23 seconds.
The name Orangeable combines a few different perspectives:
orange, which generally describes something that stands out and is attractive, and
able, which is defined as "having the power, skill, means, or opportunity to do something." The name, to me, provides a powerful statement on what this blog is about and how I want it reflected to you, as the reader, with the end goal of providing something truly useful and informative.
I hope Orangeable can help you achieve your goals and keep the fun in web development. Sometimes it can be hard to keep that spark lit, but the reason we keep going at it and learning is because we have a passion for it.
If you're looking to build a professional website or need help with your next custom web or mobile application, contact me! I'm available for hire and ready to help collaborate on your next project!
If you have any questions or just want to say hello, fell free to reach out to me on Twitter Or, if you're feeling generous, you could also buy me a coffee. There's absolutely no obligation, but donations are always appreciated!
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I'm looking forward to helping you learn and have fun with web development. Take care and enjoy!