We’ve been working with Sam Carlton since the spring of 2013 when we decided our website needed a complete overhaul. We’re on the west coast and Sam’s in the Midwest, and quite honestly, we hadn’t had great experiences with non-local web designers in the past. We did have some personal and professional connections with Sam so we decided to give it a shot. We could not be more pleased with the outcome!
Sam took the time to get to know the culture of our church, our level of tech-savviness (or lack thereof), and what we envisioned for the end-user experience. Based on his design and platform recommendations, our site is easy to maintain and we receive great feedback from site visitors. On the rare occasion that there’s a glitch, Sam’s response time is the same, if not better, than local vendors.
After years of working with Sam, we can only say that we wish we’d made the switch to him sooner and look forward to our continued working relationship, as we’re on our way to change the world!
Sam was very committed to the job, even that it took more time than expected he continued giving the best to deliver results and we appreciate that.
Sam is a stone-cold professional. I first hired Sam when a web project went south and my original developer dropped off the face of the earth. I reached out to him and he was able to get the project back on track and completely fix everything within 24 hours. Absolutely amazing. I haven’t even tried to hire anyone else since.
Every time I need a developer I hire him and only him. It’s been that way for the last 8 months. I have hired him on multiple projects, even at times when I knew how to do the work myself, but wanted to make sure that it got done right. I wouldn’t trust anyone else but him. If you’re on the fence, just do yourself a favor and hire him immediately. Or don’t. If he gets too busy he might not have time for all of my projects that I keep throwing at him 🙂
Sam was great even though the client project ended up not happening.
He gave thorough insights & feedback to guide the project.