Web Designer Blue Mountains NSW - Tara Whitie
Tara Whitie’s lively enthusiasm, skill and dedication to her clients and her small to medium business, is legendary.
In 1998 after returning home from 18 months traveling around the world, Tara embarked on a career as a swim instructor/coach in her iconic birth place Bondi Beach, where she managed 3 swim schools with a combined enrolment of over 1000 students, after 6 years she decided it was time for a tree change so moved with her husband to Alice Springs.
In 2004, she began her career as a popular tour guide in Alice Springs and when her daughter was born in 2006 she decided to be a stay-at-home mum, 4 years later and always ready for a challenge, she decided a new career direction where she could work from home and be there for her daughter. Always having an interest in the technical web world she studied Diploma Web Design and Development at Wentworth Falls TAFE qualifying with distinctions in 2014.
Now she lives in the Blue Mountains, Australia with her daughter.
I’m a firm believer that having a website should be available to everyone, whether you have a small business or are self-employed, entrepreneur, student or grey nomad.
To have a ‘Web Presence’ you need to have a website. Having a website has taken the place of business cards, brochures and even the Yellow Pages.
A website is an integral part of a business’s marketing and business strategy plan.
You can sell products and services, introduce your talents or provide instant advice. Whether it’s a professional or personal site.
People have websites for many reasons.
By personalising the look and function of your website it creates a branding for your business or a unique identifier of you.
In recent times young children have been encouraged to learn how to use important tools in maintaining a website, with skills such as coding: Definition of coding
And in many countries children are taught coding at school, because they know the jobs of tomorrow will be challenging in a new way, with a new dialogue that includes knowledge of the internet, and websites will be a part of that evolution.
Here is an article on coding: Student’s learn to code