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Marc-Steeven Eyeni-Kantsey

Web Developer | Wordpress | Full Stack | FR + EN

Works remotely from Birmingham

  • 52.478308
  • -1.893538
  • Suggested rate €227 / day
  • Experience 7+ years
Propose a project The project will begin once you accept Marc-Steeven's quote.

This freelancer has confirmed part-time availability (Evenings & weekends) in the past 7 days.

Part-time, Evenings & weekends

Propose a project The project will begin once you accept Marc-Steeven's quote.

Location and workplace preferences

Birmingham, England, United Kingdom
Remote only
Primarily works remotely


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  • French

    Native or bilingual

  • English

    Native or bilingual


Skills (10)

Marc-Steeven in a few words

🙋 "What if I don't like it?"
🙋 "What if I want to change something later?"
I understand that carrying the project of building a website for your business can come with some fears. Here's a way to bring some peace around that.

Like some developers may do, building your website and then running away, would often mean for you that you have to stick with what was handed to you until:
- Something in it breaks and you are forced to pay someone to fix it
- OR, you want to completely re-design the whole website in one go because no one was there to make those small changes you had in mind to improve your website when they came up

Instead, I find more effective and choose the approach of working alongside you to accomplish your desired design now and bring on top of that the peace of having:
✅ Someone maintaining your website
✅ Fixing the bugs
✅ And available to make those changes you will think about in the future

Outside the 7 years of experience I have had building websites for various projects, I have spent the last 4 years working with the UK Government on projects such as the DVSA theory test website. This experience has taught me the importance of working iteratively to grow a website over time and keep it working and secure. This is why if we work together, in addition to building your website, I will also offer to maintain it for you.

You may have questions I've not completely answered in this description, feel free to drop me a message (advice is free :))




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