My name is Mitch Samuels, and I like to make nice things on the internet.
I make websites and apps and anything else that could be fun.
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Andy & Steve
Andy & Steve is one of my favorite websites I have made. Two brothers run a landscaping business and needed a website refresh to attract new customers and provide current customers with better services like online bill paying. This site is both beautiful and functional, with a slick, responsive design it looks great on desktop or mobile.
Daniel Switch is a local musician who needed a great website to show off his music, and give his fans a place to check his schedule. This site has an embedded Instagram feed, twitter feed, and beautiful feed from his Google calendar to display his upcoming shows. Best of all, you can listen to his music or buy it from iTunes right from the site.
A guy from Woodsmen floors contacted me asking for a website refresh. He sent me a link to his local competition, and said he wanted his website to be exponentially better than theirs. Well, I believe it is. This site is responsive, functional, and quite minimal. Subtle yet beautiful design really makes this website easy to use.
Preethi & Adam
My brother and his fiance wanted a website for their wedding. Well, that's exactly what I made. Complete with an RSVP form, registry, and info page, The website is beautiful with a color scheme to match the party. Best of all, it's Accessible on even the most outdated browsers, like ie6, so even the older guests can access the site!
I wanted to play around with Visual Studio creating Windows 8 apps, and I ended up making three ridiculous apps. 'Stachetastic is the most popular. It's a mustache-based game with three mini-games. I also have Catifier and Dogifier, which let you put pictures of cats or dogs on your pictures. Search for those in the Windows Store.
I'm a student at UW-Madison, and I love watching sports games. I had a problem though, the app the UW had absolutely sucked, so I made my own. It's currently a work-in-progress, but I am trying to do steady updates to keep it going! It's an Android app made with Phonegap Build using web languages. But trust me, it looks and acts like a native app.
Well, that's all folks.
Want me to help with a project? Shoot me an email.