32spokes takes its name from the spokes of a bicycle – individually each slender spoke is part of a whole that makes for a robust, resilient wheel.
We carry that analogy to each website we design. We get to know your customers and your business goals, then we put the strands together to build a strategy that engages your customers and delights you. It is very holistic approach.
There’s a little more to the bicycle theme – owner Robert Dall loves to pedal. And, his first web building contract was with a bike shop, so the name is an homage to that initiation as well.
Who is 32spokes?
After spending 10 years with a camera hanging from his neck working in the news media, Robert Dall found his love of telling a good story to be a doorway into a new career in web design.
Robert has been a professional web designer for 5 years now and has stopped counting the list of WordPress websites he has created on his fingers and toes. He loves drinking amazing coffee, still schleps his camera around and conducts his daily business and personal errands on his trusty bike. He splits his time between the small community of Sechelt, BC and the West Coast metropolis of Vancouver, Canada.
The majority of Robert’s training and experience has come from an exhaustive list of Meetups, WordCamps, but also has a Diploma in Journalism Arts and Certificate in New Media Design & Web Development.
We could have hired a bookkeeper to do our accounting, but we hired (100 + and growing) internet/bookkeeping professionals instead. The electronic billing and payment gateway are pretty savvy and many clients have commented on how easy and cool the system is. Based in Toronto, they understand the needs of a Canadian company and let us focus on what we do – making great websites for you!
Since we started using Dropbox, both our clients and contractors love its ease of use and sharing aspects. With our ever-increasing mobile lives it’s great to have our files at the ready wherever we are, whenever we need them.
We host all of our website at InMotion Hosting and only recommend what we use ourselfs.