Who We Are

Michael Carnell – Data Mechanic

Michael seeks to empower people by making technology a vehicle for driving businesses and communities. Just as you drive a car without worrying about how the engine operates, Michael takes care of your information systems as a data mechanic. This lets you drive the technology, instead of it driving you. He provides web development, database design services, and web and social media training for small businesses and not-for-profits in Charleston and the South Carolina Lowcountry.

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Amanda Albertson – Design Diva

Amanda specializes in web and image design, web marketing, search engine optimization, and photo editing. All work is custom tailored for each client – your look, your brand image. Amanda also works with web strategy development. This includes email and print newsletters, a web presence beyond your website, such as on social networking sites, and custom interfaces for Facebook and other social media sites. She can help you make the most of the opportunities and develop YOUR strategy.

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Latest Articles

Michael to Speak at MB WordPress User Group

For the first meeting of the Myrtle Beach group, they have recruited two so-called "ringers" from Charleston for presentations. Michael Carnell, of DesignTechWeb will be speaking on WordPress Security, and Heather Solos of Home-Ec101.com and SpinPics who will deliver a presentation on “Useful Plug-ins and SEO tips”.

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DTW Sponsors Charleston's Google Developer Group
DTW is proud to be sponsoring the first meeting of the Charleston Google Developer Group. This is a new user group for people that enjoy developing and using products by Google. Anyone is welcome to join the CGDG group and learn more about what Google has to offer. [read more]

Packt Publishing Reaches 1000 IT Titles
Birmingham-based IT publisher Packt Publishing is about to publish its 1000th title. Packt books are renowned among developers for being uniquely practical and focused.  Packt books cover highly specific tools and technologies which IT professionals might not expect to see a high quality book on.
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