Wareham, MA (PRWEB) February 19, 2008
Robin Ragle-Davis, known primarily for her work designing and maintaining the campaign website for the Deval Patrick for Governor campaign, as well as the design of the campaign's logo, bumper stickers and online banner advertising, has opened a new business focusing on Website Design, Application Development, and online marketing.
Davis, who has experience with large multi stakeholder projects as well as small business and non-profit work says "I'd like small business to benefit from the same knowledge and skills that are available to large business and organizations. Sites for small business can be surprisingly affordable."
The more knowledge a client has about the process of developing and marketing their site the more successful their site or project is likely to be she believes. To further that end rr.interactive sends a monthly newsletter and maintains a blog (http://www.weberratica.com) both of which focus on helping current and prospective clients get the most out of their online presence.
Robin has been involved in the development of web sites and other interactive materials for over a decade, spending a number of those years as Web Manager at Rhode Island School of Design.
Following RISD, Robin went on to a position at a full service marketing and design firm in Cambridge Massachusetts and then further honed her knowledge as Director of Client Operations for a firm specializing in marketing and interactive communications.
rr.interactive holds memberships in AIGA - The American Institute of Graphic Arts, SEMNE - Search Engine Marketing New England and the Canal Region Chamber of Commerce.
rr.interactive has locations in Wareham and Boston MA. More information is available at http://www.rrinteractive.com