Hi. My name is Anthony Pace. I'm a software engineer, designer, and problem solver. I specialize in web development.
This website is a showcase for my technical and creative work. Check out my portfolio.
I try to keep a cohesive theme across all pages of this site, but I also like to deviate and experiment. Have a look at this page I created to sum up my background.
My daily work is mostly custom engineering, design, and strategy for businesses.
Keep exploring to learn more about me and what I do.
We can work together on any sort of software project. It could be as simple as a website for your business. Or, it could be something more complex. Like a social network or mobile app. Get in touch to discuss how we can get started.
From concept to deployment and from strategy to implementation, an expert eye will make the difference. Your image and brand impacts the ability of your product or service to be noticed and remembered. Let's collaborate on:
Reaching customers in the digital age is complex, but with the right plan the reward is huge. Strategy, content, and measuring your results are key.
"Anthony did a great job of designing, building, and managing my website. His vision, strategy, and communication skills make him a pleasure to work with. If you're looking to bring your ideas to the digital world, he's your guy!"
- Ericka Markman, Turo Park Partners
I write about a variety of subjects. I really enjoy writing, and think it's an important practice. Good writers make good coders, and vice versa.
I write mostly about technology. But, I also cover other ideas such as culture, creativity, and business. I do my best to always include a narrative and tell a story.
Below are a few select posts that I really enjoy.
Email is the best way that we can communicate with our users; still better than SMS or app notifications. An effective messaging strategy can enhance the journey our products offer.
SplitWit is a digital product. It is a “software as a service” platform that helps split test websites and apps. That means it allows us to make changes to a website, that only half of visitors will see, and then determine which version has better results (sales, sign-ups, etc.).
The web, as a platform, is open and free. Unlike native app markets, we don’t have to wait for software to be approved by any third-party. It works across any device or operating system that has a web browser. (Which is why standards across browsers is so important).
Send a message. Ask a question. Or, just say hello. I respond to everyone.