Ryder Web Development is a member of the Brewster Chamber of Commerce, Cape Cod Technology Council and the Cape Cod Women’s Association (CCWA). She also spent several years as a volunteer with We Can, and volunteers with SCORE Cape Cod on an as-requested basis.
Karen has been working on websites since 2009; a few years later she decided that she should do it full-time. And voilà, Ryder Web Development was launched.
Prior to this shift, in addition to working on creating and maintaining websites, she was providing software support and training for individuals and small businesses.
Before that she worked as a consultant in a niche market, installing and configuring certain modules in SAP, mostly related to Finance and Controlling, for well-known clients in the Aerospace and Defense industry. Although interesting and challenging work, after a while it was clear that it didn’t make sense to continue in the field since it did not align well with her value system.
That’s the short story. Karen would be happy to meet with you and tell you more if you wish, after first talking about your website needs, of course.
In the meantime, you can always look her up on LinkedIn.
In her former life Francoise was an accomplished actress, then for many years worked on home interior design, and now runs Surel Studio.
Surel Studio is a local graphic design studio focusing on original fabric designs and pillows. Francoise of Surel Studio also does graphic design for websites.
Terri is a seasoned graphic designer specializing in branding, graphic and web design. She works with clients to develop and fine tune their brand. With a team approach, strategies are created to promote and protect a client’s brand through web design, social media & printed materials. Her website is terridesign.com
Rosemary Dreger Carey
Rosemary Dreger Carey is a freelance writer at Copyrose.com, a communications resource for small to mid-size companies on Cape Cod and in Southeastern Massachusetts. With more more than 25 years of copywriting experience for Fortune, mid-size and small companies, she has found her sweet spot in writing for organizations with a green, renewable energy or sustainability message.
An ardent environmental advocate, Rosemary is a Climate Reality Project Leader and Mentor and an organizer with 350MA Cape Cod, raising awareness about the climate crisis and the solutions we can take to bring about a healthy, safe world for all. Rosemary lives in North Falmouth, Massachusetts.
Website: www.copyrose.com; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Twitter: @copyrose
Jim Goodnough has been a professional photographer for over 30 years, having started his business on Cape Cod in 1985. Jim specializes in all aspects of commercial / advertising photography, while also offering his services for weddings, glamour shots, fine art photography and family beach portraits. Jim studied all phases of photography at the Paramount Commercial Studios in Springfield MA.
Jim was the first photographer in the history of PPANE (Professional Photographers Association of New England) to receive a perfect score of 100 points in their print competition. The photograph then went on to become part of Kodak’s Loan Collection. Jim lives in a very cool house in Brewster on Cape Cod where he also has his studio.
You can see some of his excellent work on his website: http://www.goodnoughphotography.com
Galen Malicoat has a diverse background with over thirty years in the nonprofit sector, the entertainment industry, database design, and information technology. She is a librarian, a writer, and a consultant for home computer users, specializing on Macs. Initially dismayed by the introduction of electronic typewriters, she soon found her inner geek and hasn’t looked back.
KD Ryan has fifteen years of experience working in the nonprofit sector, with experience using technology to illustrate social impact, build on social capital, and craft messages which speak to both clients and the community. A Boston native, she has combed the beaches on the north shore, hunting for sea glass, shells, and yes, that elusive message in a bottle. As Social Techie, she strives to deliver that adventure to you and your community through creative content.
Creative communications have always been a part of the package for KD, between being a life-long photographer of candid shots, a licensed amateur radio operator, and a blogger for fun. You can find KD’s website at https://www.socialtechie.net/.