Web Designer Columbia MO
Monica Maye Pitts
Monica is the creative force and founder of MayeCreate. She has a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture with an emphasis in Economics, Education and Plant Science from the University of Missouri. Monica possesses a rare combination of design savvy and technological know-how. Her clients know this quite well. Her passion for making friends and helping businesses grow gives her the skills she needs to make sure that each client, or friend, gets the attention and service he or she deserves.
Stacy has a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Education from the University of Missouri. Stacy is the Project Manager and Account Service Representative for all projects and aids in office coordination. She possesses an innate talent for communicating with people as well as planning. Her bubbly personality and positive attitude provide her with the ability to successfully connect with all types of clients.
Tyler is a designer originally from Northern Missouri, specifically a small town called Savannah, but we don’t hold that against him. He has his Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design from the University of Central Missouri, and he isn’t afraid to use it. Besides that, he’s good at cracking a joke, likes to keep things light-hearted and enjoys long walks on the beach.
Tim is a web designer/developer from St. Louis. He is a transplant to Columbia via Milwaukee, Baltimore and Boston. He has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Southeast Missouri State University. Although he is not a small town kid, he fits in quite well at MayeCreate Design. He is ready to put his eye for design and his knowledge of technology to work for you.
Valerie recently earned a dual degree from the University of Missouri in Journalism and Spanish. Now she’s continuing her education as a grad student at Mizzou, working towards earning a master’s degree in Strategic Communication. Her craving for opportunities to be creative and her skill for writing drive her in school and at work. Her innate ability to connect with new people and uncover common interests helps her build trusting relationships with co-workers and clients alike. Having spent a semester living abroad in Pamplona, Spain (no, she didn’t run with the bulls but she plans to one day), she enjoys adventuring out in search of new experiences and immersing herself in foreign cultures. Val considers a perfect day to be one spent outside running around or going on a hike with her spunky puppy, Hildy.
Tranquility has been meeting and exceeding your expectations in the Columbia and Jefferson City areas since 1997 by offering personal and timely technical support, free of cost to you, our valued and esteemed customers. When you call us for help, we won’t put you on hold or transfer you to an automated voice system. We want to solve whatever the problem may be, and we want to do it with character, not computerization.
We respect that question, although if asked in the wrong tone of voice it can be construed as insulting. We believe our upbringing and experience will really come in handy for you.
Small town kids and farmers are really good at the same thing…creativity.
Small town kids don’t have movie theaters, festivals every weekend and concerts to entertain them all year long. They have to get really creative to entertain themselves, not to mention they work and play with the same 20 people all day every day. They’re creative enough to get along with others while getting the job done and to have fun without alienating or ticking off their peers.
If you think a web designer’s job is hard, imagine being a farmer.
When something goes wrong in a website, we can read the code to determine the best course of action to fix the problem. When a farmer’s crop isn’t growing or an animal is sick, neither the plant nor the livestock will allow him to turn it inside out and examine the guts of the situation to fix the issue. A farmer, much like a marketing professional, must examine all angles and get creative to find his answers. We advocate our job is easier than theirs; generally our target market talks back.
Maybe keeps the office atmosphere lighthearted. She loves things that squeak and is impossibly patient with her office mates. Her design skills are limited, but she’s a wonderful greeter, unless you’re the postman…
Roxie is a Pointer mix from the Humane Society. She has tons of energy, loves pettings and has the perfect positive attitude to keep all of MayeCreate in good spirits during her shift.
As one of few men in the office, Steve keeps the gals in check, asking very little in return. He burns if he gets to much sun, so he stays up front to greet all who come in the office.
It is with heavy hearts but accepting spirits that we inform you all of the passing of our fish, Noname. He died on Tuesday, November 17, 2009 with a froth on his fin and a smile on his face. His death came as a shock to us all, but Noname lived like no other fish could: with valor, passion, and a zest for life that we all admired. We will remember him always; while he hadn’t a proper title, he had a proper place here in the MayeCreate family that will never be forgotten.