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Andrew and his company, HawkFeather Web Design, have been a indispensable part of the birthing of the North Kitsap Trails Association. His services as a web designer/computer expert have been very professional and fruitful for NKTA. He has always been there with great advice, too.
NKTA will be using Hawkfeather in the future for it's services for our growing Corporation's needs.
I do not hesitate to recommend him and his company.
North Kitsap Trails Association
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Monterey Machine Products & RATTworks
Thanks for the recent work on our website. Your original design is still effective for us, thank you for all your help when we first started in 2001. If it had been left up to me, I would still be stumbling around trying to decide what to do.
I also appreciate the rapid responses to my questions and requests for updates to the site. I know when I request anything, I will hear back from you within a few hours, more often than not I hear within the hour.
Please feel free to use my name as a reference should you have a need.
Rainier Anesthesia Associates
Kitsap Kitchen and Bath and Collins Homes Inc. have had the pleasure to work with Andrew MacMillen of HawkFeather Web Design for the past 6+ years. Andrew has provided us with great web design, internet presence and hosting services. His knowledge and creativity has helped our site gain more recognition and visits by perspective clients. We would highly recommend Andrew and will attest to his continued service, quality of product and dedication.
Kitsap Kitchen and Bath Co.
Andrew MacMillen of Hawkfeather Web Design has provided both design and hosting services for Washington Aerospace for over 10 years. And in an era when organizations change web designers frequently, “over 10 years” is a statement in and of itself. There is a reason for it.
Andrew provides an easy-to-navigate design that is simple in presentation yet provides access to numerous links and menu items. Information updates are handled very quickly. New item incorporations are done creatively and efficiently without any interruption to normal use of the site.
Washington Aerospace would recommend Hawkfeather Web Design to any organization wishing to create or update their website.
Andrew MacMillen of HawkFeather Web Design designed and implemented the website for the Kitsap Peninsula Mycological Society. He continues to host and support our site, and is a very knowledgeable source for all of our IT needs. He is currently upgrading our site to allow our members to register and pay dues on-line. He also has helped us greatly with software and computing needs.
Andrew's broad base of knowledge and practical outlook on getting the job done are a great asset to our organization.
Kitsap Peninsula Mycological Society
HawkFeather Web Design has consistently provided me with exceptional expertise and great responsiveness for my website needs! Highly recommended!
Cottage Grove, OR Sentinel - August 21, 1996
by Dan Kaye
Big guy with big ideas also has a big heart
Have I ever told you about my friend, Andrew? He didn't start out as my friend, you know. Here's the story about how he became my friend and an even better friend to the community.
About a year ago at the Library we were struggling to connect to the Internet. A group of people had worked together using older, reconditioned personal computers to create a local network in the Library. After a long period of time, connection to cyberspace was accomplished, but speed, reliability, and ease of use were a problem. Plus, a whole bunch of us were way down on the learning curve.
As a Library patron, Andrew had watched all this activity (we're a very small place, after all) with interest. One day he approached me and asked if he could volunteer to help us. It didn't take long to realize that he knew a lot more than most of us. So a new partnership was born. Over the next several months, Andrew gave focus to our project. He asked what the Library wanted to accomplish. We sat and mapped out how to get from here to there. Every time I talked to him I learned something new, different, or exciting about the Internet.
Andrew spent literally hundreds of hours working at our site putting our network together. He spent many more hours working on-line at home, often at times of the day most of us "normal" folk would consider "odd." I found out that he knew the hardware, as well as the software. He rebuilt some of our machines; he brought upgrades to our systems; he worked on information security issues with us; he performed trouble-shooting duties; he provided training to us; he was always available as a resource.
In November of last year, Andrew brought our homepage up on the Internet. By this spring, Andrew had redesigned the look of our homepage and is still changing, adding, and updating informational links. Today our Library's connection to the Internet is solid, and we probably have done all we can do with the old equipment that we have. In fact, when I meet with other library and technology people, they don't even believe that we've done what we've done. And we've done it all at little or no cost.
The question, of course, is why would one person put in such a Herculean effort on a project of this nature. It turns out my friend Andrew believes strongly in the free flow of information and was willing to put in quite an effort so that people in our community can have readily available access to that information. He believes, as I do, that everyone, even those of us in a small rural town in Oregon, should have the same access to information as do the folks in the big cities of our country. Right here in Cottage Grove, through our Library's connection to the Internet, we can reach out to the whole world. Andrew helped make this possible.
Did I mention that my friend Andrew is a big person? It's true, the big guy comes at you with big ideas, big opinions, and big knowledge. However, most of the time, I think of him as a fellow with a big heart. Yes, Andrew epitomizes what just one person can do to help his community. One person volunteering can make a difference. To me that makes him a big hero, my friend, the Library's webmaster, Andrew MacMillen.
Dan Kaye is the director of the city's public library.
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