About Keegan Lanier
Keegan has spent his entire life creating. It all started with legos and grew into websites early in junior high. The early days were passion in it's purest form mixing website design with the World Wrestling Federation and Rollercoasters. Keegan learned to code websites from scratch (basic HTML) and was soon more interested in building the website than updating content the sites were originally designed to support. Fast forward to college and Myspace was king! Do you remember myspace and the abundance of horrible site overlays with flashing graphics and flames? Keegan spent time working with bands to make the exact opposite of those overlays. Today Keegan works with brands who want to upgrade their digital presence with a website design that is functional, clean and represents their brand.
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"Keegan went above and beyond to design the ultimate website for me. He was incredibly easy to work with, creative with new ideas, and awesomely skilled in the tools of the trade."
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Create Social Media Content Quickly
It’s easy to create social media content in minutes using adobe spark post. Things are increasingly difficult to do as you build business, expand sales and increase community awareness of your brand. Social media content can be the vehicle to get you noticed, but a time will come when you have to much actual work to get done. The thing that got you there won’t be the priority it once was because of the amount of time needed to create content. I’m here to let you know about an app that…read more
If you want to create instagram content, please understand that it doesn’t have to consume all of your time. Finding tools that help speed up your workflow is key. Wordswag is one of the tools I use to create instagram content on the go…read more
When I was in high school I saw someone who was growing their hair out to donate and it stayed in the back of my mind until early in 2016. At that point, I decided I would let my hair grow to experience the process. Their was a lot of craziness during the process. Some cool stages and some really ugly stages…read more
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