Location: United States
An Internet pioneer, award-winning Web site developer, editor and writer Reesa Marchetti began writing HTML (Web code) for Prodigy's online magazine, Living Digital, in 1995. That was the year the World Wide Web first became widely available to the public. Soon after, with a nod to her musical roots, Reesa created the "COol MOther's Philly Music" site. In 1996, Reesa started Spideree Web Design (now known as Sheer Web Designâ?¢) to meet the growing demand for Web site services. She stays up to date in this evolving field, and has: â?¢ Multimedia and HTML experience. â?¢ Search engine optimization skills. â?¢ Web marketing and e-commerce expertise. â?¢ Webmaster and Dreamweaver certificates from N.J. Institute of Technology. â?¢ Advanced Photoshop, Graphic Design and Flash training. With previous experience as a newspaper editor, Reesa works with her staff to create and manage winning Web content for a number of high-profile clients. More recently, she developed Relive the '80s, a multimedia tribute to the new-wave punk-rock music scene in Philadelphia. Reesa and her staff combine creative design skills with Web marketing, coding and search engine know-how to develop sites that not only look good, but also function well. And she still plays her original pop punk electronic music in the Philadelphia area under the name "Reesa B."