Hello and welcome to Kuja Design the web presence of Tim Maxwell. There are three main purposes to this web site.
First and foremost, Kuja Design is my online portfolio: a place for friends and potential employers to learn more about me and my work. If you're visiting for this purpose, please feel free to look over my resumé examine the web sites and graphics that I've built, and find out a little more about me.
Secondly, this site is a means to offer an extensive array of services to you. If you are in need of any web, graphic, or photo-related service, I invite you to browse my services section. I have expertise in web design/development, graphic design, photo restoration/retouching, and much more. I'm confident that you'll find my services to be extremely flexible and, above all, affordable.
Finally, this web site acts my personal home page. Thus, you'll find a photo gallery containing the majority of the pictures I've taken since purchasing a digital camera, and other small touches that define my interestes.
When I went shopping for a domain name to host this web site, I wanted to find something short, catchy, and easy-to-remember. As you may or may not know, four-letter domain names aren't easy to come by these days, so when I saw that kuja.net was available, I jumped on it.
The banner graphic that you see on the top of every page is a culmination of my interests. The Colorado Avalanche logo on the left signifies my enjoyment of hockey, and more specifically, the Colorado Avalanche. The graphic of the eye on the right side of the image is part of the logo for Adobe Photoshop, a graphic design software package that I enjoy using. In fact, much of this site was created using Photoshop. Finally, the mountains in the background are part of a photograph I took in Estes Park, Colorado. Photography is another of my favorite pasttimes.
Thank you for stopping by and I hope you enjoy the site. Please direct any comments/suggestions/inquiries to email@example.com.
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