I found Robert when he was announced as the webmaster for the website of the prestigious New York-based Collectors Club, one of the premiere philatelic associations in the world. Our philatelic association, which specialized in the stamps of Ireland, was much smaller and losing members, and our old website was no help. Its design was antiquated, static, and our then webmaster took weeks to update it.
We retained Robert at the beginning of 2014, and our organization took an immediate leap forward. Robert encouraged us to publish our quarterly auctions on the site and helped us come up with a mechanism that makes it easy for our auction manager to upload dozens of auction lots to our site with the click of a button. We also created a members only side of the site, where members could log on and view membership lists. And of course, instead of resorting to our webmaster for updates, we can simply log in and update the site ourselves. Finally, we realized a long-established goal of having pdfs of back issues of our quarterly journal, the Revealer, available for download to the public.
The results have been noteworthy. Now, instead of declining, our membership is increasing. With the old site, I used to get an email inquiry once a year, maybe. Now I get an average of one a week from people interested in Irish Philately. What more can an organization ask from a website?
I can recommend Robert's services highly, not only as a website programmer, but also as a web strategist. He helped put the Eire Philatelic Association back on the map.