I’m Terry – Artist
I have been designing websites since 2001. You can spend a lot on a poorly designed website or you can take a look at Spunky Design. An award-winning Canadian Journalist and photographer, Terry listens, and builds websites that are driven by content.
Spunky Design places a premium on your needs and builds your website according to your needs.It ain’t rocket science . . . but it’s close. We’re joking, of course. It’s more like brain surgery.
Two decades in, Terry and Spunky Design continue to design stunning websites that remain mobile and tablet friendly.
Branding & Logo
Adobe Suite. That’s what we use to create stunning visual concepts including images, graphics and logo design.
Terry Gavan is an award-winning journalist and photographer. Content is the prime driver of any successful website. You need a writer schooled in the art of making your content cogent and marketable.
Built From Scratch
We use Divi for almost all of our website design projects. Scratch builds are an option, but they cost more.
Choose a Premade Template
Choose your own template? If you are invested in a template? I can make it happen.
Maintenance & Updates
I can maintain your website at a set annual or monthly stipend.
We run on trusted developmental templates that you can view in real time. We listen, we strategize and we build the website that you or your company can be proud to own. Spunky Design websites work, because they are built with integrity.
- 40 years as a Reporter and Editor
- 20 years as a Web Editor
- 22 years as a Web Designer
- 35 years experience with Adobe Design
- 20 years Video Editing
- 25 years with InDesign
- 32 years with Photoshop
- BA, University of Manitoba, Political Studies
- Fleming College, Web Design
- Durham College, Web Design
- Fleming College, Photoshop
- Best Feature Award CCNA
- Best News Award CCNA
- Above and Beyond AT&T
- Instructor of the Year, Sir Sam’s Ski and Bike
- Instructor of the Year, Dagmar Ski Resort
- Panorama Performer Award
- Employee of the Month, Fairmont Hot Springs