Switchback Creative

Feature Partner: Trevor Rounce

June 28, 2015 | Business Journey

By Switchback Creative Team

Every now and then we need to take a minute to reflect on what we have accomplished and the teamwork that got us here. Check out this article, Small Start with a Big Heart, on how it all got started for Switchback Creative at airdrielife.com. But like so many business duos out there, there are two halves to Switchback Creative. Two brains at work complementing each other, two perspectives and skill sets. Trevor and Suzy often blur into all realms of marketing, branding, web development and design. Let’s take a second to get to know Trevor a bit better…

Trevor Rounce – Co-Owner, Web Developer

“I’ve worn many hats and done many different things in my life, but web design is where my passion lies. I love to learn and stay up to date with the ever changing world of web development. You miss a moment in this field and you miss a lot! There is always a new way of doing things, or a new technique that someone just came up with and I love keeping up with everything!

I’ve worn many hats and done many different things in my life, but web design is where my passion lies.

From my early years of playing competitive hockey, to leading and working with teams of up to 70 people on huge projects, I know what it takes to be a team player and have the experience to get the job done. Mix that with the fact that I absolutely love what I do and you’ve got someone who will always go the extra mile to make your website soar and fit all your company’s needs.

Great websites are built from the ground up, they are built around the company’s look and feel…the company’s brand. I don’t believe in trying to make your company fit into a template, that’s why each and every website we build here at Switchback is from the ground up. It is built just for your business, to make your business the best it can be. If you feel like I’m speaking your language and you have a project in mind let’s chat. I love fresh coffee and craft beer equally, so you pick the poison, as they say.”