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Last month, the new design of milevalue.com went live, and I walked through some of the changes in “MileValue Looks Different.”

The team behind the design was Third Harbor, specifically Tyler and Emily.

Tyler has a lot of experience in the field, but this specific company is new, and he was too busy working on several client projects to get his own website up until now. This is how Tyler explained to me what Third Harbor is:

My new company is called ‘Third Harbor’ (http://www.thirdharbor.com). We help non-technical founders plan, develop, and launch technical projects, apps, companies, and websites. Our work largely falls into three categories: design and development, Minimum Viable Product creation, and web presence management.

In addition to our roles as designers and developers, we also function much like a film producer. We manage the needs of each project as they arise, and save our clients the trouble of finding, vetting, and managing individual contractors.

That’s me. A non-technical founder.

I’m putting this post out to get as free advertisement for Third Harbor because I am happy with their work.

I’m happy with how MileValue looks, really happy with the level of responsiveness during the planning stages, transition, and putting out post-transition fires. I definitely recommend Third Harbor to anyone.

Tyler and I started with my ideas, and he figured out how to implement them. Third Harbor can do the same for you.

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