His leadership keeps projects on schedule and fosters collaboration among designers, developers and the client. He champions a process that results in websites that power clients’ long-term goals. He has overseen the development of more than 50 web projects in this role.
“Everything starts with understanding the client’s business challenges and objectives and how we can best address those,” he says.
Patrick played a key role in our work with Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport (ECP), which opened in 2010. Moore strengthened the ECP brand with an updated logo, messaging, ad campaigns and a new website. The airport now has a recognized brand and continues to grow with steady increases in passenger enplanements.
His efforts also contributed to major cost savings for Shelly, Middlebrooks & O’Leary Inc., an insurance wholesaler. Moore created a digital solution for one of the company’s largest administrative tasks, which had previously been handled on paper. As a result, the client will save thousands of dollars in printing costs. The company’s website, also developed by Moore, won an industry award for best insurance wholesaler website.
A native of Perry, Florida, Patrick now lives in Tallahassee and serves the community as a board member of the Big Bend Homeless Coalition. He and his wife have two young daughters. With two toddlers about, there isn’t much time for unwinding, but on the weekends, you can find Patrick firing up the grill for barbecue chicken, his specialty.