Jonathan Tweedy

Carrboro, North Carolina, United States

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Jonathan Tweedy

This isn't just a job. I immensely enjoy what I do, and with every project I take on, I learn a little more about myself.

Originally from Greensboro North Carolina, I moved to Bloomington Indiana to study Germanic Linguistics. I veered off course and enrolled in the Indiana University School of Library and Information Science, where I earned a Masters Degree in Information Science. I have since moved back to NC, and currently work as a Senior Web Developer at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. I have been freelancing since 2002, and have more recently formed a business called Triangle Web Tech, with the hope of serving the niche web design, IT training and application development needs of small businesses and academic units.

Founded: 2002

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If you're not sure that my services are right for you, it won't cost you a thing to have a chat about it. All initial consultations are absolutely free, and I'll even buy you a coffee while we chat about your goals and whether I might be able to help you reach them.


Work is typically priced based on an hourly rate of $80 per hour, which is then augmented to cover additional expenses like travel, outsourced work, or new software licenses.

When we first talk, I will provide a ballpark estimate of how much the project might cost. If that number sounds realistic, then I will then draft a more formal proposal, broken down into minimum and maximum quotes for incremental billable stages of the project. Payment will be expected promptly after each stage of work is delivered to the client's satisfaction. Depending on the scope and/or up-front costs, some payment may be requested in advance. This is not typical, but if it is necessary, it will be made clear in advance and included in the contract.


Any travel required can be negotiated. I am happy to travel to remote clients for larger projects and collaborative work, but may ask for compensation for travel costs, depending on the size, nature and scope of the project. Google Hangouts and Skype are also terrific ways to work together over a distance.


Clients are usually expected to pay after the delivery of a completed product or incremental stage of delivery. Services that take many hours to complete will be charged in manageable increments, so that the client has the opportunity to review and approve the work done so far, after which an invoice will be sent. This pricing scheme is advantageous to both the developer and the client: It allows me the flexibility to maintain a manageable workload for clients while ensuring client satisfaction with the deliverables that they pay for.