Hello, my name is Katya and I’m the designer behind The Katz Corner.

I began college at the age of 13, and after graduating with my Associates Degree, I decided to pursue a bachelors in Web Development. I started this company after graduating in 2009 and have been working ever since.

What I love most about web design is the creative process. When clients begin to talk to me about their business, I have the opportunity to see into their world and take part in their journey. I get to help them explore all the ways their business could grow in the e-universe. Also, I always learn on every project and I love that.

If you have any questions at all, or would like feedback on your current site, please do not hesitate to reach out. My e-mail is: [email protected]

Services & Skills

Below are some of the services I offer. Although, if you need something else outside of this list, feel free to talk to me about it. If I am not able, I am sure I can find someone who could assist!

  • Web Design / Development
  • Logo Design
  • Print Designs
  • SEO
  • HTML5, CSS3, PHP, Javascript
  • WordPress CMS
  • Mobile Responsive
  • E-commerce
  • Email Campaigns
  • Analytics & Tracking

In regards to pricing, I like to customize it based on the project. Generally, I will give an estimate for the project, which is a set price we agree upon and any extra additions or add-ons will be charged per hour

Giving To Charities, One Design At A Time

Rapha House (https://raphahouse.org/)Once a year, I take the sum of what The Katz Corner made and donate 5% to a charity of my choice. I may not be out there saving the world, but I hope I can still help people, one design at a time. This year (2017), I decided to donate to an organization called “Rapha House” (https://raphahouse.org/).

“Rapha House is a public benefit 501c3 nonprofit committed to ending the trafficking and sexual exploitation of children. Founded in 2003, Rapha House continues to rescue and rehabilitate children, while bringing them to lasting freedom. Love • Rescue • Heal is more than a slogan to us. It’s a way of life at Rapha House.

We are Christians who take seriously the Scripture that reads: “Dear children, let us not love with words or speech but with actions and in truth” (1 John 3:18). And it is with compassion energized and sustained by love that we act on behalf of victimized children wherever we find them.

Though we are committed Christians, we offer aid without requiring those that we help to embrace our faith. When Jesus fed the 5,000, he did not withhold from those who refused to believe. He gave freely, and so do we.”