Kyle O’Hare has been working in the internet development trade for over 18 years and is also the owner of ValveFX , a boutique electronics and engineering group that makes electric guitar related equipment.
Kyle is also one of the founding members of UnBoxedIt ; an internet review company as well as one of the original logo and website designers for Turin Networks, later sold to a large fortune 500 corporation and a great financial success.
He also helped design and code for the pioneering live streaming website JustinTV in the early years and additionally built several portable “full size” streaming computers built into rugged tool boxes, one of them known simply as the dewalt PC.
Kyle has also donated his time and efforts to non profit organizations such as the National Eye Foundation and the Coeur d’Alene Symphony orchestra.
With a broad knowledge of graphics design, internet marketing and SEO, E-Commerce, PHP, WordPress, Drupal and Joomla — Kyle O’Hare is the perfect “swiss army knife” for your small business or organization to achieve and visualize the most effective internet business strategy.
Kyle lives in a lovely tree lined golf community called Morgan Creek, in Roseville CA. He has two dogs, Kevin a yellow lab and Cody an old 15 year pit bull mix. Kyle enjoys playing music, reading non fiction and working on classic and rare foreign cars. As a member of both Land Rover clubs, Jaguar clubs, and Mercedes Benz clubs over the years – he has always had an avid interest in vehicles and automotive history. Kyle also enjoys fine art, red wine and his collection of custom guitars and tube amplifiers.
Just a couple of quotes from our loyal clients:
“Kyle has worked for us in a creative as well as support capacity for the last 6 years and has been a tremendous asset to our organization.” – Bill C.
“Kyle O’Hare is one of the best in the industry. His skills are top notch and he makes our business look great. ” – Karen T.
“As a web developer, I strive to make my clients successful in their online venture and will not stop working tirelessly until they are both a financial and technical success. “- Kyle O’Hare