Minimizing the chaos of the web
Minimal Chaos was born out of our struggle to restore just a little bit of order and sanity to our crazy lives as working parents. It’s kind of a long story, which you can read on our separate blog here.
The process of creating a website can be crazy, scary, chaotic, and confusing. But it doesn’t have to be.
We help you establish clear, effective communication because that’s what gets results. We create user experiences that are easy and intuitive because when you confuse, you lose.
We work closely with you and share our wisdom based on years of experience. We empower you with the skills and knowledge to take your web presence into your own hands.
Evan is a native San Diegan with a passion for good surf, good Mexican food, and good websites. He has been working with the web since before Y2K, and has run is own business creating websites since 2009.
He grew up skateboarding and has been warning Daniella for years that he will build a halfpipe in their backyard for his 40th birthday. He’s also (slooowly) working on material for his ukulele punk rock cover band, Hot Dog Vomit. He promises you’re gonna hate it!
Daniella is a former higher education administrator who, until recently, worked full-time at a local university. She is now putting her communication skills to work helping small business owners and non-profits clarify their message on the web.
She enjoys running (or “more like jogging” as she puts it) and watching Top Chef during that tiny window of time in which she has control over the TV.
About this website
This website was built using the WordPress content management system. It’s running a custom Genesis child theme and is hosted on WP Engine (Evan’s web host of choice these days).