Let's build something together

What we do

Custom
Web Apps

Whatever your vision is, we will help you realize it. Our projects run the gamut from custom built, from-the-ground-up apps to existing website customization and improvement.

Front-End Development

We’ll bring your designs to life with an attention to detail and appreciation for quality that is our hallmark. We build fully responsive layouts to ensure a smooth customer experience.

Affordable eCommerce

Have a product to share with the world? Shopify is our ecommerce solution of choice. We focus on theme customization and app integrations, but we’ll help you set up your store as well.

Premium
Web Hosting

We take the pain out of looking for the proper web hosting. You can host with us — and we’ll customize your hosting package precisely to your needs — or we’ll help you find the perfect host.

Testimonials

From discerning clients

One of the best developers that I have worked with. I definitely plan to work with her again on future projects. Fast, competent, reliable, and honest.

Zach Lester

Project Manager, Burman Printing

We now have a website that I am proud to share, and the response to its clean look and ease-of-use has been 100% positive.

Cindy Butler

Executive Director, Unmarried Equality

A fantastic programmer with a sense of ownership. She doesn’t look to others to solve problems, she is the solver. Have worked with her for quite a while and look forward to continuing with her.

Shaye Larsen

Founder & CEO, Fabuso

About Rainworks

Rainworks Web Development is a woman owned and operated firm that specializes in website and web app development. We focus on building high-quality products with an appreciation for detail and craftsmanship often missing in the industry. In particular, we like to work on Javascript-based web apps, Ruby on Rails apps, and Shopify ecommerce stores (and the occasional WordPress website). We are committed to good communication, honesty, and successful project completion.

Kelly Carter

Kelly Carter

Owner

Kelly Carter is a versatile web developer based in Seattle, Washington, specializing in front-end development, but with a broad skill-set including back-end technologies and database design. She has worked with clients all over the world. Kelly has a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Information Technology and is a veteran in the web industry.

Kelly originally founded Rainworks to keep skills she wasn’t using in her day job up to date by doing freelance work. She now focuses entirely on Rainworks, while working with other experts in graphic design, copywriting, marketing, search engine optimization, and video editing and production.

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Before we go…

A few parting thoughts

Changes for Rainworks

It certainly has been quiet around here. The past year and a half have been very busy for me (and Rainworks!) as I've gone through some significant changes in my personal life, as well as some shifts in my professional life. Blogging was one of the first things to...
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WordPress Posts vs. Pages

What is the difference between a Post and Page? It's one of the most common questions I get while building a WordPress site for a business owner. Let's explore the differences (and similarities), and when you might use one or the other. What are Posts? A Post is often...
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Is email from your website getting marked as spam?

Transactional emails typically refer to the emails that your website send out that are administrative in nature and are sent after a certain event has occurred: new user registration, password resets, order confirmations, shipping notifications, and on and on. They...
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What is PCI Compliance?

You're likely aware of the upswing in security breaches and hacker activity in the news lately. Many of these breaches result in a loss of customers' personal or credit card information. In 2006, the five major credit card companies — American Express, Discover,...
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Google is reranking mobile websites. Are you ready?

By now, you have probably heard that Google will be shifting their indexing algorithm to take mobile-friendliness into account when ranking a website. Mobile-friendly sites will see an increase in ranking, while unfriendly sites will see a decrease. This is a pretty...
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