Steven Marshall is from Montreal. He earned a Bachelor of Business Administration from Concordia University in 1993. Three weeks after graduation, he moved to Vancouver.
Until 2001, he had a business administration career and was creating spreadsheets and databases to increase productivity for his colleagues and himself.
He created standards-compliant websites and he researched and developed database-driven web applications using MVC frameworks following high-level programming guidelines.
From 2008 until 2013, he was employed as a full-time software engineer with two software firms and self-employed as an I.T. consultant.
He started Nevvix Technology Inc. in July 2013. He worked on projects at Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company, Best Buy Canada and the University of British Columbia.
With an uncommon, broad understanding of both I.T. and business, his specialty is to create software solutions that meet business goals and reduce maintenance costs over time.
Redesigned nevvix.com to include background video on each page. Used the Responsive framework.
Launched the nevvix.com responsive website in December 2015.
Created a PHP plugin that creates a custom social media icon bar without iframes or spying analytics.
Available on GitHub: https://github.com/nevvix/smi
Launched the smi plugin and its web page in November 2015.
Launched the Responsive Web Design by Nevvix sales page in July 2015.
An increase in web traffic from mobile devices in Europe prompted an update of CinqueTerre.hu and CinqueTerre-travel.com using the Bootstrap responsive design framework, the Flickr API, the Fotorama image gallery plugin along with Nevvix's own web framework.
Launched the new responsive version of CinqueTerre-travel April 2015.
The Victorian Hotel website is now viewable on mobile devices.
Transferred Victorian Hotel website to WordPress with a responsive theme. Adapted the CSS styles to match the legacy website's colours and fonts. Implemented the Fotorama image gallery plugin. Created a new full-width image front page with slideshow.
Launched the new responsive version of Victorian Hotel December 2014.
The stemar.net blog will be launched in 2016. The blog platform used is the Grav flat-file CMS.