Your Web Pro founder Steven Carr had an idea in 2005. He wanted to create and service websites for local small businesses in a way that was cost-effective and user friendly. From that idea, Your Web Pro LLC has grown from one person in the garage (really) into a team of website developers, graphic designers, search engine optimization specialists, and social media managers who work hard to provide the best web design services in Lubbock. Our customers are in almost every industry and they span the USA – with a few around the world!
Your Web Pro has gone from a single idea and single person to a dedicated team of professionals with diverse skills that are essential to different parts of website building. While many of our clients are local to Texas and New Mexico and its surrounding areas, we work with businesses near and far, from our own neighbors to a few international clients. Much of our communication can be done through email and phone calls, so if you aren’t local to Lubbock, don’t worry. Get in touch – we would love to hear from you!
The Big Difference
We have found that one of the things that makes Your Web Pro different from most and helps us work efficiently and cohesively is that we are a local team. Day in and day out, we are together in our shared office space rather than at home or in a coffee shop working from a virtual office. While this may work for others, we believe we work best when we are able to collaborate closely, bounce questions and ideas off one another, and work as a team. You can count on someone to be available to visit when you stop by. It is important to us to have a physical presence in our community and for our customers to be able to drop in when they have an issue or would like to discuss their website. We work hard to build websites that will not only look great, but will also help your business grow.
We’re Not Going Anywhere
Unless the Internet disappears and online advertising and marketing become obsolete, we do not plan on going anywhere. Our mission is to provide you with a strong, organized solution that works to fit you and your business’s needs to help boost your business. It is our pleasure to work alongside our clients to ensure that you get what you are looking for. We will not settle for less than the best. How can we work with you?
Meet the Team
Steven J. Carr
President, Web Developer
With over 20 years of experience in building websites and exploring the design and development world, I have seen almost everything. It is from this base, an ability to figure out complex problems, and a dedication to giving my clients the best possible product that I started Your Web Pro. Outside of the office I do tinker with technology, but you will usually find me outside running a spinning reel, chainsaw, or tractor.
Personal Website: stevenjcarr.com
Call: 806-771-5022 x 1001
Web & Graphic Designer
Bethany graduated from South Plains College in 2005 with an associates degree in applied sciences. She has worked in the graphic design field for more than nine years. She is the mother of two boys and a girl. A Lubbock, native, Bethany graduated from New Deal High School in 2003. She enjoys photography, sewing and gardening in her spare time.
Personal site: annabeecrafts.com
Call: 806-771-5022 x 1004
Web & Digital Media Designer
Troy Farley occupies the role Office Manager handling all things office, billing, and communications. He is 27 years old and has spent the majority of his life in Lubbock, Texas. He runs a fan page on Instagram for the video game Assassin’s Creed. He’s also a Star Player for the video game company Ubisoft. He has lots of tattoos, and a cat photography business called “Troy’s Cat Gallery”.
Personal Site: troyscatgallery.com
Call: 806-771-5022 x 1003
Content & Social Media Manager
Bailey works as a web content, social media, and SEO manager. Born and raised right outside Lubbock, she graduated from Texas A&M University in 2019 with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication. In her spare time, she loves reading, surfing and wakeboarding at the lake, tagging her friends in memes, and writing.
Call: 806-771-5022 x 1006
Forever our resident genius
Adam Rodriguez was born on May 11, 1993, to Edward and Mary Lou Corona Rodriguez in Lubbock, Texas. He graduated from Coronado High School in May of 2012. Adam received scholarships from the Byron Martin Advanced Technology Center and graduated from South Plains College in December 2016. Adam passed away on May 17, 2019.
He worked at Your Web Pro since 2014 as a Web Developer and Server Administrator. He was our “Resident Genius” because of his problem solving abilities. The running joke was that when we encountered a problem, Adam actually fixed it last week before we even knew it existed.
Adam was also very active at his home church Holy Spirit Catholic Church. As a young boy, he started altar serving. Later, at the age of 13, he began helping produce the church directories. He continued to help his church by volunteering to run audio and visuals during mass services. He would also help every year with Footsteps in Faith Conferences. Adam also assisted with his father taking photos for different events that would take place at church.
Adam loved doing many different activities. He enjoyed bowling with family and friends, playing video games, creating YouTube videos, traveling, and using technology to create different forms of art. Adam was very fortunate to have the career he always wanted. What he loved the most was coding and seeing the final project.
Adam was an amazing man. To his family, the most amazing thing about him was how big his heart was, how much love he gave, and he will continue to give.
Survivors include his parents, Edward Adam and Mary Lou Rodriguez; sister, Jessica Corona Rodriguez, paternal grandparents, Inocente “Chente” Rodriguez, paternal grandmother, Lydia Sanchez, maternal grandfather , Mike Corona, maternal grandmother, Marianita Soto, uncle, Adrian Rodriguez and wife, Kara; aunts, Diana Reyes, Angela Corona, Sandy Corona; uncle, Miguel Corona and wife, Patricia. He is also survived by numerous cousins.
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