About the Web Designer

Oddo is an independent web designer in Austin, Texas, who creates, customizes, and maintains WordPress websites for growing businesses of all types and sizes. Since 1995.

Each website (or website customization) is meticulously designed and developed to help you achieve your desired results— whether it’s maximizing online conversions; creating an engaging customer experience; improving your content management workflow; protecting your site from hackers; or all of the above and more.

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New Websites


Get a new, one-of-a-kind website that’s thoughtfully designed to meet your strategic objectives; differentiate your products and/or services; and deliver an exceptional user experience.

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Website Customization


Get your existing website user-experience-optimized to improve conversion rates; reduce visitors’ frustration; and improve your workflow. From complete makeovers, to custom landing pages; custom graphics; and more.

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WordPress Maintenance


Get your website hardened and monitored to protect against security threats; have WordPress and plugins safely updated on a regular basis; and ensure rapid access to fresh, offsite backups for a rainy day.

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WordPress Support


Supplement your in-house capabilities with support from a U.S.-based WordPress pro— whether you need to migrate to a new web host; bring a downed website back to life; one-on-one WordPress training; consulting; etc.

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Website Audits

Hire an experienced web designer to uncover critical weaknesses in your current website. These comprehensive audits assess the condition of your website and conclude with a consultation. In many cases, you may not even need a developer to make the recommended improvements.

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Featured Work


Walker County Ace Hardware

Texas Security & Surveillance

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FAST and Mobile-friendly

All Oddo websites are custom-designed using a lean, high-performance, mobile-friendly, built-exclusively-for-WordPress framework called ThemeOddo. This framework also speeds up the design and development processes, and in most cases, renders the use of predesigned Themes (a.k.a., templates) pointless.

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Recent Articles

In Design:

Measuring Engagement: Bounce Rates and Why They Matter

When a visitor leaves your website after viewing just one page, it’s called a “bounce”. Your “bounce rate” may be an indicator of a poor user experience, which can lead to frustrated visitors; poor conversion rates; and less search traffic. Let’s take a look.

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