Alliteration Applications (with logo)

Several years ago I created the brand Alliteration Applications. The name comes from my own name being alliteration: Ryan Robinson.

Initially I made some WordPress websites on a freelance basis, as well as dabbled in BlackBerry 10 mobile application development. The app development efforts did not last long (much like BlackBerry 10), but I continued to do freelance website work on an occasional basis even as I had full-time employment elsewhere.

My portfolio has since expanded, both with wider website-related skills and into Microsoft 365 where I have helped small clients with tasks such as email migrations, account setup, tutorials on the use of Teams, designing SharePoint sites, and more.


Rev. Scott Brubaker-Zehr

Ryan worked with us to develop our new website. He was very responsive and did an excellent job.

Dan Matwey

Ryan is very skilled at what he does, offering excellent value for the quality of product I received. Since I focus on a somewhat unique market as a Financial Advisor, I was especially impressed with Ryan`s ability to remain open minded and able to adapt my vision into a site that my clients and prospects find informative, engaging and easy to navigate. Feel free to visit to see what he did for me, but I`d certainly recommend him to anyone.

Rev. Timothy Vickery

Our committee on campus ministry hired Ryan to develop a website for our mission at Queen’s University. It was a good decision to do so.

Ryan demonstrated professionalism on every level.  He was courteous, kept his commitments and entirely lived up to our expectations. He was well organized, communicated well and accomplished his tasks in a timely manner. The project was completed on schedule and on budget. While he definitely has expertise in web-design, rather than discussing all technical matters with the client, he communicated with us mostly about matters where real decisions were required, thus sparing us all the extraneous details.

In addition to developing the website he also instructed us in how we could maintain it to keep it up to date. This training was invaluable.