Hi, I’m Miles Franklin
Hello, my name is Miles Franklin.
I began adult life flipping burgers and taking names. While in restaurants I managed inventories, finances, employees and honed my customer service talents. I did this all before turning 23 and always with a smile.
I started doing web design when I tired of grills and hot ovens. I’m a multidisciplinary content writer and front-end developer. I’m self-taught, self-motivated and driven by a burning desire to do better.
My greatest strength is my ability to learn multiple subjects and integrate my knowledge to produce better solutions. My work ethic enables me to help companies and businesses grow with minimal overhead. Since I can fulfill multiple roles, I can assist wherever needed. Lastly, my own passion for learning helps me to continue growing my skills year after year.
I am a graduate of Denison University, class of ’13. I am married to Katherine Franklin, the greatest human being I know, my intellectual partner, the love of my life, and the person who keeps me going. I’m also a proud father.
In my free time, I spend time with my family and teach myself how to draw.
How Can You Best Describe Me?
Descriptions are important and it’s crucial to own your narrative. As an individualist, I believe in being defined primarily by what you do and the virtues you chose.
I’ve been married for five years and my marriage has made me a better man.
Becoming a father is the type of challenege which improves the mind and elevates the soul.
The purpose of life is to pursue moral excellence. By focusing on virtue, I can become the best version of myself.
Writing is my passion. I love crafting stories and creating worlds through eloquent manipulation of words.
I started coding because I wanted to create a web comic. Today, I know multiple languages and can craft a website from beginning to end.
In my spare time, I like to draw. My favorite subject is people and I like to focus on making new characters.
My Work Portfolio
I’ve written a few thousand words and built a few websites. Here is some recent work.
“Nothing ever comes to one, that is worth having, except as a result of hard work.”
– Booker T. Washington