Sometimes you need help with a project from someone who's done it before. Another pair of eyes can help you spot a problem that has been taking time and resources. We've been doing web-based development work since the early days of the web and continue to do it today. Here are some of the services we offer. Contact us if you'd like to discuss these or other consulting options.
We work with you to come up with a rough idea of what you want in your web site. We then work with a group of graphic artists to come up with a graphic composite of the site (one or more) and then eventually turn that into a functional web site.
Instead of trying to reinvent the wheel on your own, let us help you with your project. Whether you're at the beginning or knee-deep in the middle, we can help you keep your project on track.
Ask An Expert
If you or your team need help once in a while, our Ask An Expert service might be what you need. You can contact us by phone or e-mail and get an answer to your developers' questions. If you need more extensive answers, we can provide code samples or other related resources to help you with your challenges.
Microsoft .NET Development
Since the initial release in 2001, Northstar Computer Systems has focused exclusively on Microsoft .NET development. We've done projects for clients both small and large and have been able to take advantage of a wide range of features in .NET to create powerful applications.
Need help getting started with your project? We can help you choose the right architecture for your project, using a combination of starter kits and proven, custom-written code building blocks.
Writing good technical documentation requires a broad set of skills beyond just knowledge of the product. Adjusting documentation to the level of the reader or user is one of our specialties, and we've created help files, articles, system documentation and training materials for clients worldwide. In addition, Eric Smith, president of Northstar Computer Systems, has written or contributed to a number of books covering various Microsoft technologies.