“Over the past few years, it’s been a pleasure working with Trevor Tang, NeoStar Design, for my website needs. Trevor provides professional service with the utmost patience and integrity. His contributions to my company’s Marketing has become a valuable asset to my success.” — Kathy Amendola : Cruisin’ the Castro Walking Tours, Owner
“Thanks again for all your creativity and design talent! Everyone compliments on the uniqueness of my business card and letterhead” — Kim Ratcliff, Pop Culture Writer
“I have known Trevor for a long time. Well, since he was in college, as a matter of fact. I was first very impressed with Trevor’s exquisite taste of food and fine things. I learned about his design talents when I saw a few of his Web projects for school and work. But it wasn’t
“Hiring Trevor to design my website was the right call. He listens very well and has the ability to translate wishes into possibilities in a very organized and comprehensive format. Ahead of schedule, he had multiple design concepts for me to choose from. I couldn’t have done it without his creativity, marketing experience, communication skills,
“Our new website is professional, beautiful, user-friendly and the finish product exceeded our expectations in every respect. Trevor is a real pleasure to work with and I give him the highest possible recommendation.” — Russell Bryson, IT Specialist, Wolkin Curran, LLP.
“The Board of Directors, Team, and I feel super positive and excited about the booth and all the design work you did for Gridtential. Thank you and congratulations!” — Christiaan Beekhuis : CEO, Gridtential Energy Inc.
“It was definitely a surprise, and they (The Gridtential Jackets) turned out awesome! Very retro, but in a cool way. Everything about them feels and looks like a million bucks.” — Daniel Moomaw : Mechanical Engineer, Gridtential, Inc.
“We had become acquainted with Trevor through a birthday gift I had been given when I turned 60; a consultation with Trevor about our original home. It felt absolutely right to immediately phone Trevor and tell him what we were now doing and ask for his help.” — Frank & Mary Beth Chan : Homeowners