About

Tom Rogers has long been respected for his attention to detail and his commitment to doing every job well.

For over 20 years he ran a high-end custom woodworking company in Boston, and it was his focus on the intricate details that made his projects stand out.

In 1996, Tom and a partner worked with a developer to set up an online store selling Atkins Vitamins, and assorted personal care products. Back then there weren’t any eCommerce platforms like there is today. They were selling products all over the world – it was an exciting experience.

Tom caught the web design bug in 2002 when he set up a site to organize his 30th high school reunion. A year later he cofounded a grassroots organization called Citizens for a Strong Community (CSC), which worked to unite and inform residents of Hamilton and Wenham, Massachusetts. The website he designed for CSC grew quickly as a community resource and was accompanied by a weekly e-newsletter Tom was instrumental in producing. CSC morphed into Support Our Schools (SOS) which he’s managed since. In 2004, Tom was invited to be webmaster for the National Empowerment Center, which officially cemented his changeover from master cabinetmaker to webmaster.

As he demonstrated to many highly satisfied clients in 23 years of intricately crafting wood, Tom has a natural eye for fine design and he knows how to create it. Aware that every business has unique needs, Tom analyzes each situation thoroughly with the client’s input before determining the most effective appearance and approach. He and his experienced creative team design websites and supporting features (blogs, forums, etc.) that show credibility, professionalism, and trustworthiness along with aesthetic appeal. You can count on Tom Rogers Web Design to give your business the Internet presence it needs—and deserves.

Tom Rogers has long been respected for his attention to detail and his commitment to doing every job well. As a former self-employed custom woodworker, he focused on the intricate details that made his projects stand out.

Tom caught the web design bug in 2002 when he set up a site to organize his 30th high school reunion. A year later he founded a grassroots organization called Citizens for a Strong Community (CSC), which worked to unite and inform residents of Hamilton and Wenham, Massachusetts. The website he designed for CSC grew quickly as a community resource and was accompanied by a weekly e-newsletter Tom was instrumental in producing. CSC morphed into Support Our Schools (SOS) which he’s managed since. In 2004, Tom was invited to be webmaster for the National Empowerment Center, which officially cemented his changeover from master cabinetmaker to webmaster.

As he demonstrated to many highly satisfied clients in 23 years of intricately crafting wood, Tom has a natural eye for fine design and he knows how to create it. Aware that every business has unique needs, Tom analyzes each situation thoroughly with the client’s input before determining the most effective appearance and approach. He and his experienced creative team design websites and supporting features (blogs, forums, etc.) that show credibility, professionalism, and trustworthiness along with aesthetic appeal. You can count on Tom Rogers Web Design to give your business the Internet presence it needs—and deserves.

When not planted in front of his dual monitors, Tom enjoys working on his landscape design, hiking on the great trails nearby, reading books and watching movies. His volunteer work has focused on funding of public schools and fostering communication in his rural community.

  • 2004-2007 | Cofounder, and webmaster - Citizens for a Strong Community (CSC) [formerly www.hwcsc.org]
  • 2005-Present | Cofounder, treasurer and webmaster - Support Our Schools (SOS) [www.hwsos.org]
  • 2006-2007 | Member of the Hamilton-Wenham Technology Committee which was responsible for negotiations with Verizon, and planning of the fiber optic network of town buildings and schools
  • 2011-Present | Board Member, Vice President - Hamilton-Wenham Cable Access & Media [www.hwcam.org]
  • 2016 | Co-Administrator of the Hamilton-Wenham Buy Nothing Project on Facebook