Myo Web Design Inc.
About Diana HernandezDiana Hernandez has been a web developer since 1994. She was instrumental in launching websites for companies such as Surfer Magazine and KBIG 104 radio.
In 2012 Diana created, and now owns and operates, MyofunctionalTherapist.com, the highly success network for connecting clinicians and those struggling with tongue tie, or, Orofacial Myofunctional Disorders.
She has developed websites and online strategies for associations, such as... The CDHA (California Dental Hygienist Association), The IAOM (International Association of Orofacial Myology), The AOMT (Academy of Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy), The PDHA (Pennsylvania Dental Hygienists' Association), The AzDHA (Arizona Dental Hygienists' Association), The IATP (International Affiliation of Tongue Tie Professionals), and 100's of Orofacial Myofunctional Therapists.
Diana works with 100's of clients and a variety of businesses both large and small.
Steadfast Welding - Michael Laskey Realtor - New House RV Upholstery - Morgan Hill Speech - Chevy Chase Myo - Orofacial Complex - and many more!!
As a pioneer in the Internet Industry, Diana offers her clients the advantage of working with an established developer they can trust.
With all that said.. "The most important decision I’ve made is to put my trust in the Lord. I strive to be more like Jesus, to follow his Words “Love each other as I have loved you”. Jesus loved us enough to give his life for us." ~ Diana
Specializing in Everything WordPress!
Myo Web Design Inc. offers everything you need to maximize your website presence. Services include, but not limited to…
Great trouble shooting skills for those who need help with their existing website.
Myo Web Design in located in Ontario, California. We work with business owners through out the United States and Canada.
We're available when you need us! Talk to a live person, not an automated system!
1000's of webpages
Enjoyed building everyone of them!
We work with you until you are 100% satisfied with your website
20+ years experience
I remember 20 years ago trying to convince business owners that websites were the way of the future.