We are now in the information age and many senior Australians have a fear of computer technology. Like anything, fear is caused by a lack of knowledge and understanding.
That is where David can help. With his genuine caring and compassionate nature in helping senior citizens, they can now obtain
sufficient skill in the use of computers to help them achieve anything they want to do in life.
Whether it be keeping in touch with loved ones by email, or learning how to use Skype to witness their grandchildren take their first steps, no matter where in the world they are, or advice on setting up a family website, David will inform and inspire.
Perhaps you are an artistic sort who loves to draw and paint, David will show you how to do this with a computer. The applications of computers are truly only limited by your imagination.
Who is David Fredericks?
David John Fredericks (born August 2, 1968) is an Australian businessman, self-taught computer programmer and digital artist who owns a mobile app development company named Frogsoft.
He is the past owner of David Fredericks Web & Graphic Design, a Toowoomba-based website design business. While not taking on any new websites, Dave maintains the sites for his previous clients, listed here.
With an avid interest in technology and the space age, Mr Fredericks has personally met three NASA astronauts, including Neil Armstrong in Sydney in 2011 and Dr Andy Thomas in Brisbane in 2010 and shaken their hands, as well as Colonel Robert Kimbrough at USQ in 2012, shortly after the passing of Neil Armstrong.
45-year-old Dave is a Toowoomba citizen and contributes regularly to the letters page of the Toowoomba Chronicle. He is also a member of Business Focus Toastmasters Club.
Dave was the only person in his family to attend university, studying Electrical Engineering, then later Physics, Mathematics and Computing at the University of Southern Queensland.