This nonprofit website is the most complex site that I currently have online (STLCleanScene is no longer up). They didn’t know that WordPress could provide such extended functionality, and it was a pleasure to meet and exceed every single one of their “wishlist” items (and add some features that they didn’t know they wanted).
This is just a very basic portfolio and website for a photographer. I worked within her budget, and created a very simple, elegant, custom portfolio website to showcase her business at its best.
I took this site from a HTML design to a WordPress theme. Some links and graphics on the old site were broken, and Dan needed the redesign before the start of an upcoming conference. I was able to work with him to finish this re-design in about a week. The most difficult part was that his host was not configured to host WordPress, much less migrate the approved design.
I helped this company keep their current mailservers, but change to more reliable WordPress website hosting (thruHostGator, who I’ve been with since 2006). While their site was under construction, I created a customized, branded, “coming soon” page. This customer already had branding and a clear vision for their website when they contacted me, so this design went “live” within 10 days of them signing the contract.
Dr. Diane Sanford needed a professional site to reflect her accomplishments and further market herself. I created a basic online shop with downloadable goods, so that she could sell her ebook, audio recordings, and other content. I created a blog layout that automatically imports entries from her main blog, LivingSelfCare.com
I designed and implemented Dale Dicker’s metal sculpture WordPress website so that it would function as a very high end portfolio, so that he can display his recent work and also sell it.
I also shot all the pictures in his gallery, bringing my portable product photography setup to his home (since it was inconvenient to bring all of his heavy sculptures to the studio).
Katrena called me frantic because her site had crashed. Luckily, I was able to import the old content. Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to restore her previous WordPress theme. While we were getting the “look and feel” re-designed, I posted a page that gave visitors the ability to get notified once she re-launched.
This site features full FaceBook commenting and integration, allowing people to use their FaceBook profiles to comment and interact on this site.
I built a new custom design that was better and more customized than her previous one!
I created WelcomeStLouis.com as a local St. Louis restaurant and website review website. I made the logo/banner and background in Photoshop. I also implemented a link directory, created a Twitter account, and search engine optimized it.
This counselor’s website is complete with a newsletter, contact form, and statistics program that Jon could easily understand. I created a basic custom theme, and worked to search engine optimize his site.
I used graphics from their old website to create the custom graphics I needed for their WordPress template on Docholidaycountry.com/band. Site features, such as streaming music samples, Facebook integration, photogallery, a newsletter, and Band-gig management… were easy enough that the customer was able to maintain the site themselves after a training meeting.
I created WelcomeStLouis.com as a local St. Louis restaurant and website review. I made the logo/banner and background in Photoshop. I also implemented a link directory, created a Twitter account, and search engine optimized it. I would consider selling this site including the domain, design, logo, and twitter account.
I’m really excited to add Donnaland.com to my portfolio. She wanted something that reflected her 20+ year old business, was easy to update, easy to access from cell phones, and that would advertise the vintage and antique shows around the country that she travels to to sell at.