CTLA now has a site that can help them manage their members, disseminate information, and even collect dues for their membership organization. All with WordPress, plugins, and add-ons.
Joui Turandot needed a rebranding from her “Joui Style” brand and site to take it to the next level. Beyond just Joui and her style, but focusing on her clients and what she was going to do to help those clients: Fashion Eye for Men was born.
Lauren Deane of Good Looking Ideas (goodlookingideas.com) wanted a site that she could update herself but didn’t sacrifice design style. In fact, she wanted a site that didn’t sacrifice anything.
BNI Embarcadero (bniembarcadero.com) was a nice-looking, functional site. Until Lauren Deane of Good Looking Ideas came along.
Loïc Nicolas (loicphoto.com) needed a site that he could add to on a regular basis easily–but with style.
Together with Dio Luria and John Muldoon, we transformed Carolyn Tillie’s jewelry site into a lean, mean, e-commerce machine. We found the WPA theme on ThemeForest and it’s a beaut.
Rip Gerber needed a site that went beyond one of his first books (pharmathriller.com) and pulled together all of his books. At ripgerber.com, Rip can now add all of his books, writing, accolades, book covers, blurbs, the whole caboodle.
Kim Brown Seely has a stunning new site to showcase her writing. We found an excellent theme at ThemeForest, customized a few bits, added her content and voila!
SF Urban Community Housing Corporation (sfurbanchc.org) needed a system to update their site more easily and give the look a style upgrade.
Kevin Ferguson wanted a new site for his professional speech writing blog. Step up to the mike: Speech Writing Pro.
Nancy Perry wanted a platform to help promote her book, “Adults on the Autism Spectrum.” With design help from Tim Johnson, we created a clean, smart, and useful site for the author and her book.
Erin Van Rheenen needed a blog site to work alongside her main site so she could easily blog from the road. With Laurie King at the marketing and strategy helm, we did just that.
Ellen Young (youngstravelservices.com) needed a site for her travel services. Gil Zeimer, copywriter extraordinaire (zeimer.com) worked the copy and provided the far-away photos and Likoma put it all together with a one-way-ticket to WordPress.
Working together with The M-Line and Tim Johnson, we put together a beauty of a site for Todd Coaching (toddcoachingexcellence.com). From custom fields for thumbnails to pulling in certain categories pulled into a home page widget, this site has bells and whistles written all over it. But at first glance, you’re not overwhelmed with the bells or the whistles, you just get: professional and elegant.
The Collage Gallery (collage-gallery.com) needed a site they could update easily but also show off the beauty of the work. Working together with John Muldoon (thewatermarkgroup.org), we gathered up Delisa’s best shots from her gallery, stapled on an easy-to-navigate framework, glued it all together with a bit of WordPress and we were open for business.