Forms can be quite complicated to create, but with some WP plugins, they’re a snap.
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.
Blue Grass Assisted Living needed a site where they could add some photos and news on a regular basis. They didn't need a complete redesign, just a fresh coat of paint and well, keys to the house.
Jerry Weinstein needed an online presence for his booming golf pro business. He said he'd guarantee an improved score "by at least 3 to 6 strokes" and he wanted it in (well, online anyway) writing, so his site was born.