The WP Gallery2 (G2) plugin integrates WordPress and Gallery2 extremely well. Move from your main website to your full-featured photo album in one click. Embed photos in your site, show thumbnails, play a slideshow, it’s all there.
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.
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.
Julie Gorton (juliegortonsart.com) needed a simple site to show a gallery of her work. WordPress + SimpleViewer and done. SimpleViewer creates a beautiful slide show of images that are easy to update. It does a nice job of using a simple backend to still create a Flash slide show.
Lee Foster was looking to overhaul his travel writing and travel photography site. He had quite a complex set up with CNAME entries leading to custom URLs at PhotoShelter, a custom shopping cart that worked with PayPal, 250+ articles with loads of text, images, slideshows, and a blog at TypePad? Whew. Ready?
Ugo Baldassari needed a professional site for his real estate practice. With Paschal Sabatella at the creative design helm and WordPress in the engine room, we together came up with ugo4homes.com.
Bay Area Travel Writers had been using a custom-coded website for many years and worked very well ... until the custom coder was too busy to help. Combining Memberclicks and WordPress, they're back in action and just about anyone with a browser and a knowledge of cut and paste can add content.
They had a site and had some information on it The Young People's Teen Musical Theatre Company, but the people who were updating it didn't have much time and only those people knew how to make updates. Sound familiar?
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.