Muza Kids sports a brand-new website built in WOO Themes Canvas. On the cover, looks clean and crisp. Under the hood, it’s a powerful machine.
Some nice imagery can make the home page of a site stunning and memorable. Sarah Gelberg launches her Gelberg Variations.
Flagstone Pantry is going to be exciting to watch. Kristen Desmond is a rockstar who is going to make this happen.
Katrina Rozelle does jaw-dropping (and mouth-watering) work. But her old site just wasn’t showing it off.
Here’s what you get when you mix beautiful photography, design, and development into one delicious delight.
NYC Photographer goes WOO over WordPress and WOO Canvas.
Camille Mojica Rey was a perfect candidate for a WOO Canvas site. Hmm, on the other hand: who isn’t?
We had an ancient WP theme and we couldn’t really tweak it the way we wanted to. Good time to leapfrog several years of WordPress theme development and design and jump right to the front of the line: StudioPress.
Is a WordPress “good enough” for a fancy San Francisco designer’s site? Have a look and you be the judge.
It’s that time again and this time, I just couldn’t wait. We switched Likoma to WOO Canvas (Commerce) today! Woot for WOO!
Working together with Querido Galdo, we transformed an average StudioPress theme into a powerful media powerhouse for the Metal Arts Guild.
Are you sensing a trend? Old HTML site converted to what looks almost the same but is built in WordPress?
It had been a while since we did Susan Chastain’s original site in Movable Type in 2004. Lots has changed since then.
Nancy Bramwell’s design studio needed a place to show off her portfolio of window treatments, staging and color consulting. She wanted to showcase her services–and do it in style. We found a beauty theme together at ThemeForest and we were off to the races.
We found an awesome theme at Theme Forest, added her photos, text, docs, shots, video, audio, you name it, and she’s live and raring to go.