Membership sites, writers groups, networking organizations. These clients all have dozens or hundreds of members all with varying degrees of website access.
No WordPress, no easy content updates.
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.
The Historic Vineyard Society wanted a site where it could collect information about historic vineyards. They wanted to be able to organize the vineyards by date, producers, and types of grapes.
Film Quarterly had a good site with lots of content. But managing that content had become troublesome. They had years and years of archived content: images, copy, covers, photos, etc. They needed a site that could handle all of that content in a user-friendly--and visitor-friendly--way.
BNI Embarcadero (bniembarcadero.com) was a nice-looking, functional site. Until Lauren Deane of Good Looking Ideas came along.
The Gaines-Jones Education Foundation needed a website that they could add to on their own. They wanted to be able to add new content, new images, upload PDFs, maybe have some fading featured news on the home page. Ready for the answer? WordPress. What a surprise.