The wonderful CASA after school program had a nice site. But we made a nicer one.
Membership sites, writers groups, networking organizations. These clients all have dozens or hundreds of members all with varying degrees of website access.
If you have beautiful artwork to show off, don’t let the design of your site get in the way.
Together with top designer Querido Galdo, we have another winner of a site.
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.
Together with Querido Galdo, we’ve gone another smart-looking beauty to unveil.
The client wanted to use a theme from Theme Forest. Yeah, I get it. But we’re not going to do that. Here’s why.
Not bad at all: nice images, lots of content, good navigation. Hard to beat, but with WOO Canvas and Slider Pro, it sure makes the job easier.
Rooftop School’s website was built in Homestead. Ouch.
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.
Ray Simon needed a site up for the Embarcadero Technology Group. He needed it soon. He needed it tomorrow. Ray, we have to talk.
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.
Working together with John Muldoon of The Watermark Group, we set up a beautiful theme, added some customization, content, copy, and the site was live.
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.
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.