Membership sites, writers groups, networking organizations. These clients all have dozens or hundreds of members all with varying degrees of website access.
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.
Mediate needed a site that could let them easily post their video, have a smart design, and have a few content pages as well. They found the "Video" theme by Quommunication and we were on our way.
The Professional Photographers of the Greater Bay Area (ppgba.org) needed a revamp because only a technical few could update the legacy backend software on the site.
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.
Creative Storefront is a one-stop shop for writers looking to progress professionally. Whether you need to chart a career in writing, learn to publicize and market your work, need a website, or want professional feedback on your manuscript, we can help.