The San Francisco Sentinel needed some character for their site. We got ‘em that.
Writers are the heart of my business. Being a writer myself, I enjoy building sites for writers and helping them to promote their work.
Canvas allows you flexibility and power when building a site for your latest book.
Colorful logo and some chapter heading graphics? Your site is halfway done.
Kiki Thorpe is an accomplished children’s author. We incorporated elements of her book covers into the site design to give her brand a look that wasn’t too “children” while also not too “young adult.”
We had a new header image and, uh, well, that’s it. Ready? Go. Done.
It seems to be a completely custom site. But behind the scenes, it’s just a powerful WordPress theme and a few plugins.
Some nice imagery can make the home page of a site stunning and memorable. Sarah Gelberg launches her Gelberg Variations.
She has done some work for some big magazines and has the photo spreads to flaunt it. A colorful site with loads of excellent writing.
Annie Kay is rocking a new stunner of a website at Every Bite is Divine. Semi-transparent CSS color, vibrant color and the bonus: excellent content.
Here’s what you get when you mix beautiful photography, design, and development into one delicious delight.
Laynie Tzena and her company, Ideas Made Real, had been helping people in business for over 20 years. It was time for a structural and design upgrade.
With premium WordPress themes, you’re more able to customize a theme without touching a line of code.
I’m getting to the point where I’m going to use WOO Themes–especially Canvas–unless I’m convinced otherwise.
With my new-found love for WOO, I made a last-minute decision to just re-create what we had done in WOO Canvas. Why?
New site for Robin Romm. Using a StudioPress theme so things will be easy to update in the future.