Bobby and his team desired a new website that would be easy for them to maintain, as well as easy for their clients to use. Their original sites (yes - "sites" - they had 4 different sites altogether!) had different domains and different uses, but all were under the same "umbrella". Because there were so many different places to go to update (and use) the sites were hard to maintain and keep... read more »
As a subcontractor, I do a lot of complex work for other companies. Below is a sampling of projects I've worked on throughout the years, but this is in no way a complete list. You might also be interested in viewing the graveyard for sites I've done, but no longer exist.
You may also wish to view some of the client testimonials that have been left for me.
If you like what you see, and think it might be good to work together, contact me for an estimate on your next project!
A local Cub Scout group wanted a new look for their website, but something that was really functional for them as well. The old site was HTML-based, and required quite a bit of doing to update it (and don't even ask how they integrated third-party stuff into it!) They also wanted to have more information made for parents, but they didn't want such information available to the general public. Before this site,... read more »
I was hired to code this site from PSD's into a highly customized WordPress template. The site is an update for a San Francisco-based group that is into culinary delights of all kinds. It is a membership-based site, and had some of the most complex requirements I've yet to come by. The group needed to have a site for typical visitors that perused their blog and wanted to learn about their group, but they... read more »
Karen came to me wanting to have a design she made converted to a WordPress theme. The site was a "pet project" of hers, and the old site was in dire need of an overhaul. it had previously been created using a forum with now-outdated software, and was being overrun by spam. It was no longer a welcoming place for visitors - which is really what it needed to be. With... read more »
This site was a whole lotta fun. I'm a creative person myself, but to be dropped into coding a site for an entire troupe of creatives... it was the most fun (and hardest work) I've ever done. I was brought into this site - to code the PSD comps into WordPress - and make it as dynamic a site that the theatre could have dreamed. They had ideas of what could be done... read more »
Peter Bregg is a noted Canadian photographer, most known for his portraiture (and his moustache!) He desired a simple site that showcased his photography. The site was NOT designed by me - but was, instead, designed by Context Creative (which is a terrific team to work with - I got to work with them on a few more projects, and they were a fun and focused group with tons of talent), and... read more »
Christine contacted me in early 2009, expressing the need for a new website. She needed it from scratch - no domain name had even been purchased yet. She was part of a team that was building a new complex in Connecticut that would cater to the needs of high-end clients. The building wasn't just a place to stay, they offered services that normal apartment complexes don't typically offer to their tenants. At... read more »