I specialize in rescuing outdated websites, making them secure, manageable, and beautiful. Here are a few projects I’ve worked on in recent years.
This is a site where I redesigned the front page and altered the existing theme to put the logo and search bar in the nav menu. I also integrated the creator’s gorgeous photos of her jewelry, showcasing her work while keeping the site load time to a minimum. READ THE CASE STUDY!
Learn to Press is a site I designed to teach people how to build their own WordPress website. It’s a fully functional eLearning site, with custom student profiles, structured lessons, and payment system.
I overhauled this musician’s site to coincide with the release of his new single on Spotify. His previous site was looking a little 1998ish. I updated the theme and added a striking background image. The theme is simple, so I added a lot of custom CSS code to give the site a richer look.
I also embedded his Spotify playlist and created a simple contact form.
This is a site that has a large database of members with lots of data. I handled a migration of the entire site to a new host, cleaned up outdated and unused plugins, created a backup plan and made sure the site was secure. I maintained the site, posting to the blog, updating member info and making sure all plugins, themes and WordPress core stayed up to date.
This is a heavily niched website I created that has been through many iterations. The current one is the most simple and has been the most successful. There are lots of informative articles (blog posts) with good use of SEO, which helps it rank very high in Google searches for its industry. I created an ecommerce store with WooCommerce, and set up reliable backups using Updraft Plus.
This is my personal illustration portfolio-style site. I used the Verbosa theme, which was great for the heavy use of images and custom sidebar options I needed. I like creating very clean, uncluttered websites. In this case, I particularly wanted to showcase the artwork, rather than have the site itself get in the way.