Katie Pedersen wanted to expand her current blog into a website with a shop, blog and galleries of her lovely quilts and projects. We worked together on a redesign that reflects her design aesthetic and makes it easy to register for her workshops.
Alice wanted a beautiful, functional website and shop for her lovely hand-dyed yarn and other useful tools and accessories she finds for knitters. We worked together to create an online home for her business.
allegro is a music class for children, infants through four years old. When Cathy Rumfelt was starting her business, she needed a site that reflected her enthusiasm and energy for teaching music. She also needed specific functionality, including a class registration system. We integrated class registration and payments into her site, and also designed a fun logo.
Weston Robins is a Licensed Professional Counselor, and he wanted a website to reflect his practice. We worked together to create a site that communicates Wes’s experience and philosophy as a therapist.
Mindy designs incredibly beautiful knitting patterns, and she was ready for a new site for her growing business. I moved her blog from Typepad to WordPress, and designed a custom theme to go with her gorgeous logo. Visit Mindy Wilkes Designs.
Abby is an information architect in New York, and she was ready to move from a WordPress.com blog to a self hosted, custom WordPress site. Abby had amazing ideas for her site design, and her illustrations are a major feature in the custom theme.
Kathy was ready to move away from a super old version of Movable Type and onto WordPress. She wanted a clean, simple look to her site that would look good on any device. We made the move fast and painless! Visit Grumperina.
Stephanie wanted to spruce up her blog, and even drew elements that I ended up using in her custom WordPress theme. The result is a site that reflects Stephanie’s creativity and excellent taste.