Update April, 2020. My portfolio is woefully out of date. Until I update it, here are some recent sites I’ve built.
Coach Training World
Feroshia Knight, the founder of Coach Training World, had finally had enough with her old website. We referred to it as Frankenstein, because we often had to inefficiently cobble together bits and pieces to make things work the way she wanted. There were many aspects of her old site that made it difficult for her to update the site. So it was important that her new site was relatively easy for her to update.
I helped her build a new website that was not only more user friendly and appealing but much easier for her to update and to add content.
Feroshia created the graphics and color scheme. Because of the user friendly theme we co-developed the site and I tackled the more challenging technical parts.
- Ability for people to easily schedule appointments with her online and have these appointment automatically added to her calendar.
- MailChimp integration for email campaigns, free ebook, and other automations, such as automated course delivery.
- Ability for visitors to view a Coaching Directory of Coach Training World graduates.
- Online Coaching Course set up complete with one time or automated recurring payment options.
- Provide periodic Google Analytics reports
Pranger Law PC
Pranger Law PC is a law firm out of the bay area that wanted a new modern and responsive website. I served as the developer on this project and provided recommendations for plugins and other digital tools. The client provided the bulk of the graphic design and layout. This in an example of a site that was completely designed in Photoshop that I brought to life in WordPress. Building this site required substantial customization to meet their demanding expectations.
- Mailchimp integration for Legal Alerts newsletter
- Provided training on how to edit and update their site.
- On the Clients page, created a custom hover for logos of companies that have been acquired by another business.
- Implemented certain features that were compatible with retina displays.
NOTE: I rebuilt this site in October 2018.
Norman & Jane, the founders of Quantum Leaders, had struggled with other web developers to capture their essence and to bring cohesiveness to their diverse offerings. Working together we created a site they were happy with and that was well received by their audience.
- Saved them over $500/year in fees by migrating their email list from Constant Contact to MailChimp.
- MailChimp integration – Set up lists and email templates for a free article and email newsletter.
- Events Management – Ability to list one time and recurring events and show an events calendar.
- E-book – Ability to purchase and download E-books.
- Provided in person training and written guides on how to edit their site and manage event listings.
I served as the developer on this project and provided recommendations for plugins and digital tools, such as Buffer for managing social media campaigns and LastPass for managing passwords. The client provided the bulk of the graphic design and layout. The Divi WordPress theme was used to create this site and required substantial customization to meet the client’s needs.
- Mailchimp integration: Set up lists and email templates for free E-book and email newsletter.
- Membership site built with the WishList Member plugin.
- E-commerce shopping cart integration that allows either single payment purchases or recurring payment options.
- Substantial CSS and PHP modifications of the theme. Click here to see examples.
Assistance League of Greater Portland
Their old website was outdated and not easily viewed on mobile devices. Plus they were looking to reduce their yearly web maintenance fees.
- Constant Contact integration
- A donation page that enables recurring donations and allows visitors to use their credit card or paypal. (In Progress)
- A custom Contact Us page that routes messages to specific email addresses. (In Progress)
- In person training on how to update the site.