Recent Website Development
Virtual learning platform for PAs to earn continuing education credits. This platform hosts multiple interactive courses, both free and paid. It also manages hidden events allowing outside organizations to host white labeled virtual conferences with courses, interactive chat, virtual exhibit halls, and more. Built with WordPress and LearnDash.
Online component for print magazine. This was an existing WordPress blog which was extensively re-skinned to give it a clean, current look that lets the photography shine. Extensive tracking and social sharing components were developed along the way.
Virtual conference microsite for long-term client. One of many quick turnaround microsites created for this organization. This particular site uses their signature bold color scheme to promote their pivot to a virtual conference in 2020. What is live now is the more limited post-conference version of the site.
Website buildout for a unique display provider. Much of the design for this site came from an in-house team, however I built it out and advised on responsiveness, structure and overall functionality.
Website conversation and update. This website was originally developed in a way that didn’t allow the team to quickly make changes or edit content in a way that fit their needs. I redeveloped the site, making design revisions along the way. The result is a fast, user-friendly site that is also flexible enough for the team to maintain on their own.
Shopify site refresh. This storefront was using a basic Shopify theme, but the owner wanted a fresh look and more sophisticated interface. We added masonry blocks, a mega menu, streamlined the product listing, and prioritized high-performing products for a smoother user experience.
Website refresh for a solar energy firm. The client had a strong preference for using Storybrand methodology. We followed that pathway to tell the story of their brand.
Storefront website design & development. Client had existing logo and photography, but the website needed a full overhaul to allow for better user experience, more information and visuals that matched the spirit of the company. Initial WooCommerce website includes subscriptions, extensive product variations, referral program, multiple integrations and a comprehensive blog and education component. Later converted to a shopify site.
Website for a start-up branding company. The client needed a quick turnaround site to launch their new business. We put this up in two weeks, including mail list integration.
WordPress website design & development on a tight timeline. This site had to go up in, well, a weekend. The client had limited resources, but a hard trade show deadline. The site was ready and functioning perfectly for their needs, right on time.
Design and development of WordPress website for a membership-based non-profit dedicated to educating medical providers on the unique needs of diverse patients. Site contains restricted resources, conference information, as well as public-facing component.
Website design & development of a complete storefront. Client had established branding (colors, typefaces, imagery) – my task was to take that and apply it to a website. This is a full WooCommerce site, including a wholesale background and many integrations.
Long-form home page design & development. I was responsible for all of the Click & Co web properties except for Click Pro, including a VBforum, BigCommerce store and IPB forum. All sites involved many integrations including video tools, forum connections, complex social and campaign tracking, etc.
Website design & development of a WooCommerce catalog-based questionnaire / product match system. Visually I only had the logo to go by, but we knew we wanted a clean aesthetic, hence the icons and clean, bright color scheme. I developed the spreadsheets and logic required to run the search tool, as well as gathered and inserted product data on end detail pages. (recently acquired by Accenture)
Development of an entirely Hubspot website. This site came to as home and inside page designs. I built custom, hyper-flexible Hubspot modules to allow for a rapid buildout. This allowed the team to completely re-skin the entire site in a very short turnaround dictated by a looming buyout finalization.
Design & development of WordPress website. Some page layouts were heavily dictated by the internal team, but home and network pages were entirely under my control.