Website Design / Development
HubSpot site conversion from webflow. Vitruvi already had their resource pages on HubSpot and wished to move the rest of their site there as well. The full site was converted in under a month, coming in below budget enough to add additional page redesigns and functionality along the way.
WordPress / Oxygen design and build. The Marketing Hall of Fame, associated with AMA New York, developed a new brand identity and needed a website overhaul. The new site is easier to navigate, much faster, easier for the team to update, and supports the brand’s new look.
HubSpot build for a fashion brand. Working off figma designs provided by the client, this blog and landing page project included custom in-page filtering, heavily responsive blog layouts, mega menu functionality and more.
WordPress development in tandem with a virtual agency. This site was provided as a comprehensive design and built out using Oxygen and WordPress. It includes lengthy SEO-friendly content, including complex white paper content made to be easily accessible and fully responsive.
Website buildout for a unique display provider. Much of the design for this site came from an in-house team, I built it out and advised on responsiveness, structure, and overall functionality along the way.
Full HubSpot website for an IT integration firm. Building off of a visual framework developed by a branding agency, this site uses every aspect of HubSpot’s development platform, including HubDB for assets, blog functionality, localization, and corresponding landing pages.
Virtual learning platform for PAs to earn continuing education credits created with WordPress and LearnDash. 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.
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.
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.
Design & development of WordPress website. Worked with a small, internal team to create this site for a private investment firm eager to differentiate themselves from the rest of the market. The site needed to be responsive, quick to consume, and allow the internal team to easily maintain and update as needed.
Shopify site refresh. This storefront was using a basic Shopify theme, but the owner wanted a fresh look and more functional interface. We reprioritized information and refreshed the look, allowing customers easy access to location and ordering information quickly and easily.
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.
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.
Refresh of a non-profit organization’s website. Casa Valentina’s existing website wasn’t prioritizing their needs or conveying their message as urgently as they needed it to. We worked together to refresh the site using their existing platform and assets, clearly stating their mission, showcasing their work, and providing obvious paths for visitors to become involved and donate.
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.
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.
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.