This site was completely re-built into a content management system with a home page showcasing the facility’s best views in a moving slider. The idea was to stay simple with content, and so the middle layout portion was simplified to contain only three columns (instead of including the usual sidebar with multiple elements). The footer was used to add more visuals and to help visitors easily contact the centre, which would further help sales.
Looking for my WordPress Web development and strategy portfolio?
Below are links to a sampling of the web sites I've worked on (I've done more than this!). If you're looking for specific examples not listed here, let me know!
Please also note: after I hand over a 'pristine' website to my clients, they can do whatever they want with them. That means sometimes they'll make design or content decisions that I would not have done, or that I would commend. Sometimes this is obvious. Sometime's it's not. I've tried to note where these instances have happened below. But technically, it can happy on any site, and at any time. I don't monitor them daily!
A play therapist's web site (responsive, plus copywriting)
A local furniture store's e-commerce site (responsive, e-commerce)
A real estate coach's web site (responsive, e-commerce, plus sales page copywriting)
An office centre's web site (responsive, client made some changes post launch)
A Vancouver financial advisor's WordPress web site (responsive, plus majority copywriting & editing)
A Vancouver tutoring company WordPress web site (responsive, WordPress Multisite franchise site, plus majority copywriting)
A private school's website (responsive, three sites total, linked to from header)
A daycare centre company website (responsive, plus home page and other copywriting)
A construction company web site (responsive)
A women's online magazine web site (responsive, e-commerce)
A financial advisory company's website (responsive)
A non-profit web site, with membership capabilities, event registration and integration with learning management system components (responsive)
A stock investing news website (responsive)
A health blog and shop for affiliate marketing (responsive, e-commerce)
A graphic designer's website (responsive)
A junk removal company's website (responsive)
A painting company website (responsive, client made minor changes post launch)
A cosmetic laser skin care clinic's website (responsive, client made minor changes post launch)
A bamboo towels WordPress e-commerce web site (responsive, multi-lingual, wholesale e-commerce set up, client made changes post launch)
A Vancouver vending company website (responsive, plus copywriting)
Older sites (not responsive):
A souvenir jewelry web site
A metal spinning company's website
An aero industry Web site
A Vancouver photographer WordPress web site
A food supply WordPress web site
An industrial WordPress web site (note: development to WordPress only)
A Vancouver psychologist's web site
A baby product WordPress e-commerce web site
*Please note that while the above websites were certainly worked on by myself, with my expertise in internet marketing, knowledge of web development and ability to execute on project management, they could not have been completed without the co-efforts of my amazing team of designers and developers. Also, some sites were made under the umbrella of agency partners, which is why you won't see my name in all of their footers :)
Plus! Check out some Web development case studies below!
This site was rebuilt into a professional looking domain where visitors can find out anything they need to know about the business, and more! Staff bios, blogs, photos, and advanced tables were set up to display cost savings and value-added features of the centre. Plus, a customized sidebar allowed for different testimonials to be sprinkled throughout the site, further promoting their business to office-space seekers!
The Beau Review site was non-existent before it was developed. The goal was to create a blog ezine that focused on providing quality content to its readers. Since the goal was simple, set up was too! The colours were all customized using CSS and a volunteer designer from the Beau Review social network contributed the logo, which was then incorporated into the banner of the site. Each post has a thumbnail image attached to it, to make the articles more attractive. The top navigation menu shows blog category items instead of pages, to facilitate the aim of the site as an online magazine. Finally, a search bar was added at the top to help users find content.