I recently launched Write On Calligraphers’ new website. It is a WordPress website using a premium theme on a new domain. I worked with the Write On Calligraphers (WOC) president and the WOC board to create a new online identity for the nonprofit.
The website features information about the nonprofit, membership, events, exhibits, member’s gallery and more. Visitors can get information needed to find out about classes in the community, view the inspiring artwork submitted by members and learn more about WOC’s annual conference.
I recently launched the Law Office of Joy M. Lockerby website. The site was created using a premium theme that presents a clean, professional and expert look and feel.
The site features the attorney’s professional background, the services Joy offers, resources for viewers, and, coming soon, case studies which she will write about various topics of interest in her field.
Many of the photos were taken by Joy and arranged on the site for visual interest. The site is responsive so mobile viewers on the go can access her site easily. She can easily update the content inside the WordPress dashboard.
At the beginning of April I attended An Event Apart’s workshop on “Multi-Device Web Design & Beyond” with Luke Wroblewski. He talked about the history of mobile devices, how you can get a device at any size, leading to the need of designing for any size of screen, not the specific device.
With so many varieties of smartphones, tablets and desktops where do you draw the line for what size screen is for what device? He recommends designing for “Mobile First”, with both the visual design and the code.
In December I launched Peale Law Firm’s website. The site showcases the firm’s profile and philosophy for prospective clients. The firm’s areas of practice and client resources are also featured. The site is running on WordPress and using a custom designed theme. The design displays professionalism and reliability.
The site was built using responsive design methods. Each page is optimized for both the desktop and mobile devices. Prospective clients can access the firm’s website and view each page comfortably on any device. The firm can be contacted with a touch of the phone number on smartphone.
In November I launched the Absolute General Contractor website. The site features a gallery of the remodeling projects done by Absolute General Contractor. The site is running on WordPress and using a custom designed theme based on the company’s brand. It is simple, clean and designed around the imagery of the projects.
The site was built using responsive design techniques. Each page is optimized for both the desktop and mobile devices. When the contractor is on the job, he can show off his projects easily with his smartphone. Prospective clients can view his work on any device and with any connection.