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I completed a major update to the Mitosol website using a custom WordPress theme built on the StudioPress Genesis Platform. Background – A Good Start Mitosol’s previous site was built for discoverability. Mitosol is a drug that serves a very specific market. We needed to make sure that when people searched for the important terms… Continue reading Mitosol Website Update
Stain DFence is a new business partnership created by a couple of friends in Plano, TX. They are starting a local fence staining service and need a professional website for potential customers and new clients. The website needs accomplish 3 main goals: Inform potential clients about their fence staining service. Capture estimate requests. Acquire organic… Continue reading Stain DFence Website
Pam Griffin is a terrific dog trainer who needed a professional website to show potential clients. Her main advertising was word of mouth and running booths at local events. LuvYurMutt was built on the Skeleton framework , which is perfect for small – lightweight projects like a local website. It looks great on all… Continue reading LuvYurMutt Website
The Compounding Clarity website is a project that I converted from a webinar landing page into a simple website. Users can view the webinar replay after opting in to the company mailing list. I picked the Digital Pro Theme from Genesis with just a few slight modifications. Digital Pro from StudioPress This was my first… Continue reading Compounding Clarity Website
Skeleton is one of my favorite Responsive Frameworks. It’s a very simple and lightweight set of CSS files that works perfectly for landing page type sites that need some versatility. This is a low budget project, but still needs to work across all devices. Speed is more important than lots of bling, so there’s no need… Continue reading Luckity Review