Website Design & Development

Consulting Services

Design

Starting from scratch or wanting to adapt an existing design, template, or theme? Let's collaborate to build a visitor-friendly (and mobile-friendly) design or enhance your existing design. Read more about my Design services …

Develop

Functionality (including contact forms, PayPal interfaces, product databases, etc.) can improve your visitor's experience and make maintaining your website easier. I can give your website the capabilities you want or help you adapt existing capabilities (e.g., WordPress "plugins") as needed. Learn about my Development services …

Maintain

Content (your text and your pictures) is aimed at your target audience. As your business or organization changes, your website content needs to be updated. I can help you publish or post your content to new or existing pages. For details, refer to my Maintenance service

Train/Coach

Websites can be complicated. I'll help you translate the techno-speak about servers, domains, and specific tools (like Expression Web or WordPress). If you want to manage your website by yourself, great! If you need a little help in learning how, consider my Training/Coaching service …

How Can I Help You?

I'm an independent Web consultant — responsive, helpful, and willing to collaborate on your website. If you need a website designer, web developer, or coach, contact me to discuss your situation — what you want done, timeframes, costs, and how to proceed.

Featured Client

CFO 4 Small Biz

http://cfo4smallbiz.com/

Several years ago, Dave came to me for a minor redesign and migration to Expression Web. A while later, he said he wanted a blog. I told him WordPress was a good tool for blogging — it covered the commenting and security angles. I installed WordPress in a subdirectory of his website just for the blog, and he created blog posts using that interface while continuing with Expression Web for the interface to his main website.

A couple of years ago, Dave asked me to make his website "mobile-friendly". Since this would entail changing his website design significantly, and since he still wanted the blogging functionality, I recommended we create a custom WordPress theme and migrate his non-blog content to the WordPress platform.

I developed the custom theme and did the content migrations initially on my development server so Dave could review progress and provide feedback as needed. When he was satisfied, I removed his existing website and WordPress installation, installed a fresh version of WordPress (plus the appropriate plugins and custom theme) in his main website folder, and moved the migrated content into the WordPress database.

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