After a first attempt at built-it-yourself website design, the owner of this company approached me for a professional overhaul. The site is clean and bright, reflecting the company's friendly and service-oriented approach to client relations.
To emphasize their technology-driven healthcare, this company overhauled their site to lean less on the healthcare tone and more on the AI-learning and technology tone.
A large, reputable construction company sought to update its online presence with a more modern design and mobile-friendly wireframe. The new site incorporates the company's branding in a more contemporary way. Former Website Design
This client sought a clean site with "movement," by using subtle animations on content modules. The result is both clean and interactive.
This startup wanted to create an online magazine focusing on parenting, home, recipes and other lifestyle content. The theme was designed to be modern but warm.
While not actively seeing new employment, this site curates career highlights in the event of future employment changes.
Used in email marketing software like Pardot, this planned community used my HTML templates to send a variety of marketing emails to potential buyers.
A large regional real estate company uses responsive, yet simple, HTML to create "mini sites" for special events, including their annual agents' summit event.
A Charlotte dentistry practice needed to take control of its website, which was being hosted by a third party. Noting that the site was beginning to show its age, I rebuilt it and "polished" it a bit, then handed over control to the client.
The owner of this wine shop and restaurant needed help fast: his former site was gone and he wanted to market his special events to the public. This "quick hit" got him back into the game.
Working with a local marketing company that developed a new brand, this new website is not only responsive and modern, but also takes cues from the new branding to present information much more effectively. Here is the former site:
When a soon-to-be-published author wanted to create a fun hype website for the book's publication, I created a site with animated versions of his illustrator's work to make his book come to life.
A regional real estate company designed how they wanted their annual online contest to look, they asked me to translate that design into a responsive HTML subsite.
Clients often ask for help drafting HTML emails that can beautifully represent their brands in email campaigns. Email marketing companies have template builders, but they are often very intimidating to those without HTML knowledge.
Working closely with a local marketing company, this site was a much needed refresh for a local manufacturing company. It was important that the site be as self- sufficient as possible so the front office could focus more on growing the business. The new site not only...
Working with a local marketing company, I built this website for a restaurant seeking to make its web presence match its new refurbished dining rooms. Among their requests were a clean and modern site that focused heavily on the delicious dishes. They also wanted to...
A Charlotte-based wellness professional launched her own service business and was in need of a website to highlight what she had to offer. The new site features design elements and navigation intended to promote her expertise in wellness for optimal aging.
The Charlotte non-profit wanted a more modern tone and the ability to highlight social media posts on the home page. This new site gives a much more modern and on-trend user experience.
As browsers started to require SSL certificates, Carmel's preschool approached me about revamping their existing site to more contemporary standards. The new site is responsive and features the ability to pay tuition online using a built-in e-commerce function.
Partnering with a local marketing company, this website features a client-requested background video in the header, as well as custom background colors in the navigation links. This client returned to me three years later for a freshening.
Lockers Unlimited's original built was an Expression Engine site. When it came time for a refresh, we rebuilt in Wordpress. The client didn't need such a custom setup and Wordpress allowed them to dig much deeper into SEO work for their business. The new site plays...
The City of Gastonia wanted an easy-to-use website where they could control their own news and information. This site features some of the city's features and news reports, as well as links to community news outlets.
CollegeTShirtClub.com was a fun project because the business idea seems golden. The website sells subscriptions for customers to receive random college shirts each month. The site design evokes that cool college vibe while being easy to navigate and simple to manage.
Allen Tate typically features its best agents in local print media, but this year they wanted to add a digital brag board. The challenges on this mini-site were to allow each agent a direct link to feature their listing while also keeping it responsive and easy to load.
Working with a design from a boutique marketing firm, this project was a lot of fun because of its quirks. The site features lots of background videos and interactive elements to take users on an adventure in marketing and branding.
The original Cary Periodontics website was built using static HTML pages. This "business card" site contained basic practice information and encouraged current and future clients to contact them for additional information. When it came time for a refresh, the new site...
The preschool located within Charlotte's St. Stephens United Methodist Church sought to expand its online presence beyond the page on the church website. They enlisted me to revamp their branding and build a website that could better serve their needs.
Union Grove General Store enlisted my help to develop a fully interactive and functional ecommerce site for its Case XX Knives. Its existing site (on the right) had a Google Checkout store, which users found cumbersome. As part of a branding overhaul, which included a...
Croft Community School's PTA was using an older content management system that was hard to update and looked dated (see below). As a community service project, I created a new site pro bono. The site will expand in the future to allow the PTA to accept online payments...
MSTS is a Concord-based business that caters to those buying or selling their home or moving their furniture. Along with a new, clean website, MSTS has basic SEO to help them be more visible to potential customers in the area. The website also features a new, clean...
Partnering with a local boutique marketing company, I originally rebuilt the town's website from a Joomla content management system but mimicked the entire design in Wordpress so that the marketing company could perform content updates more easily. In late 2016, I was...
The clients weren't happy with the service they received for their former website and approached me for advice on how to move forward. Rather than transfer the existing design, we developed a brighter, more sophisticated site. The site includes an easier system for...
Jimmie Johnson Foundation's site features an easy to use content management system and responsive wireframe, making it easy for mobile users to navigate.
Browne's Ferry HOA didn't have a website and was missing out on a significant opportunity to communicate with homeowners regarding local news, resources and information. The site was built pro bono as a community service project that also included branding, social...
McCreesh Place is part of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Homeless Services Network. They needed a website overhaul, migrating from a static HTML site to something more dynamic that would attract multiple visits. The new site, built in ExpressionEngine, includes a news...
This well-known Charlotte non-profit agency wanted to perform a visual facelift of their old site, as well as ensure mobile friendliness. The new site mimics the organization's branding standards.