New(ish) Sites

By November 21, 2010New Sites, WordPress

I am bound and determined to get this updated with all of my latest projects – some of these are a few months old, but I don’t want to neglect anyone.

Comforts of Home

http://comfortsofhomeshop.com

I originally did the web site for this Elko, Nevada-based retailer way back in 2006. As you may have noticed, things have changed a lot in web design between then and now. It was a cute site for 2006, but I was thrilled when they told me they were ready for a 2010-style makeover. I redesigned the whole site and built in in WordPress, and included several custom navigation systems to help their customers find exactly what they are looking for quickly and easily.

Greg Butler Homes

http://gbutlerhomes.com

Greg Butler Homes helps the lovely people of Austin achieve their dream home. They wanted a site that was clean and sophisticated, with large photos of their beautiful work. With the magic of WordPress, they can add new photos as they build!

Packard Consulting

http://packardconsulting.com

Another makeover! Amy Packard is an Executive Recruiting Consultant and Recruiter, and I created her original web site back in 2006 as well. Over the years, her needs changed, and she decided to take the plunge with a total redo. This time the keyword was “minimal.” She wanted to bring the focus more to her blog and social networking, and remove everything else. Done!

Eye Associates of Central Texas

http://eyeassociatestexas.com

This ophthalmology office needed a clean, professional web site that would provide their patients and potential patients with any information they needed quickly and easily. Patient forms, descriptions of vision disorders, and directions to both of their locations are all easily accessible.

Sticker Stop

http://stickerstop.com

Sticker Stop is the home of the 10-minute vehicle inspection! Locally owned and operated, Sticker Stop is growing to add more locations, and wanted a web site that could grow with it. Having the site in WordPress means it is easy for information to be added and updated as they get bigger.

Denis Lee

http://denisclee.com

Denis Lee is a retired professor emeritus and Michigan-based artist. He had a template-based web site that did not afford him any ecommerce capabilities, and was not doing his artwork justice. I created a brand new site for him with a complete ecommerce solution and a new look to show off his work.

Are You Ready?

Whether you need a brand new site, or want to bring your old web site into 2010, I am happy to help! I am currently booking December 2010 for new projects—contact me to discuss yours!

Author Jenny

Jenny founded Websy Daisy way back in 2004, when she saw that there was a real need for custom web design for small businesses and small budgets. She has been working as a web designer and graphic designer for more than 15 years, and has created hundreds of web sites for entrepreneurs, authors, small businesses, artists, designers, and business professionals.

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