Last week I migrated Direct Mail & Digital Advertising company Coups2Cash.com, from Joomla 1.5 to WordPress. The new site design was provided by Tom at TG Graphics, Manchester NH. My job was to build the new template (Photoshop to WordPress) and load the content. The end result was not exactly as Tom designed, but a … Continue reading Coups2Cash.com
For this project I updated the MtnWeekly News WordPress template. I added to the template some widget and menu locations so MtnWeekly News can easy control the layout. The new header got 1) a widget area for ad space, 2) the site masthead, and 3) main menu location. All three can be controlled and maintained using the … Continue reading MtnWeekly.com gets a facelift
This was a really fun project, and I really enjoyed working with Paul Pat Morse an artist and jeweler. The Rusticator shop has been selling antiques, vintage and contemporary art, jewelry, for a long time. When I first met Pat he wanted to build this site in DreamWeaver. But I told him how much faster it … Continue reading Rusticator.com
I built a new WordPress site for MATSA.info using the WP Twenty Seventeen template. This is the first time I have used Twenty Seventeen and think the code is just fantastic. MATSA’s old site had both side bars and a top menu bar, leading to a lot of confusion. Making the site look huge when … Continue reading MATSA.info
ZacharyBerger.com is another new WordPress website I’ve built using a customized version of the “Twenty Sixteen” template. The quality of the “Twenty Sixteen” template is fantastic. Perhaps the best I’ve worked with so far. There is lots of custom CSS3 in this project: rounded corner on many elements, background colors, blends and images, and mobile-first media queries. My … Continue reading ZacharyBerger.com
Burns Insurance has been my insurance agency for years. So I was thrilled when they asked me to build them a new website. This new site is built using WordPress and a customized version of the “Twenty Sixteen” template. I also made artwork for the header using a photo they took of the office and some artistic … Continue reading Burns Insurance
I have worked with Joan for many years, as my primary contact at two associations I support, MASOC and NEARI. So I was really thrilled when Joan, now a Fellow at the US Department of Justice asked me to develop her own website and blog. JoanTabachnick.com is a WordPress powered website with a customized version of the Spacious (demo) template … Continue reading Joan Tabachnick
PasqualeTallarico.com is a site about an incredibly amazing person, my own Grandfather. My brother Frank Rexford designed the site and organized the content, and I put it into WordPress. I started with the WP Twenty Sixteen theme and modified the header and made some simple color changes. The sheet music you can see in the header is CLAIRE DE … Continue reading Pasquale Tallarico American Pianist
In early May I helped launch the new website for Vigilant Inc. of Dover, NH. The site is built on a custom PHP framework with a ZenCart powered shop. The new look is based on a modified version of ThemeNectar’s Salient WordPress Theme, a responsive multi-purpose business theme. This theme (I did not choose) has a … Continue reading Vigilant Inc.
I launched a WordPress site for Anne B. Parsons, PhD. recently, using a modified version of the Twenty Thirteen theme. My first iteration of the site was designed to match Anne’s business card. After a few iterations we want with a warm inviting color scheme, instead of following the style of the business card, but kept the … Continue reading Anne B. Parsons, PhD.
I just launched a new website for Forberg Law Office, PLL. This new site is built on WordPress, with a customized template. I put the site framework together and Rick, Lisa Forberg’s husband loaded the content. Rick will also maintain the site, and I’ll be his backup. We started with a copy of the GeneratePress (see below) theme. I then … Continue reading Forberg Law Office, PLLC
Global Laminates is a supplier of hard-to-find products for the PCB and Plastics Industries. For this project I converted an OpenCart eCommerce website. The eCommerce features were not needed any more, and the owner wanted something easy to maintain. I converted the OpenCart template to WordPress, and made it a responsive design. Then imported all of the old site content.
Karen Ela Kenny is a Collaborative Divorce Coach in Nashua NH. From working with Karen it was easy to tell she must be really good at her job, collaboration. This project went very smoothly and the end result looks great. I built the site on WordPress using a responsive template. Some of the design variations we went through are … Continue reading NH Divorce Coach
I’ve been going to the Hillsborough County Agricultural Fair since I was in high school. It’s a wonderful local fair. I couldn’t be more thrilled to build their new website. I choose WordPress for this site because it’s maintained by volunteers so it needs to be easy to maintain. I’m really happy with how it came out and I think … Continue reading Hillsborough County Agricultural Fair
The Notch Hostel is a new hostel in the Whites Mountain of New Hampshire. I was super thrilled when Serena & Justin contacted me about the project. The WordPress site I built for them will be easy to maintain themselves. The responsive template I built adapts nicely between desktop screens, tablets, and smartphones. We looked at a bunch of … Continue reading The Notch Hostel