A note for anyone who stumbled upon me here: WordPress is the Internet’s premier website building tool and Swiss Army knife. It has been a great, democratizing force online by removing the need to know much of anything about coding or technology. It earns its name “content management system” because with WordPress you get to focus on what you create – your words, your images, your media – rather than spending time on all the coding and programming you likely couldn’t care less about. (Ignore my references to programming things below.) If you’ve been frustrated with building a website in the past, give WordPress a shot.
The following are recent examples of sites I’ve worked on.
This WordPress site uses a responsive framework with significant custom CSS. MoreThanData, Inc. creates custom, nonprofit management software for Habitat for Humanity Affiliates. [View Site]
I Am An Autism Parent
This WordPress blog uses a responsive HTML5 WordPress framework with custom CSS. (Change the site width back and forth to see a variety of changes.) [View Site]
Example app: The “Inspiration Generator”, which is a jQuery app that allows visitors to click a button as many times as they like and get inspirational quotes. The app pulls quotes from a separate JSON file.
Latin American Choral Music
This custom WordPress site provides the ability to search numerous, curated databases related to Latin American Choral Music. These are large MySQL databases (up to tens of thousands of records) that researchers and visitors can access using several PHP search pages. [View Site]
This is an example of an expanded brochure-type WordPress site. We took her existing print brochure and used the additional space a website affords to elaborate on key aspects of her business and practice. [View Site]