We created a clean and simple website for Doherty’s North Freeport Store, a local family-run business in our community. We created this WordPress site using the Genesis framework and integrated with Facebook and Google Maps.
We developed the website for Shift Sustainable Home Goods using WordPress. They had a previous website that they liked, but that was not built using a content management system, so they had no way to update it on their own without their web developers help. We created the new site using the same look and feel of their old site, but building it on a platform that allowed them to easily update any information they wanted at any time.
This site also integrated with their email newsletter program MailChimp so that site visitors could easily sign up and be added to their MailChimp newsletter list.
The purpose of the Green Hobby House website was to create a simple, modern and easy-to-navigate site using WordPress. We also provided photography services for this project. Additionally, it’s a digital download e-commerce site integrated with PayPal.
The site is cohesive with the Green Hobby House logo that we designed as well as the business cards and other marketing materials created.
You can view the site live at www.greenhobbyhouse.com.
Our client wanted an update to his website that would look professional, modern and sleek. The goal was to create a site that was an extension of the restaurant and provided the same look and feel. We created this clean, modern site using WordPress . The live site can be viewed at www.emilitsa.com.
The Brown Stitch is another business we run and we developed our website for it using WordPress. This site is integrated with PayPal, features a blog and multiple image galleries. The goal of this site was to create an easy-to-navigate interface where users could find different kinds of knitting patterns based on different categories. Main category pages feature thumbnail images and then each individual pattern page features a gallery. thebrownstitch.com