The sites below are examples of WordPress sites i've built for clients that showcase a diverse range of needs and goals.
I did all the development work on these sites, usually working with the marketing team for the respective company and working together to create the layouts for the sites.
UWC Isak Japan
I have worked on a number of iterations of the site with previous and current Marketing Director.
Benefits Law Center
Benefits Law Center has been a client of mine since 2013 since I initially worked with a team to develop a new website for them.
I've been working with them ever since and have created a number of micro-sites for their yearly events and a full site branding re-launch a few years ago.
For their last 5 fundraisers I have integrated a form from their website, built with gravity forms, and had zapier feed it to a number of mailchimp tags and to registered them for a zoom webinar. This has made follow up easy and also has made it easier to feed people into their little green light donor database.
Visit Seattle is a client I recently worked with to take an interactive pdf and convert to a WordPress site that would be easier to use at their trade show booth.
Site features a streamlined design with fixed sidebar and limited text with nice large graphics.
The site is meant to run over a local mac computer that doesn't need to be connected to the internet.
I worked with Talyst in 2016 to redo their website.
I did all development work in conjunction with the marketing team and the art direction was led by Tom Hock.
Space4Architecture has been a client of mine since 2015 when I worked with them to redesign their website. We have done a number of changes to the navigation system over the subsequent years.