Browse these website designs to see some of the businesses and organizations I have served in Ann Arbor and Southeast Michigan. For examples of content creation, ghostwriting, or social media marketing, click here.
A nonprofit website with a private page for volunteers:
Above is a six-page HTML/CSS website for a nonprofit that includes a private page for volunteers and an interactive calendar. Created originally in 2010, this site is currently being updated to optimize it for mobile devices.
A larger nonprofit website with a blog:
Above is a 50-page WordPress website for a nonprofit that includes a blog, social links, an interactive map, and more.
A therapist website including blog & event sign-ups:
This 38-page WordPress site gave its owner a fresh look with lots of new capacity including a blog and, most importantly, a payment gateway that allows her clients to sign up online for her regular monthly workshops as well as special retreats. Her previous website (below) was built in the early 2000s and was ready for an upgrade.
Since the client requested a different featured image on each page, we worked together to select complementary images and develop a coherent, clean design that accomplishes her business goals.
A small business website with a blog
The owner of this website had responded to a WIX ad to build a do-it-yourself-website and quickly realized that she needed help to implement her vision. Although WIX offers drag-and-drop editing, it can be frustrating for laypeople to navigate, even for clients like this with a master’s degree! I helped her find images to convey her message, fix mobile viewing challenges, and adapt the WIX template to a pleasing color palate. We also started her off blogging, which gives her customers valued information and also helps them find her in Google searches.
An education website with a digital store:
Above is my first mock-up for website re-design using WordPress. The client is an educator with a national audience. She eventually selected a different design, but I like showing this because it illustrates the role that images and color play in setting the tone for the entire website. A mock-up is a site that isn’t fully built out, but shows the proposed ‘architecture’ and tone of the site. Click here to see the images and colors the client ultimately preferred.
A one-page ‘calling card’ website
This website above was created using cherished photos taken by the owner. The design is modern yet very simple, so the owner will be able to update it himself.
A simple wholesale business website:
An image-rich WordPress website for a wholesale e-commerce business in Ann Arbor. Its sister company is featured in examples of my content creation projects.
A small business website update to solve problems with SEO, mobile viewing & more:
Above is a six-page small business website update that includes a WordPress blog that had fallen into neglect with a theme that no longer worked. In additional to making site improvements for SEO and mobile viewing, we refreshed the blog with a fresh look and new content written by the owner, along with adding images to older posts.