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White Chimneys Website

Category : Website

Hey everyone, sorry for the delay in the update, but I’ve been busy with work at my “real” job, and working on a LOT of FlyTraffic projects. The documentary is coming along, though much slower than I originally anticipated. I’ve been working on a website for White Chimneys for a while now, and am proud to show it to you all!

WordPress gives them the ability to keep the content fresh and up to date. They have even soon  integrated a blog into their site, so stay tuned for that to start soon! The theme we picked is Dandelion by Pexeto. It’s simple elegance really captured the feel that they were looking for. I then went in and made numerous tiny tweaks to the coding to fit the content they wanted, give it the feel they wanted, etc.

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Gap Community Church Website

After spending almost a year and a half working for Gap Community Church, I knew just how bad and hard to work with their website was. But when I was working there, I didn’t know much about web design. So when they approached me about helping them create a new website, I jumped at the opportunity.

The first thing we did was move hosts and platforms. WordPress would be so much easier for them to work with than what they were previously using. After reviewing many options for WordPress themes, we finally settled on one, then it was just a matter of recreating content, getting pictures, and setting up logins for the users so they could update the things they need to.

I am really pleased with the way it turned out, so please take a second and check it out Gap Community Church’s new website!

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4GIVE 2LIVE Website

Category : Website

About a month ago I was approached by the founder of 4GIVE 2LIVE about building their website. They were in a rough spot because their previous developer decided to drop them after they decided to try to go for the Christian Market. They had about 2 weeks before they went to CreationFest and wanted the website up by then. It was the roughest 2 weeks in that I can recall having in recent years, but the website was up and running by the time they left to head up there.

The website was built using WordPress (as is my site), and while I can build in Dreamweaver, WordPress is by far my preferred method.