Pegasus Early Music

The Pegasus Early Music homepage

The Pegasus Early Music homepageMost of my projects come from referrals but Deb Fox, the founder and Artistic Director at Pegasus Early Music, found me in an online search for local (Rochester) web developers. And I’m glad she did. Deb and her interns were great to work with and the redesign had some fairly complex functionality that challenged me, in a good way.
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BFLO Harbor Kayak

BFLO Harbor Kayak redesign website home

BFLO Harbor Kayak redesign website homeSUP BFLO? The recent redesign of the BFLO Harbor Kayak website turned a simple informational webpage into a full-fledged website that allows customers to reserve and pay for spots in the kayak tours and standup paddleboard lessons that they offer. That’s what.Continue Reading

Five Star Urgent Care

Five Star Urgent Care redesigned homepage

Five Star Urgent Care redesigned homepage

I partnered with Buffalo-based graphic designer Amber Rampino to build this WordPress site based on her designs. The theme itself has some built-in interactive and easy to use functionality like slideshows, rotating client testimonials, and an FAQ with collapsible accordion sections to save space. Personally, I think the custom Five Star logo map markers on the locations page are cool. All of course in an attractive, functional design by Amber!

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Veterans’ Business Council

www.veteransbusinesscouncil.org website

www.veteransbusinesscouncil.org website

The board members who keep the Rochester Regional Veterans’ Business Council are busy folks. They’re often business owners themselves and leaders in their field. They have families and are very involved in their communities and other charitable organizations. Like everybody, their “free” time is in short supply.

Technologically, their existing website and related membership renewal processes weren’t helping. They were tedious and time intensive.

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IGI

IGI redesigned homepage screenshot

the newly redesigned IGI homepage

The IGI website redesign is another collaboration between myself and James from the House of Bogue.

The newly redesigned site not only features a fresh look but entirely new back-end administrative functionality as well.

James’ art direction included an updated logo and much more professional, modern look for the site.

To improve functionality, the new site was built using the WordPress platform. Previously, content was contained in static ASP pages and required not only specialized software to connect to the web server and make changes to the markup but HTML knowledge as well. WordPress provides a web-based control panel that can be accessed from anywhere and allows content editing with no more knowledge than is required to create and edit a document in your word processing software.

Other updates include more simplified navigation, search functionality, JavaScript interaction, and integration with IGI’s social media accounts.