The following are a few of the projects I’ve done that demonstrate the quality and breadth of my work.
Custom Website Design & Development: Davis Frame
I’ve enjoyed providing technical website support to the great folks at Davis Frame for a couple years now, but recently it was time for them to overhaul their website and build a brand new one that better served their target audience and their goals.
You can check out the site here: https://www.davisframe.com/
Shopify Integration: Ma & Pembum
It was a pleasure working with Ma & Pembum, and a quick read through their website will immediately show you why! The folks at Ma & Pembum are funny, friendly, innovative and have great taste! They recently leveled up their business by providing a way for customers to design their own bags on their website. As is usually the case when you’re building something innovative, though, they ran into some technical challenges along the way. That’s where I came in.
I helped the folks at Ma & Pembum integrate the customizer app with their website by editing their Shopify theme’s code files. I wrote custom code to fix bugs in the customizer app and to display the customizer information on their website in a way that was on brand and looks stunning.
You can check it out here: https://maandpembum.com/pages/custom-orders
Custom Website Design & Development: Vermont Oxford Network
I do UI/UX development work as an employee of Vermont Oxford Network, and I love working there. The combination of VON’s inspiring mission, track record of 20+ years of actualizing that mission, and the opportunity to build innovative software that helps save lives is a joy.
Most of the work I do for VON is designing and developing software used by hospitals, but a couple years ago I had the pleasure of designing and developing VON’s public-facing website.
To create this site, I facilitated a user-centered design process with VON’s leadership team, marketing manager and other company stakeholders. We built “personas” in order to understand and communicate about our target audience, and then meticulously designed the site to meet our persona’s needs.
You can check it out here: https://public.vtoxford.org/
WordPress Blog Conversion: Unconditional Learning
Alex Shevrin of Unconditional Learning is a popular education consultant whose website started off as a WordPress blog. As her business grew, however, she needed her website to grow with it.
I worked with Alex to understand her mission and her goals, and then redesigned her site to market her services, communicate her mission and showcase her new book.
You can see her site here: https://unconditionallearning.org/