This project was a complete redo of a site that was developed by a fiverr developer who really didn’t know what he was doing. Having gained expertise with Elementor, I decided to stick with that platform. It also required custom post types and permalinks. Additionally, this system required offering downloads to users that register. It currently is not launched yet.
This project involved moving from a WP Bakery site to Elementor. custom post types, breadcrumbs and permalinks. Optimizing technical and on-page SEO (which is ongoing and difficult due to the lack of rankable content.) In this project, we established daily checks for detection of UI changes due to plugin conflicts. We also implemented a helpdesk system.
This project involved HTML/CSS rendering of PDFs of pre-written content, performing edits, formatting new pages, importing imagery, adding design elements, pricing tables, contact elements, refining stylesheets, adjusting alignments and spacing, testing and refining responsiveness, integrating MailChimp, and adding GDPR features.
This project was already using a selected theme which had lots of restrictions in content rendering (we build our own themes so your not locked into any one design.) By applying generous CSS customizations, we were able to achieve the look the AKA Management was after.
It incorporated a Slider, Service Description, Interfaced with a 3rd party Registration system, Product Descriptions, About Us Section, Testimonials, Product Links and a Contact Us page.
The Acne Lab
This project involved creating a custom theme using an existing website as the requirements (basically converting a custom site to WordPress.) Once I got the skeleton of the site functional, the owner decided to use a more established company. Still, it was a great experience and I learned a lot about acne!
It incorporates a true CMS (the WordPress blog) which serves content for pages through shortcodes. It was designed to allow them to make text updates to the site without involving a WordPress developer. The blog sidebar menus were context sensitive as well! Someday, I would love to continue a similar project to fulfill the design’s promise.
Jim's Home and Landscape Services
This was a website from an old business venture when I swore I would never sit behind a desk again (that didn’t last long – someday I’ll write about that experience.) It features a before / after carousel and a job estimator / scheduler. It never made it to “prime time” but those two functional elements are pretty cool so leaving it here for now. Site development was abandoned.