Dobrá Tea US Website Redesign

Posted on Jan 21, 2014

Needing an e-commerce solution, the partners and owners of tearooms in both the US and Prague, CZ, wanted to sell tea online to customers.  A combination of tools were used – WordPress, Stripe and Cart66 – to create a system that is both user-friendly for customers as well as the folks fulfilling the orders. A secure, seamless shopping...

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Islesboro Beacon Project

Posted on Jul 19, 2013

In need of a website that was dynamic and could support the mission and fundraising intiatives of the Beacon Project, a solution for this nonprofit involved several key elements. Keep the hosting as inexpensive as possible – how about free! A simple e-commerce solution that didn’t incur a monthly expense A website management tool that allowed the team of editors to easily and understandably modify photo galleries, add items to the...

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Why Your Website Should Not Resemble Your Org Chart

Posted on Jan 3, 2013

  Primarily, I work with colleges and universities to restructure their websites for the best user experience. A visit to a college’s website should provide a prospective student—whether still in high school or an older adult—with a perspective that allows them to feel, “I belong here, I want to go here,” “This place will be good for me.”  I am brought in to website redesign projects to restructure, realign, force the marketing and...

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Non-profit: Sustainable Woodstock

Posted on May 23, 2011

The site for Sustainable Woodstock was developed in a joint effort with Michael Stoner, lead volunteer on the project and long-time non-profit website guru. It was built on the WordPress platform with customization of the original theme. The site includes a feed from Google Calendar into the right hand sidebar, e-commerce system for donations using InternetSecure, a Google form for gathering volunteer information, and news feeds from the...

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