I have had experience in the website design field for several years. Working with various content management systems, including Drupal, Rivista and Episerver, I prefer WordPress. Below are examples of WordPress sites I designed.
Nerd Lunch started as a blog in 2007. At first, it was a Blogspot/Blogger hosted site that just served as a home for random nerdy articles. As time went by, additional content became a huge part of the site and brand and the Blogger interface was no longer a great option for the home.
So a new WordPress site was created to be a hub for the various facets of the brand: podcast, articles, videos, and other links. Additionally, a database was included as a resource to share information about the copious guests who have been on the podcast.
Timberlane church of Christ was needing a new website. I was drafted to execute the project. After reviewing the strengths and weaknesses of other church websites, I split the site into various categories of focus: connection, growth and service.
This project came at the same time as a rebrand for the congregation and includes several new subbrands and logos for daily devotional series.
The site is essentially serves as a brochure site with links to sermons, events and other announcements.
Brand new website was needed for this financial literacy initiative created by First Commerce Credit Union. A simple brochure-style website to outline importance of the program as well as list available class offerings.