Web Site Redesigns
I took an old site build with a custom CMS that was out dated featuring art direction that was rudderless. For the makeover my client chose the popular Zerif Lite theme giving us an engaging design. The copy was updated to let prospective clients know that Rapidemand is a leader in making large technology deals.
Association of Roman Catholic Women Priests
For this project I migrated the site from a very small web hosting company to SiteGround, a major player in WordPress hosting.
Using the popular GeneratePress theme I met the objective of using the color story of the old site for the new one.
We also reorganized the content using Blog categories. We added an easy to use translate plugin to serve their world wide audience. We put into a place a better way to play the site’s many videos.
This client was very hands on as her knowledge and interest in WordPress was very strong. We had a very enjoyable collaborative effort.
The Canadian Mineralogist
Here I moved the client’s site from wordpress.com to WP Engine, a managed WP hosting service. That was quite a leap.
We replaced very confusing, bloated site navigation with a streamlined approach to the content. I added 3 different Gravity Forms, one of which was a fairly complex publications request form.
I used the old site’s logo as my guide for a more appealing site header logo.
As with other projects I created a child theme based using the popular theme, Amadeus.
Gallant Editorial Services
My client wanted an easier theme to work with but to maintain, as much as possible, the art direction of her site that she loved.
I chose the popular GeneratePress theme and added several styling and functionality customizations. Attention was paid to correctly resize your Project page images.
This site was also converted to use Gutenberg just before it was officially released in WordPress 5.0.
Spa Sisters/Awakening In Nature
This was one of my favorite projects as I converted an old fashioned static HTML site to WordPress. Fortunately, the site was small and I was able to copy/paste the content.
The client loved Elementor which was the new WordPress page builder during the project. We used it to integrate PayPal buttons and forms generated by the Contact Form 7 plugin.