Archive for the ‘Website Design’ Category

Sweet Bella Bakery’s Website

Monday, January 17th, 2011

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After designing a logo and business card for Sweet Bella Bakery, I got to work on their website.  Amanda (the dough-diva) was all set to do her site through blogger, which is where she set up her blog.  But, once I realized that blogger could only have the blog page as the front page, I decided to go with the more traditional route and built the website using Dreamweaver and made the blogger blog match the overall design of the site.  The website also includes a flash gallery of cookie photos and a form for cookie-lovers to place their orders.  Check out the whole site at www.sweetbellabakery.com. (And thanks Amanda!  As always, it was so fun working with you!)

McKeever Fine Art Website

Wednesday, February 3rd, 2010

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When Elizabeth McKeever contacted me about designing her website, she wanted a clean and simple showcase for her artwork.  I took elements from the logo I designed for her and tried to stay as true to her art and her vision as possible.  I really wanted her art to be the focus of the site.  She is very happy with the results and I’m looking forward to future projects with her.

Check out the whole site at http://www.mckeeverfineart.com.

United Lutherie Website Design

Friday, October 16th, 2009

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My husband Denny is a guitar fanatic.  He loves playing guitar and perfecting his sound and tone.  He also has a passion for repairing guitars and making them play “just right”.  When we moved to Ohio he sought out some place where he could learn more about repairing and making guitars.  And he found United Lutherie.  He’s taken several lessons down in Athens, Ohio and when they needed a website designed, they remembered that Denny’s wife does that.  We’ve spent a couple of months getting the design just right and finally unveiled the site last night.  There are a few things left to do, but that is the beauty of the web.  You can always keep updating.  Check out the whole site here.