We originally developed this site in 2004; this site redesign took advantage of all the orignal data driven elements but wrapped it in a new, WordPress package.
This was a custom site build for a local event. The client continues to update and maintain the site independently.
Newly re-launched site for a local optometrist.
BEFORE: Dreamweaver required for updates often resulting in broken visual elements because of the complexity of layered content. Rendered dramatically differently in each browser.
AFTER: Mobius joined the Web 2.0 generation with a WordPress platform that incorporates feature-rich tools, interactive elements; easy to update; renders consistently in all browsers.
BEFORE: this site required costly updates outsourced to an HTML expert. It was simply an online brochure rather than an interactive marketing platform.
AFTER: redesigned site makes use of WordPress as both an easy-to-maintain Content management system and as an interactive, SEO-generating blog.
Local Consulting Group to which Amanda Belongs
Our first design in 2004 required the client to use DreamWeaver for maintenance. The next iteration in 2010 uses WordPress with a focus on Internet marketing. Features individual WordPress sites for each faculty member.
Relaunched December 2009 with a focus on recruitment of both graduate and undergraduate students
BEFORE: Site with decent engagement but poor search engine rankings, very low volume of visits, and poor conversion numbers.
AFTER: Redesigned site results in better search engine placement, even better visitor engagement, and strong conversion data.
Top-level redesign using a diverse collection of tools within a WordPress platform.
Image-rich Wordpress blog intended to showcase the expertise of the blogger and offer special insights into living on the Oregon Coast.
Cost effective site design for a non-profit which wanted to be able to maintain the site easily themselves.
Custom site for a Vermont home that was for sale by owner.