Brand new website for the elusive SHOUT, a non-profit organization that works behind-the-scenes in South Haven to beautify, to educate and entertain, to make this harbor town even better. I enjoyed making this website very much. Lots of great pictures and information about South Haven that I did not know. Great people to work with, they give a lot of their time and energy to this organization and have a lot of fun doing it.
New website redesign for one of my all time favorite clients: Foundry Hall, a non-profit organization that believes in “Building Community Through Music since 2007”. Andru is a musician and friend, he founded Foundry Hall in an amazing building in downtown South Haven. The building has since been sold, but Foundry Hall lives on sponsoring live music in South Haven.
A nice website upgrade for the South Haven Speakers Series. New style, new flexibility with more advanced features. This is a very popular series which brings in quality speakers from local and national sources. The Speakers Series, like the Performance Series, was initiated by SHOUT. They are both now non-profits in their own right, presenting a number of very popular subjects and music. While folks may be technical enough to update their own websites, some do not like to spend the time and bother to do it.
I offer web maintenance plans to keep your website up to date with an added fee each month. (based on hours needed)
New website upgrade for the South Haven Community Foundation, a publicly supported, non-sectarian, philanthropic institution which does wonderful things for all sorts of non-profit groups in South Haven. I kept much of the information and structure from the old website (Wix), which was very well compiled and displayed. I transferred it – copy and paste – into the WordPress content management system (CMS). Now, or in the future, that same great information can be easily transferred – imported – into another CMS.
The goal of the site is to bring these non-profit groups in South Haven together through information and a shared purpose. Great organization, nice people, I am so glad to be involved with them.
New website by the people at Foundry Hall for the South Haven community, from a grant from the South Haven Community Foundation. The folks over at Foundry Hall are pretty technical. They really do everything on their own website. So they decided to take that expertise and donate it to the cultural community in South Haven by sponsoring this website.
Website Update – After the summer we saved the lighthouse (2015), the Historical Association wanted to update the lighthouse website to add more functionality now, and in the future. As well as match the new HASH site, which was created after the original lighthouse website.
The South Haven Pier Light is the iconic symbol of South Haven, and only one of four lighthouses in the state that still has a catwalk. The website is the lighthouse’s hub for visitor information, fundraising efforts, lighthouse history, and events happening in conjunction with the lighthouse.
I was very excited to do a website for Mark Moore of Moore Drywall, basically because I think Mark is a great artist and craftsman. He did some very complex drywall in my house that I rehabbed. What an amazing job they did, I look at it every day. Moore Drywall is know as the best of the best to my general contractor. “Wouldn’t use anybody else.” It’s a simple website meant to inform potential clients on what they do.
New website for a new client. A group of tour guides in Chicago branch out on their own and one of the tools at their disposal for their new venture is a website with booking built right in. This theme is tailor made for any type of appointment site. The site takes reservations for the 4 guides and does a nice job describing their various tours.
RK Media is a Chicago based media representation firm that partners with B2B trade publishers, special interest publications and websites selling advertising space. Ryan, who established the company in 2006, did not have a website. So I created one from scratch for him and his wife Melissa, who joined him at the company in 2016. The dramatic photographs on the home page incorporate a parallax effect, which draws the eye to tell their story. A clean, classy, and very effective B2B website.
I have been working with Vacationland Sales for over 10 years. John, the owner, who is a very nice man, does not have an email address. He has quite a Rolodex on his desk in his large office on the edge of Sandy Pines RV resort in Hopkins, Michigan. Park Model Homes are not as well known as RVs, so one of the purposes of the website is to explain what they are and their advantages.
Another purpose is to advertise the Park Models and RV trade-ins on their lot. This is the third upgrade to their website with a new look, and new CMS to make it much easier for Barb, who updates the website, to add new listings. John takes the pictures.