The Temecula Valley Sewing Center website needed a fresh new look, as well as some feature upgrades, and at the same time it was essential to future-proof the design. Some HTML5 features were used, as well as Google Wallet, Amazon Product Advertising, Google Adsense, and MailChimp integration. Google Calendar and a custom Google Map were also part of the work done.
This was one of the most rewarding websites to create. CCBF is the church that I go to, and although I had met most of the pastors at one time or another, it has been wonderful to develop more of a relationship with them as we worked together to make the site, and as we continue to build custom features.
The style and colors of the website were hand-picked by the CCBF pastors, and the website was made in such a way that they can edit and create content easily.
An ongoing project, the CKS Property Management website is the culmination of thousands of hours of work over the last 3+ years. Most of the website being behind a login, you cannot browse to see 99% of the work done, but this site handles every aspect of property management. To the benefit of tenants and property owners alike, CKS Property Management has a robust and complete property management experience. If you've been looking for a great property management company, look no further.
Calvary Chapel Snowflake needed a new website, but more importantly a web developer that was honest. They had previously worked with 3 separate companies that had overcharged them, and they had almost nothing to show for it. This website took about 4 days to put together, and we had it up and running just before Easter Sunday 2014!
Having worked in a nursery as a teen, working on this project with Color Spot Nurseries brought back a lot of memories. Color Spot provided all of the artwork for this website, and my job was to create the website from the artwork. The project also included some custom programming for PDF document processing.
MD Pool & Spa, Inc.
MD Pool & Spa had previously used another web designer to create their website, and it looked like an amateur job at best. There was no way that it reflected positively on the company, and if anything it made them look bad. The owner wanted his potential customers to see exactly who they were dealing with, and I think we did just that.
The new website is built on a content management system, allowing for easy content changes, the addition of galleries, and a whole lot more.
TLC Property Management
TLC's website is pretty cool under the hood. First off, the website is a dual app, routing some requests to my proprietary framework, and everything else to a WordPress installation. The framework, "Brain", handles custom API type access for raw data from the MLS, and then WordPress serves as an excellent content management system for most everything else. WordPress is great for the client, because they want to be able to manage some of their own content, but Brain excels for custom programming and keeping code super clean.