Soooooo... it's been a while since I last posted. A lot has happened since December of 2018 when last I put something up. One of the big things (aside from coronavirus... btw, stay safe) is that I've partnered with a good friend and great artists/designer/photographer to establish Creative Sarasota Design and Development. We've got a … Continue reading Creative Sarasota Design & Development
I just finished a delightful website renovation that required skills in a bunch of different areas of website development: Logo Work, Design Modifications, Layout and Navigation, Thematic Consistency, Security, a little Video Work, and Copy Development. Plus, I got to learn a whole new WordPress page builder and learned more about the personal fitness training … Continue reading Designer Fitness Website Renovation
I just finished an ad for my client New York Slice Company. (BTW, if you're in the Sarasota, Florida area and want some fantastic pizza, check them out). Pizza is, of course, the world's perfect food. And it is even more perfect for school sports teams. It's a great way to affordably celebrate with the … Continue reading Sports Calendar Advertising
I would like to introduce a Sarasota therapist who specializes in what is called divorce counseling or divorce coaching: Cassandra Winters. She also happens to be my latest client and we just completed her web development project. Check out her new website at http://www.CassandraWinters.com Her concerns during our initial meeting included the effectiveness of her … Continue reading Sarasota Counselor & Divorce Coach Website
Whether you are farmer's market vendor or brick-n-mortar store owner, postcards make great handbills. The glossy presentation is eye catching, the thick stock feels good in the hand, and 2 sides gives you lots of room for design and information. This week I printed up an information & location postcard for my client The Glenn … Continue reading Use A Postcard As A Handbill
If your WordPress website is important to your business or organization then it is crucial that it be audited at least every month. Even if your website is just a "brochure" website or a simple landing page and doesn't receive regular updates, a lot can happen to it that will negatively impact your business or reputation. Here are some examples and stories of things that can happen if you don't audit your website regularly and the basic things you should audit when you do.
There are many plugins that facilitate a fairly easy migration process for moving a WordPress website from one server to another. But you should always follow these 2 rules.