This great bakery got a new simple WordPress site that they update as needed. They focus their online efforts on the Facebook page that I set up for them. See their site here or visit them on Facebook.
This is a website that I made for local green builder. Their photo portfolio shows the amazing talent that they have. When you have a great product, great pictures and happy customers do all your advertising for you.
This is a site that I designed and built and maintained for about 8 years. It is for a local parent run community group that focuses on parent education and community initiatives. My version of the site is retired now.
ChaplinKids.org is a community based organization for parents and families. This is a WordPress CMS site, so the clients can update and add content to the site at will.
New Ground Construction is a great local construction company that specializes in building green homes. Their website is built using the WordPress CMS, so they update their photos and content whenever they please. Take a look at their photo gallery
The Town of Chaplin’s website was built in collaboration with my friends over at Logistics Consulting. Ben and Jessica are a crack team. Great attention to detail and all the technical skills you need to make ur website work for
This site belongs to Brad Dobeck. I built it for him using SquareSpace, a CMS service. He updates the content regularly and the site has outstanding search engine results. If you know anyone that wants to go to law school,
The Healthy Alternative Market is owned and operated by my clients Heidi and Sara Zelonka. Their store is located in Storrs/Mansfield, CT. They wanted a simple website that would integrate the logo that had been designed by their graphic artist
Woodstock Hill Preserves is owned and operated by my client, Maureen Estony. Maureen is a great example of an independent, do-it-yourself client. I set up her WordPress based site, mostly by integrating her existing business logo into a simple template.
Neighbors Paper is owned and distributed by the wonderful Tom King. This great little paper is free and available throughout Eastern Connecticut. Tom previously had a CMS based site that confusing and not flexible enough. We kept his hosting with