wordpress for warblerwatch

Warbler Watch screen grabI’ve been building this website, inspired by the recent WordPress WordCamp, with the goal of providing Warbler Watch with the ability to edit their own content.

Just checked in a few weeks later, and lo and behold, they’ve been making changes to the original design! That’s the idea behind using WordPress as the somewhat-easy-to-use CMS, tho’ we designers often like to control our designs more…. ahhhhh, the pros and cons of CMS and letting go of control.


wordpress makes it easy to build websites

Oncomet's BannerHere’s an example of a simple, informative website which I created using WordPress, by customizing a fairly minimalist template. Other benefits of developing with WordPress are the CMS – content management system – so that clients can edit their content without knowing programming. And, WordPress is inherently built for optimal searches. More info at oncomet.com and by clicking on “blog banners & wordpress customizations” at left.

going live!

lizkighnkidsandteens2Been working on this website for Marin Psychotherapist Liz Kughn. It’s been a fantastic collaboration with Liz – she does lots of the text editing using wordpress, and will be able to make changes and additions very easily, and I’ve created the design, graphics, and customized the css from the original template. It’s great to go live!LizHomePage

coming to the idra

idra-flyer… working on a graphic look to represent a series of interconnected spiritual learning opportunities at Kol Shofar, just the kind of challenge I love. This beautiful tree is right here in San Rafael, and here is an ad, I created for the series, recently published in the J.

kitschy banner

Just love working with great material for this banner for an online auction. This year’s fundraiser at Congregation Kol Shofar, as well as the Purim spiel, are sure to be lots of fun with the kitschy Disco theme.

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