Carla Royder is an incredibly talented interior designer based out of San Antonio, Texas, traveling nationally for design projects. This site serves primarily as a professional portfolio, and is built on the WordPress platform so the company can easily add to the site in the future. Custom coded elements included sizing and filtering options on the Portfolio page and Project galleries, as well as a custom color palette. (This project also included logo design.)
Carla Royder Designs & Co.
If you've never experienced a good deep tissue massage you're missing out. Bluebird Massage and Mobility is a one-page responsive site built for a licensed clinical massage therapist. Because the information on the site would rarely change, we decided to go with a custom build, allowing for more control over mobile displays and site performance. (This project also included logo design.)
Bluebird Massage & Mobility
Cut Loose Hair Emporium is one of the only salons in its region to be a certified Bumble and bumble styling and retail location. The site had to do several things - provide information on services offered, explain and provide tiered pricing, behave as a portfolio gallery, and support regular posting for announcements and updates. Built on the WordPress platform, this site is mobile responsive.
Cut Loose Hair Emporium
A local church needed a website update. Because their information rarely changes, we decided on a simple, custom-built site with only four pages. The "Location" page includes a dynamic Google map. Links on the right-hand side of the page take visitors to external, but related, sites.
Trinity Lutheran Church - Uvalde
What began as a way to get some free books has blossomed into a multi-faceted project. RaeReads.com continues to host book reviews in a blogroll format. These days it's also home to a sporadically updated podcast as well as a "home base" for any other mass media marinations. I created a custom header logo for the site and most of the graphic art is my own, with the obvious exception of book covers and movie screen-shots.
Amy's Attic is brick and mortar gift boutique that needed an online presence to share wedding and baby registries. The website includes multiple gallery displays. We decided to forgo an e-commerce option because many of the items in the store are available elsewhere online. Instead, a dedicated page on the site directs visitors to external product sites. (This project included a custom designed favicon based on an existing logo concept.)
Backwuds Barbee is essentially two distinct retail businesses - one-of-a-kind handcrafted vintage jewelry and a seasonal apparel line. The site had to function as an online marketplace, a portfolio gallery, a blog host, and a wholesale portal. Lots of work went into this site and we continue to makes changes to meet the evolving needs of the business; what you see pictured at right is the Spring 2015 version. Built using the WordPress platform and the WooCommerce plugin for online sales.