Regan Hurst, owner of Rah-Coco’s Collectables was in need a website overhaul.
Instead of using my original and now out of date Dreamweaver creation, it was felt WordPress would better suit his needs with it’s dynamic page design and social networking plugins.
Images from the store along with information from Mister Hurst helped give users enough information about the store.
An event page covering in store events like Free Comic Book Day was created and pre-made assets from a local artist was used.
Sarah Ornstein, Director of the Davisville Free Library had requested a website upgrade.
The original website had been straightforward with information about the library and its activities.
Installation of the WordPress through the website’s host, Go Daddy was problem free.
After going over options with Sarah, the new website was implemented.
The siren song of comics lulled myself, Paul F. Chabot and along with Brenden O’Neill in 2008 to create a webcomic entitled The Legend of Lili Deacon.
Using the ComicPress add-on for WordPress we posted a page a week of the comic on Cartoon Frolics.
Using a free WordPress theme I set up a writer’s blog to use while I wrote my first science fiction novel.
The header image is from a photo I took in Claremont, New Hampshire.
Air Ventures’s website is the brainchild of fellow NEIT Alumni Doug Auclair.
The original site was a static designed in Illustrator and put together in Dreamweaver.
Doug wished to have a more dynamic site that could easily cross-post to the Air Ventures’ popular Facebook page.
Doug and co-owner Jacob had several requests that were easily doable through WordPress’s plugins. The photos used came from Doug while flying with students.
In the end, the website met with everyone’s approval and has since been updated by the Air Ventures’s staff.
Local businesswoman Cathy Chace had created VCVC Cupcakes and had been in business for several years when she requested a website revamp.
The revamp used existing photos, text from the original site and clip art assets from Dreamstime to give VCVC Cupcakes a new logo and background.
In the end, Mrs. Chace was very happy with the update.