5 Star Sweets is a local bakery in Hopkinton that specializes in Cake Pops and Chocolates. I created this website for owner Barb Fischer in 2012. The website is designed in WordPress using a customized version of the WordPress them Twenty Eleven. The site includes the WP e-Commerce Shopping Cart by getshopped.org. The site was designed so that the client is able to update the website text and add photos herself, as well as add new products.
This was one of my favorite websites on which to work. The cake pops are so creative and delicious. The wonderful photographs by Vicki Francis made it easy to design an appealing site. Having great photos to work with is a key factor in designing an attractive site.
Miss Tanya’s is a family of nursery schools in Westborough, Massachusetts, including Miss Tanya’s Nursery School, Longmeadow School and Woodland School. I originally designed a site for them in 2007 using Dreamweaver and then updated it for them annually to add their new calendar and class/camp offerings. In 2012, I converted their site to WordPress, so that now they can update the site themselves. Their site is designed using a customized version of the Twenty Eleven WordPress theme.
AAA Charters Sportfishing is based in Scituate, Massachusetts and offers chartered fishing trips out of Mill Wharf Marina. The site is designed in WordPress using the Codium Extend theme by Henri Labarre. The client can edit the site and add photos and videos themselves. The site includes the WP e-Commerce Shopping Cart by getshopped.org for customers to pay their deposits online, as well as the WP Booking Calendar by wpdevelop for customers to book their charter date online.
The Freedman Center at MSPP, based in Newton, Massachusetts, was formerly known as WarmLines. Although I never did the initial design of the WarmLines site, I have been maintaining and updating it since 2003, as well as doing other online marketing and social media tasks for the organization. In 2009, after WarmLines became a subsidiary of MSPP, I updated the site to make it match the MSPP styling and layout. In 2011 I helped it become fully integrated with the main MSPP site. Credit for the MSPP site design goes to Lynda Schlosberg of Branding Works, I just converted the Freedman Center site to match the MSPP site. The Freedman Center keeps me busy throughout the year helping to promote all of their programs.