Daniel R Spirer, Jeweler

spirerjewelers.com Primarily to make his website responsive to mobile devices, this HTML website was moved to WordPress. This Boston-area jeweler was quite happy with the design of the HTML site, so it was used as a template for the updated version. The site is very much image-based, so pictures are now organized into portfolio posts… read more →

Ward Paxton ~ Voice Talent

wardpaxton.com Ward Paxton reads books for the likes of Audible.com! I am a big audio book fan so was happy to help with his WordPress.com site. Most of my clients are self-hosted WordPress.org. There are plus and minuses to everything. Ward demonstrates his voice talents with Sound Cloud. He also has an audio studio where.. read more →

Raspberries Greeting Cards ~ Wholesale eCommerce

RaspberriesCards.com You might not know Byrne & Schmidt by name but perhaps their greeting cards in the stores of America ring a bell. They arrived as a debwork client frustrated because their WordPress website was not even a year old but had some structural issues. Diagnosis: the child theme was installed in a way that.. read more →

Raimie Weber, Jeweler

rweberjewelry.com rweberjewelry.com This is a WordPress website for a jeweler in Connecticut who has lines of ginkgo and hibiscus jewelry. The custom design jewelry portfolio was going so well that the site owner decided to put the Woo eCommerce aspect on hold. Raimie began in the business with her dear father. In addition to her.. read more →

Jeff Butler ~ Comic Artist

jeff-butler.com Jeff was tired of seeing “website” on his new years resolution list. After several attempts he chose me to help him get his portfolio on line. He illustrates classic super heroes Green Hornet, Spiderman, Incredible Hulk, and more. There is even a Badgerman for us Wisconsin locals. Client since: 2008 Responsive? nope, coming in.. read more →

Deb Vandenbroucke – Artist

My Own Sculpture Portfolio… Deb Vandenbroucke – Artist The carved sculpture, collage, and installation galleries are now open for your viewing pleasure read more →