This client came to me because their web designer was no longer available. The good news was that the theme being used did have a security update which made phase one of getting the site updated and “in shape” much easier. WordPress had not been updated in almost a year and there was no backup or security plugins installed.
A second phase project plan was to redesign the site and to make improvements big and small. Quite important was to make the site responsive to mobile devices and to update the overall look which was quite dated.
“Currently the board thinks our site is old looking.
It is hard to find your way around.
We don’t like the “scrolling” items on the home screen. “
The goals of the redesign was to make information clearer so people know what is required of them before they can become a therapy team – the time and cost involved. The site audience was not only members of Dogs On Call but also organizations seeking their services.
Some features of this site:
- A long intake form to request to be added as a visiting site location.
- A member’s page that requires a password
- A blog that highlights the pet partner teams
- A robust calendar that communicates where dogs are visiting for interaction or a Read session plus when course evaluations are being held.
Client since: 2015
Referred by: Happy client Liz Morrison
Responsive? Yes (Striking Theme)
SSL? Not yet
That is great! Thanks so much. Also, I am going to post on FB about the new page. Mind if I give you a shout out for your work or would you prefer to remain anonymous?
Campaign Manager for WI Supreme Court Election
We are giving you the shirt for being so awesome!
Thanks, you take such good care of us.
Okay! Thanks for always coming through in the clutch!
Always great working with you!
Thanks for starting things quickly. This will help give my runners the information they need.
Kettle Moraine 100 Endurance RunsBlue Mounds, WI
You’re the bomb! Thanks Deb for moving my site to a better web host.
I just published my first short article on LinkedIn, and I have to thank you for providing the foundation of knowledge that helped me get there. Working with you on learning to blog using WordPress and mastering how to add links prepared me for the format and prompts I encountered. Just want you to know that I appreciate all I’ve learned (and continue to learn) from you. 😉
Thank you for doing the upgrade/review of my site. It is so much stress off me knowing that I do not have to understand or act on these website issues.