Jules Wolf Stenzel opened her own studio for Pilates, yoga, meditation, events and all around wellness. In 2017 she opened a second studio on Atwood Avenue and now had a Westside/Eastside presence.
Adding a second studio presents website design organization challenges. Both locations need to have their own landing pages but yet much content is shared. In this case each studio has its own class schedule and shopping cart the integration is via the API’s provided by the software packages which require a paid subscription.
The new website is built in WordPress and is quite pretty (if I do say so myself!). At first we were using the DejaVu theme but it was abandoned by the author so basically packed up the stylesheet and moved to Striking. (It ends up in 2017 DejaVu theme is on the top 25 most attacked themes per WordFence statistics so it was a good thing we moved on.
Responsive? Yes (Striking theme)
Client since: 2005, redesigned in 2013 and again in 2016
Referred by: self referral, this is repeat business (original site)
Yes I feel that the (new WordPress) website is perfect. Thank you (on many levels)!
The site looks great. I love my colors.
Thanks so much, Deb, for your creativity and diligence.
You are worth every penny!
I am blown away. I love it.
I have learned a lot about a lot of things during this process. #1 I have a deep respect for all the work you do!!!! #2 I most likely will not be starting a second career as a researcher or a web developer…
Deb, thanks for your words of encouragement. The site is stupendous it is gorgeous it is glorious!
You are still the tops!
It sure makes my life better to have you on my team!!!!
Once again, you have been tremendously helpful!!!
Deb, thank you for all you do for me. You worked like a whirlwind on this project. Amazing.
It is hard for me to pick only three attributes that best describe Deb. She is personable, talented, and easy to work with. She created a clear and inviting web site for the complicated information I needed to impart.