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. The titles and tags provide several opportunities to catch search engine attention. Gallery images can be posted to social media individually or opened in a lightbox slideshow.
Daniel Spirer’s jewelry blog is on blogspot and is delivered to the website via an RSS feed.
Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!
Endless GRATITUDE!! 🙂
Time to Thrive Coaching
Blue Mounds, WI
Creating my first html paypal web site with Deb was a pleasure, I had no idea of how the process worked, she came up with ideas that challenged me to make the site better. Thank you, Deb
Independent Arts and Crafts Professional
Thanks a bunch. I am impressed with your work – good job!
Marketing consultant for Heartspace Coaching
I am so glad I asked! It reminds me of a little gem I picked up somewhere:
“If you want compliance tell somebody HOW to do something. If you want commitment, tell them WHY.”
Thanks for telling me ‘why.’
Okay! Thanks for always coming through in the clutch!
Always great working with you!
I forget how really beautiful our site is since I don’t look at it often. Thank you for helping us create it. It still inspires me.
I’m grateful for all your great work that often goes above and beyond the call of web design
MooBuzz Waterproofer for Leather
I was surprised to see how many people have looked me up.
The website, she works!
You are doing a wonderful job keeping us “seniors” on the ball. (I am only speaking for myself). Thanks. ~ Mary
Mary speaks for us all. ~ VF
Deb: great job that you do for us, Thanks ~ Lois
Deb quickly understood my goals for the site and had great site design suggestions. She was very responsive and easy to work with!