This site for a family owned flooring store in Milwaukee was redesigned in WordPress after Google started downgrading sites that were not responsive to device size. The html website certainly had a long life span; I did not design it but kept it going for six years. The site design has kept its compact feel. Monthly sales and blog posts keep the content fresh.
Referred By: This is repeat business! (see previous)
Client since: 2009, redesigned & moved to WordPress: 2016
A big thank-you for your mentoring us carpet people over the past decade. Remember the song from To Sir with Love? (1960′s I think). Well you took us “from crayons to perfume” in our web presence and we will forever be indebted to you.
Our best to you.
The site is stunning! Deb showed me what she was doing as she went along so I had some sense of it, but this final work in words and photos and layout is beautiful.
I feel the heart of each of you and our sangha in it. A deep bow of gratitude and delight for all.
I just had to tell you. I got my first email inquiry from the website!
It’s working . . . .
Thank you thank you
Editor and Writing Coach
It’s looking and working fantastic!
Skylight JewelersBoston, MA
Thanks for making that change so quickly (and for the backup and updates too.
I received the registrations from our new form and I really like the way you set it up. It’s perfect, thanks!
Jessica Riphenburg, Realtor
I have proudly referred clients and potential clients to my website just as a concise way to see who I am and get a feel for my philosophy. I really still love its look and feel; thanks for your help in bringing it to life.
I’m so glad Josh Wimmer recommended you and so glad we’re working together. I appreciate that you read my content. It makes your role and contributions even more valuable to me. Thanks again, Ms. V.
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
I have you to thank for the work in Kansas – I am just returning home from there. They only found me via Google and had never heard of me before.