Sites I've done from 1998 - Present
The Whistlestop Cafe
A fully responsive web design, submissions to Google Places, Yelp, optimized. The site features a menu, blog, clickable addresses and phone numbers.
Clark Commercial and Corporate Cleaning Services
This website had a live Twitter and Facebook feed as well as a comprehensive list of services and client referrals. It also had a mobile version.
Clark's Total Care PC Repair
A husband and wife team that were laptop specialists in Morgantown, PA. Before Responsive Web Design became a thing, you had to design a separate mobile version of sites, this was my first time doing that. It also had Twitter and Facebook feeds, as well as the latest tech news.
Owned by Sheltie
A site dedicated to the Shetland Sheepdog, also known as Shelties. Photo gallery w/ Comment sections, blog, quotes, and lots of information.
Our Earth Angels
A memorial site to remember those who have left us. It featured a photo gallery, memorial section and random inspirational quotes throughout the site.
Linda MacIver's personal site. It contained three years of her MySpace blogs and a photo album styled just like MySpace, except I had the "fancy rich text editor" before they got around to implementing it.
The history and genealogy of the MacIver family, originating from the isle of Lewis. Inspirational quotes, guestbook and blog.
Our Fur Kid Angels
A memorial site for pets that have passed. People can upload their photos into separate galleries, people can comment the photos and memorials. Blog and quotes.
Research, history, and genealogy of the Grant, MacRae, and MacKenzie families. Also featured a blog, guestbook, and random inspirational quotes.
Our Pocono Community
Looking for information and a great place to hang out and get information in the Poconos?
Well look no further than this site. The front page is a chock full of information and newsfeeds from local papers and media, message board, chat room and even an arcade.
Punta Cana's Best
Features a booking engine and detailed reviews of hotels and resorts in the area.
Amy Rae SGA
(Site is no longer active) This was for the daughter of a co-worker running for Student Government Association President. It included a photo gallery and a comprehensive list of platforms and issues for her and her fellow candidates.