Radiant is a ERP software vendor, with an expansive site for B2B marketing. It is built on the Drupal CMS with a WordPress blog, making it simple for their marketing department to keep the site up-to-date without needing technical expertise.
WikiReviews is an upcoming customer review site that will use the Wiki model to compile highly relevant company information and community moderated reviews. Build with the Drupal CMS. Please contact me if you would like to see more.
Heidi Adams is an LA Designer who sells charming, eco-friendly Christmas trees made of cardboard. Her online boutique is run on WordPress with the easy-to-use WooCommerce shopping cart plugin.
Michael Anderson is a entrepreneur, speaker, and former pro basketball player who needed a blog and promotional website. WordPress makes it easy for him to post updates, and the responsive design is great for viewing the site on a mobile phone at an event.
Annette is a Bay Area caterer with an upscale clientele. Her informational site uses Drupal, which lets here update her menus and add photos quickly, on her own, and her online quote form has lead to a surprising increase in new customers.
Paragon Investors refurbishes homes, creating great investment opportunities in the real estate market. Their TYPO3 website uses live data about their available properties, and their custom PDF generator creates brochures in multiple languages to complement their worldwide marketing reach.
Heather Milone is a jewelry designer from San Diego whose timeless designs are very successful in boutiques. Her Gallery CMS based site gives her a chance to do some direct selling using simple PayPal “buy now” buttons for low-overhead e-commerce.
Dynamics NAV Addons sells software that fills in many of the functionality gaps of Microsoft’s ERP software. Their Drupal site is simple, informative, and extremely easy to update, resulting in a remarkably short sales cycle for the super-specialized company.
This is a site I made to market myself online. I’ve since decided to simply use my name and this website, but I am really proud of the site’s design. It’s build with Drupal, and was great for search advertising campaigns.
Radiant Technologies (see above) has a number of “micro-sites” that deal with a single, specialized use case of their ERP software offerings. These Drupal sites are great for search engine marketing and advertising, and since they all run off the same code-base, maintaing a number of these sites isn’t a problem.
Let Life In is a blog with articles relevant to the baby boomer generation. Their large subscriber base was slowing down their WordPress site before they turned to me to solve their technical issues and give their site a design update.
This California comics and books store originally had a simple website where the owner would update the new comic arrivals weekly. I created a fun comic book halftone design, and put the site on the light-weight SkyBlueCanvas CMS to make his updates easier.
This is one of my oldest designs, and it’s a simple site with a simple product: downloadable narrated tours for your iPod or CD player. This custom PHP/MySQL site has been running since 2007.
This is a very simple site for Ejay’s Machine Company in Fullerton, California. Not all websites need to be complicated, and this one gives them basic search visibility. The Drupal backend lets them keep up-to-date with their contact info and credentials.