Web Development

If your website isn’t the first thing your audience sees, it is the second. A website should be easy to find and easy to navigate or it isn’t doing its job at all. Most audience’s experience with products go something this: Hear about a product. Look it up. Your website allows you to decide what happens next. And what’s even better is your audience feels as if they are in full control.


Hospice Council of WV | New Website

To better inform and advocate for all the hospices in West Virginia, we built a new website for the Hospice Council of WV in partnership with elevator/fifty/one. We took their tasteful but static old website and created one that was content driven and well integrated with their Facebook. The site features a blog to keep everyone up to date on…

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Wheel Decide | Logo & Web Layout

I built the Wheel Decide brand to appear modern, fast, and fun. By using sharp geometric shapes (most importantly the triangle for the emblem), we mimicked the pointer of the wheel for more direct association with the infamous wheels. The design of the website is very simple, so as not to overwhelm users with unnecessary paths. The everyday user finds…

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WV Symphony Orchestra | Website

When I started working with the WVSO, their website wasn’t old, but it was outdated. Not only did it have some security issues, but all sense of organization and strategy was lost with previous administration. Even more importantly, it was not mobile friendly which is unacceptable for any organization online regardless of the audience. I replaced WVSO’s old site using…

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