Happy birthday to me.
I’m officially 40 and I guess that means I’ve been creating and maintaining websites for over 20 years now.
I think it also means I’m good at what I do considering all the practice.
So here’s what exciting web design projects and startups I’ve been working on this hot summer in addition to celebrating a milestone birthday…
The Spiral Foundation hired me to create an e-commerce online learning portal for their students. Using LearnDash, WooCommerce, and a bunch of other plugins on WordPress software, we’re getting close to a launch. The software allows for Online Talks, Webinars, Offline Events, and selling digital and physical items in an online store.
This summer I’ve also working on a new startup aptly called MowHire, a directory of lawn care, contractors and professionals. This extensive website also utilizes WordPress and robust online directory software that includes multiple paid membership levels. Also in development is a redesign for the Akashi sushi restaurant chain of Miami, FL for Yellow House Consulting.
Key new additions are the Wonder of Learning: Boston Exhibit & The Koomar Center to my maintenance services. I designed the WOL site with their team earlier this year and now I’m in charge of maintaining the website during the duration of the free educational exhibit at Boston University, thousands visit the site and exhibit weekly.
International Study Tours is expanding and they need two new landing pages for tour groups in 2019 and The FOCUS Institute at the Koomar Center needed a landing page for their new venture. I created their logo this spring and they’re now starting to create events and their online home is on the way.
Maintenance and updates to Rice Mediterranean Kitchen including a new comprehensive design of a catering form are in the works and a site redesign of Yellow House Consulting is in the works.
I’ve been working on the consultation and planning stages of a new WordPress website for the Harvard Campus Child Care Centers. This is a collection of 6 early-education schools that are under the Harvard University umbrella that need a comprehensive WordPress website for the public as well as protected pages for parents and teachers.