When you work with me, our project takes a path tailored exactly to your needs. That path always includes clear project goals and deliverables, a multi-revision mockup process, and informed discussions of any important decisions effecting the future of your website.
The projects below offer a 360-degree view of my work with clients of different sizes, types, and needs.
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501 Commons helps Washington nonprofits build capacity. I helped them build a website.
Visit White Center
A fun-to-use business directory for the community of White Center. Design by Noise w/o Sound.
What do you get when you combine a nonprofit, a rowboat, a trip around Vancouver Island, and a website? The Salish Sea Expedition Dashboard!
Iowa Flood Center
The Iowa Flood Center’s new website provided the full-complement of features needed for Projects, People, News, Events, and Outreach.
A unique design broadcasts the work of the Seattle Chapter of the Association for Women in Communications.
Beautiful photography and a holistic approach to environmental conservation came together in the first website for Archipelago Consulting.
Unsectored.net, bringing together people in all sectors who work for social change, went back to WordPress’s roots–blogging–to start a conversation in the the nation’s capital.
Catch The Culture
The small businesses in Seattle’s South Park neighborhood got an infusion of interest with the introduction of a new website.
As it began a set of new initiatives and increased its presence in the United States, Mmofra Foundation needed a professional-caliber site to support its work.
WordCamp Seattle 2011
A WordPress website for a WordPress conference! What more could you ask for? Creative CSS3 transitions, shapes, and more.
A powerful website to feature an advanced laboratory unit at the University of Iowa.
United Way of Grinnell
Even in small town Iowa, a small website can go a long way to increase organizational exposure and stakeholder engagement.