Here in Seattle, we’ve been having beautiful spring weather!
Yesterday, I went on a long walk at the University of Washington arboretum where I checked out the amazing tree recently-exploded by lightning!
Feature A Page Widget
I’m thrilled to announce that I finally released v2.0 of my most popular plugin, Feature a Page Widget.
The new plugin has new options, more powerful developer features, and a sleeker more “WordPressy” interface.
This plugin was more than a year in the works and it’s so exciting to get it out the door and onto new sites.
Before launching it, I was terrified I had missed something and sites would break on the update, but so far, so good!
Yellowstone to Yukon Redesign
Though I did my work on this last fall, the Yellowstone to Yukon’s new website launched recently. I did the design work on it, and we focused on making it cleaner, brighter, and easier to read. They had access to beautiful photography and we made sure it was well-featured on the site.
I did the design and “front-end” development on the new PEPS.org site. The design work was kept minimal: just a new front page design and then cleaned up typography, white space, and colors. The big win of the project was that the new site is “responsive,” working well on small screens as well as large. This comes just in time for Google’s major increase to the importance of “mobile-friendliness” as a ranking factor for mobile search results.
Invitation: Speed Geek
Wednesday, May 6, I’ll be among the many #nptech-ies presenting at The Impact Hub Seattle for a “Speed Geek” event! If you’re in Seattle, available, and interested in nonprofit technology, come learn more about the great work happening in Seattle. Registration is required but free!
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