I design websites that are easy on the eyes and present information in a logical, organized fashion. In addition, I do site re-designs and content creation for existing sites. Just visit any of the sites below to see for yourself — sites will open up in a new browser window.
Alberta Labour History Institute – This non-profit organization needed a complete redesign with a focus on well-organized content that is easy to search and update. It continues to be a work in progress.
Boyle McCauley News – I was the Project Manager who oversaw the creation of this website for Edmonton’s oldest community newspaper. Currently, I maintain its content.
Edmonton Interfaith Centre for Education and Action – I took over management of this website to keep it updated with news and upcoming events.
World Interfaith Harmony Week Edmonton – The organizers needed a simple, clean website to highlight all of the week’s events.
A Common Word Alberta – Again, the organizers of this annual Christian Muslim Dialogue needed a simple and clean website to promote their event, as well as information on related topics.
Susan Owen Kagan – Artist portfolio.
R Studio Home Gallery – A private art gallery, featuring artist portfolios.
Park Maid, Inc. – A clean look for a cleaning business.
David Gilmour – The official website for this award-winning Canadian broadcaster and author.
Goldford Law Office – This law firm needed some simple revisions to an existing site, to make it more eye-catching and with more features.
Alberta Street News – After the original publisher began running the street newspaper again, which provides a source of income to marginalized people, a new website was needed that was clean, easy to navigate, and kept the paper’s identity intact.
Trembita Dance School – This performing arts school needed a website to promote its programs and performances.
David Fekete is a writer and musician who needed a website to promote his work and function as a blog about his many projects.
Friends of Church Street is a community organization promoting the historical significance of 96 Street in Edmonton’s McCauley neighbourhood.