Tunbridge Hill Farm

Tunbridge Hill Farm

• For several years I have been maintaining a website I designed for our neighbors, Wendy and Jean Palthey, who have a beautiful vegetable farm. I not only designed the site for them, but I’m fortunate to go photograph their farm on occasion. There’s nothing like warm soil on your bare feet!

• The website has been switched to a WordPress-based structure with SSL security, using the GeneratePress template so the site is tablet/mobile-friendly. We recently added a WooCommerce store and shopping cart to the site, which helps Wendy and Jean to receive orders and payments before going to market.

Cindy Pierce

Cindy Pierce

• I first met Cindy in the mid-1990s when I photographed her wedding at her parents’ Etna, N.H., inn. Years passed: Cindy and her husband took over the inn and she needed help publicizing her new adventure in comic storytelling. Since then, Cindy has become a popular public speaker and published author who talks to young people about sexuality and their decisions around it.

• After doing a refresh of her WordPress-based website, incorporating videos and clarifying the navigation for the audiences she reaches, we brought her blog back into the fold. I’m very happy to see Cindy’s voice and point-of-view in print.

• The site uses a GeneratePress template that works across all devices.

Laura Blaisdell

Laura Blaisdell MD/MPH

• After seeing the work I did for another client, Laura Blaisdell asked for my help to get her website into shape for her new consulting business. Dr. Blaisdell works with organizations as they establish vaccination policies, a crucial role in these times.

• Laura came to me after the DIY website she tried wasn’t coming together as she had hoped. We used some of those elements, including a background she found and the logo Laura had made. The site is WordPress-based on a GeneratePress template, which adapts to all devices.

Gretchen LaSalle

Gretchen LaSalle MD
• Gretchen LaSalle, a doctor based in Spokane, Wash., approached me to build a website in preparation for the publication of her first book. It accommodates Dr. LaSalle’s regular blog in addition to videos and science news related to her passion project – vaccines and immunizations.

• The website is WordPress-based, built on a GeneratePress template and adapts to browsers on desktop or laptop computers, tablets or phones.

Back Beyond Farm

Back Beyond Farm

• My neighbors Ray Williams and Liz York approached me to build a simple website to get the word out about Back Beyond Farm, their beautiful working farm in Tunbridge, Vt.

• The website is dressed up with George Lawrence’s wonderful illustration as a banner and their photos (with a few of mine mixed in). I set up the domain name, hosting and security certificate for the WordPress-based site. The GeneratePress template adapts across all platforms.

Shoestring Automotive

• With an accumulation of parts in our attics and garages, my friend Alex Hanson and I thought it would be good to launch a website to expand our reach (and bypass the fees of sites like eBay). We’re also selling new and used parts on commission from others looking to clear space.

• The website is WordPress-based with SSL security, using the GeneratePress template so it is tablet/mobile-friendly. With a WooCommerce store and shopping cart, we’re able to process payments via PayPal. Our young website has shipped parts as far away as Australia!

Highland Builders

Highland Builders

• Peter O’Connor’s construction company Highland Buiders has done excellent work on our home over the years – Peter and I recently did a refresh on his WordPress-based website.

• Switching to the GeneratePress template, the site is now optimized to be seen on all devices (computer, tablet and phone).

• I also optimized the site for Google searches.

Town of Williamstown

Town of Williamstown

• After I successfully revamped the Town of Tunbridge’s website, Williamstown Town Manager Jacqueline Higgins asked me to do the same for theirs. We moved the Joomla-based site over to WordPress, using the same GeneratePress-based template that I created for Tunbridge. We also included a feed to the town’s Facebook page for updates.

• The website is dynamic for desktop, tablet or phone views and search engines easily find updated pages as government documents are added.

Town of Tunbridge

Town of Tunbridge

• The Tunbridge Selectboard approached me to help bring their website up-to-date. I used GeneratePress’ WordPress template to reorganize the navigation and also used Emily Howe’s excellent photography (and a few by me) to dress up the pages. With Janet Zug’s long-running Tunbridge Quarterly and an Events Calendar online, it’s now an excellent resource for the community.

• The WordPress-based site is dynamic for desktop, tablet or phone views and search engines easily find updated pages.

Mary Cappello

Mary Cappello

• A few years ago, I designed a web site for Swallow, Mary Cappello’s book about the work of Chevalier Jackson and his collection at the Mütter Museum in Philadelphia. We eventually added her other books to the site.

• Later, we started fresh with a WordPress shell from Graph Paper Press to blend the work of two other sites (and added the above content as well). It’s dynamic, changing to fit the size of the screen the reader is using (computer, tablet or phone). It also has the option to add a blog.