Paul Galdone

Paul Galdone

• The amazing illustration work of the late Paul Galdone is now online in a site maintained by his children. Galdone created the art work for hundreds of children’s books, book jackets and novels, including some that I read to my daughter when she younger. I felt very honored to be part of the project.

• The site uses WordPress architecture with a Graph Paper Press template to display the illustrations full-screen. We went with WordPress to allow for updates through a News section and other additions down the road.

Tunbridge Church

Tunbridge Church

• For quite a while I have been the volunteer website mechanic for the Tunbridge Church’s site, keeping it up-to-date.

• We have switched the WordPress-based website to a newer GeneratePress template that’s phone and tablet friendly, also including a feed to the church’s Facebook page to keep everyone current.

Reflections on Medicine

Reflections on Medicine

• After having troubles with a do-it-yourself service, the coordinator for the group Reflections on Medicine asked me to build a simple site featuring their good work: continuing education for medical school students.

• The site is structured for easy access to teaching and discussion PDFs the group has prepared.

Jennifer Shu

• I was first introduced to Jennifer when she was a local pediatrician for a mutual friend’s children. Now living in the Atlanta area, Jennifer is an energetic doctor who is also an author, a regular on CNN Health and the ReachMD podcasts.

• The site features feeds from her blog and Twitter pages.

Louis Phillips

Louis Phillips

• After seeing the work I had done for one of my clients, prolific author and poet Louis Phillips asked me to create a similar site that highlights his writing and photography.

• With navigation at the top and bottom of each page, the site is separated into categories and uses the simple photo gallery treatment I’ve used on other sites.

Hygeia

Hygeia

• Robyn Jacobs came to me on the referral of another client; she was starting a new business for the treatment of women’s wellness and wanted an online presence.

• Since designing the site, I’ve been expanding it with new pages and information as Robyn has been growing the business. She uses the site as a place for clients to find information about the business.

Fat Rooster Farm

• I first met Jennifer Megyesi when Nicola Smith and I did a profile of her family farm for Harvest: A Year in the Life of an Organic Farm in 2003. Jenn and I later worked on The Joy of Keeping Chickens and The Joy of Keeping a Root Cellar together.

• Fat Rooster’s website is a straight-forward HTML/CSS site that offers updates on Jenn’s farm work.

Marion W. Lent

Marion W. Lent

• Marion is a talented illustrator who used to live down the road from us — our daughters were born on the same day!

• When designing Marion’s website, I used her handwriting for the banner and menu, and also thumbnails of Marion’s illustrations for other page navigation. We’re working to add more about Marion’s new sculpture work as well.

Jennifer Hauck

Jennifer Hauck

• One of my co-workers at the Valley News, photographer Jennifer Hauck, asked me to create a site that features her wedding photography.

• It’s a straight-forward set-up, with galleries of the featured weddings and a home page slideshow highlighting her great work.

Finding the Doorbell

• As a spin-off from her stage show, comic Cindy Pierce and her friend Edie Thys Morgan co-wrote the book Finding the Doorbell. They needed a website to promote their how-to sex book.

• The site has a chapter excerpt, book signing listings and media clips.