I founded my Freelance web consultancy business to help authors, small businesses, and non-profits with their online presence.
I work part-time for WAA as a web administrator and offer technical support for their website and other platforms.
I loved working on the redesign of Janis' website. Janis loves the color green and tiger lilies, so I used these in the design. The style of her writing is modern and upbeat and we wanted to capture this with a colorful and modern design. Janis is also passionate about cooking and her several recipes are now beautifully featured in the Cookbook section.
Deborah Linn is a teacher and a lover of the American written word, especially the American Classics. She is also doing workshops, speaking engagements, and conferences. Her first novel, Just Daisy - A Great Gatsby Retelling, is featured on her brand new website. The theme of the website captures her love for the classic mingled with a modern, clean, minimalist layout.
Antonio wanted a website to showcase his recently published book, Destined to Change. I loved working on this project as Antonio gave me free rein over the design, color scheme, and branding.
The website includes two lead magnets, a donation form, and the option for the author to add more books that will automatically show up under Books.
This was an amazing project to work on. Writers fo Rights is a nonprofit organization, a community of passionate writers, readers, and artists who are looking to create global change with storytelling, art, and action.
The website features membership subscriptions (integrated with PayPaypal and Stripe), Donations, and Events.
WFR's founder, Chela Reyna is a write, editor, and fierce fighter for environment conservation and literacy.
WAA received a grant for offering resources for low-income special needs individuals and their families in WA state. I worked as a volunteer on this project and set up a portal (all with free resources) to suit the needs of easy accessibility, accessibility on all screen sizes, easy use, and a clean interface.
The user needs to register to access the training modules and they get a completion certificate.
Washington Autism Alliance's website was in need of a makeover and I was honored to work on this project.
Their website includes over 100 pages, a generous blog, membership, events, a fundraising platform, a training portal, and a resource directory. This large project was a tremendous source of learning opportunities and I am currently offering them technical support and web maintenance.
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