I have just recently finished a full website projected for the City Of Horicon, Wisconsin. The process involved to obtain this contract was intense and involved a bidding war against a few other Web Development firms around the state. With my impressive proposal and competitive pricing I was selected to take on this project alone. The City of Horicon website, was designed by me; developed by me; and done a base level of SEO. This website is also running on the latest version of WordPress with a child theme using the Genesis Framework. This website also has one of my maintenance packages included, so I will be under close watch of this website for the next year.
I was approached by Carey Calson of Evergreen Carlson, Inc. to build a custom website to showcase his business. We decided that creating a website using WordPress on the Genesis Framework would be best suited for his marketing plans. This project is still currently in the content placement stage as of 9/18/12 which is only six days after the project started.
Noel from Wheel and Sprocket in Wisconsin contacted me directly wanting to convert a Flat html website and a separate blog hosted at WordPress.com into one website. Noel stressed at the start of the project that there was an aggressive timeline in which they were looking to have the website completed, 10 days to be exact.
Needless to say the timeline was met with a finished website featuring the flat html site and blog built into a single WordPress theme using Studio Press’s Genesis Framework.
Susan at Hwy 33 Liquor has been a repeat customer of mine, and she recently let me overhaul her current website. She had one special request while building this and that was it to be a flat html site that she can edit. So with the use of SHTML files I was able to create a very easy to edit website that did not require a vast knowledge of web programming.
Susan is also one of my long standing clients. We have worked on several projects together with the most recent bid for a website for the city of Horicon Wisconsin.