My Work

Pam Kelley Design

Pam Kelley Design

Pam’s old site was a blog and she wanted a new one that was more modern and focused on images of her interior and exterior designs. She had a nice selection of high-resolution images that […]

Dallas Balance Vibration Technologies

Balance Vibration Technologies, Inc.

Balance Vibration Technologies, Inc. needed a total redesign. They had and old site that was hand coded and did not allow them to make even simple changes without knowledge of PHP, HTML, JS and CSS. In […]

Shelly Rosenberg Studio

Shelly Rosenberg Studio

Shelly needed a web presence to showcase her interior design skills as well as her writing skills. She picked out the Foodie theme on the Studiopress site and hired me to customize it since, as […]

Betty Jo Soap Co

Betty Jo Soap Co.

“Betty Jo” needed a theme set up and she had better things to do with her time so she called on me to get the job done. She wanted the site to give visitors information on her […]



Ra is a blogger with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS). She writes about living with the condition and about other things in her life. She wanted a redesign of her blog and she wanted it to be […]

The Ingredients of Business

The Ingredients of Business

This is a site for people who are interested in learning about the food business. Caroline Wood is the site owner. She currently offers one-on-one coaching and she will be offering e-courses later this year. […]

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From the Blog

Why I use the Genesis Framework

Why do I use the Genesis Framework in all of my projects? You can Google that phrase or Bing it if you want and you can find all kinds of reasons why people use the Genesis Framework. I […]

Turning Pro

I recently read Turning Pro by Steven Pressfield. I decided that it would be my manifesto for my career. I gathered a list of all the characteristics of the Professional and I read through them […]

A Website is Never Done

In case you did not know, I will tell you that your website is a living and evolving entity that requires time and attention. The minute it is launched and the web design and development is […]

Should you turn off blog comments?

In my last post I said that it was more important to invest your time on your website than to invest your time on your Facebook page. Right after that Michael Hyatt posted an article […]

I could be biased but hear me out…

I think your website is more important than your Facebook page. I know you are thinking: “Oh sure, she’s a website designer so of course she’s going to say that.” Facebook seems to be where all […]