Like many of the WordPress shops out there, WebDevStudios has been very busy! We recently had a number of projects wrap up around the same time and as it worked out all our clients’ schedules aligned to create one huge launch day. Last week we launched 3 new sites all using the Genesis Theme Framework and we think they all came out great!
Tips on Trips and Camps
For years the people at Tips on Trips and Camps have had a website that required them to contact a developer every time they wanted to make an update to their site. They had grown tired of not being able to make changes on their own and they also felt that the site had become cluttered and difficult to navigate. We worked with them to create a great new layout and reorganize their content in a user-friendly way. We also imported their existing Blogger blog to allow them to manage everything under one install of WordPress.
Pigtronix.com moved from a custom-built site that was designed by owner, David Koltai years ago. Dave and his partner Brian felt they needed a new image for their growing guitar pedal business. We worked with Pigtronix to create a new site that highlighted their pedals, the artists who use these pedals and the dealers around the world that sell their products. We also built a great media section where the visitor can watch videos and listen to sound clips of the pedals in action.
A Garden for the House
Agardenforthehouse.com is the home to tips, tricks, advice and recipes from Kevin Lee Jacobs. Kevin writes from his home in upstate New York that features formal rose gardens outdoors and lavish window gardens indoors. He also provides his readers with a number of mouth-watering recipes that feature many of his home-grown goodies.
We moved A Garden for the House off of the Blogger platform and gave it a completely new design. We worked with Kevin to create a new layout that focuses on his most popular categories and make the site easier to navigate when you are looking for information on a specific topic.