Janet has been looking after Canadian author Kathy Stinson’s website since 1999. It’s been updated many times since then to keep up with changing technology and design trends, the most recent version using the Patterned child theme for Builder with a few minor modifications.
Cindy Kamm’s website no longer presented the image she wanted for her organizing business, and she wanted to start blogging. She sent us her new logo and we developed a new WordPress site with a design that reflected her vision.
Professional organizing and move management specialist Heather Shute made use of her design background to develop a prototype for the Moving On website, and Organized Assistant translated it into a custom WordPress design.
Hazel Thornton developed her original website using a do-it-yourself site builder, to which she added an e-commerce component. She later set up her blog on WordPress.com, matching the design to her existing website as much as possible. After reviewing both sites, we developed a plan to integrate everything into a self-hosted WordPress site, restructure it to make it more user-friendly, and eliminate the added expense of the ecommerce system.
This project for Pamela Culp Blanchard involved creating a WordPress theme with a similar look and feel to her original site, which had been built in such a way that it was next to impossible to be found in the search engines.
As Sandra Lim's resume writing and career coaching business evolved, her original website no longer reflected her current services. Furthermore, the design was beginning to look dated. She came to Organized Assistant for a brand new WordPress website.
This project for Janet Schiesl involved taking the content and basic design from Janet’s non-WordPress site, importing the content of her WordPress.com blog, and putting it all into a brand new WordPress site.