Website Design

Web design has been one of my specialties since I started back in 1999. I create responsive, image rich brochure style sites for small businesses in Kentucky and nationwide. I also devise more complex business solutions which showcase a variety of products and services. All of the sites I design are very easy for a layperson to update. No coding knowledge is required!

Are you looking for a website redesign that is both complete and comprehensive? Perhaps you need an experienced webmaster that will keep your site up to date, as well as optimized. Whether you need a basic design, a few small updates, or even some SEO content writing help, I am your man.

Contact me today for your business’s web design project

Sample my web design work below, then contact me with your website proposal. I look forward to helping you establish and enhance your business’s online presence.

SquareFoot Construction Website Design - Lexington, KY Building ContractorSquareFoot Construction

Lexington, KY

This general contractor reached out to me to help establish their online presence with a new construction website design. The business owner had over four decades of experience and needed a designer who could get things done efficiently and listen to all of his needs. He outlined his vision to me in a series of face to face meetings, then we went to work.

SquareFoot Construction specializes in whole house remodeling here in the Lexington, Kentucky area. They are also experts in the field of new home construction. In addition, SquareFoot have also established a very popular sunroom brand. Since they had built a variety of homes and additions, they needed an attractive, accessible outlet to showcase their portfolio.

Building a Construction Website Design

SquareFoot Construction provided me with actual blueprints used for their homes, amongst their other photos and documents. I used the blueprints to spice things up as background images for the slider at the top. The “Our Work” portfolio section features a series of photo lightbox galleries. These display “before and after” photos of their work, as well as the stories of how the jobs were done. A floating widget with the links to the business’ social media accounts stays on the screen as users scroll down.

It is often necessary for a business owner to show clients examples of work while out in the field. It is not always convenient to carry a laptop along with you. Therefore, this responsive website design is a must. It condenses down perfectly for smartphone or tablet viewing, and content can be accessed both quickly and easily.

Let me build your online dream home

Check out the SquareFootConst.com site here. Are you a builder needing a fresh web design to show off your skills? Contact me today.

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Muhlenberg County Public Library Website DesignMuhlenberg County Public Libraries

Greenville, KY and Central City, KY

A complete overhaul was in order for my hometown’s library website design. The existing site was rife with errors. It also had a lot of content that was very hard to navigate. The design was unattractive as well. Naturally, MCPL called me in to save the day.

I began by bringing their web presence up to date with a clean white design that featured their new logo, which I also designed. Then, I added a colorful image slider, which included relevant, royalty free stock photography. I also reorganized and streamlined their existing navigation menu. It now includes just four main headings with drop down submenu items. Library staff members worked with me to find the best way to simplify and condense the original content. We came together to create a system that they could easily update by themselves going forward.

Additionally, the sleek online calendar displays upcoming events such as storytimes and book signings. The website calendar can easily sync with iCal, Google Calendar, and others. Patrons can access all of the libraries’ online databases in order to check out books and other media. The complete catalog is conveniently at users’ fingertips. It is directly searchable right from the site’s main menu.

I also built a separate mobile version of the site. This enables patrons can keep up with both library branches on the go using their smartphones and tablets. Customers may still access the full catalog and other features with the separate mobile site.

Library Website Design in Kentucky

Check out the site here! Does your business or nonprofit have a large amount of content that needs massaging? Perhaps your site is in need of a fresh makeover. I would love to help! Contact me to get the ball rolling.

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