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Mother's Life Tea

I started working with Althea of Tender Gifts Doula back in 2009. After creating her main business site, she asked for an additional site to be built for her nursing/pregnancy tea business.  Mother's Life Tea was born in the summer of 2011. Originally built using HTML and CSS, the site is now using wordpress CMS with a custom theme. The homepage features a custom logo, slider, product feed, and blog feed. The site has also been integrated with paypal and uses advanced mapping tools to show store locations nearest the visitor. In addition, the new design is responsive to take advantage of the increasing use of mobile/tablet technology. You can check out previous design iterations on Wayback Machine.

About Project

Tender Gifts Doula
May 2011

Tender Gifts Doula

I started working with Althea of Tender Gifts Doula back in 2009. Since then, we have updated/redesigned her site a few times to keep up with emerging technologies and needs. Originally built using HTML and CSS, the site is now using wordpress CMS with a custom theme. The homepage features a custom logo, slider, birth portfolio feed, and blog feed. In addition, the new design is responsive to take advantage of the increasing use of mobile/tablet technology. You can check out previous design iterations on Wayback Machine.

About Project

Tender Gifts Doula
August 2009

Avatar Tat2

When Avatar Tat2 was purchased in December 2011, the new owners wanted to completely rebrand the studio, while still using some of the graphics commisioned by the original owner. For this project I needed to blend the old aesthetic with that of the new owners in order to keep the brand recognizable. The site is built on wordpress using several WPWolf plugins (Albums, Message Bar, Shortcodes, Socials and Twitter.) The homepage features a Nivo Slider, Twitter Feed, Recent Photos/Posts, and a Facebook Likebox.  I added more advanced social media tools, galleries, and a blog. In addition, the new design is responsive to take advantage of the increasing use of mobile/tablet technology. You can check out the original design on Wayback Machine.

 

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January 2012