Please take a moment to check out a few of the sites I've created for local organizations.
In January of 2008 I redesigned the Kent County Public Library's web site, shown on the left, using XHTML, PHP, and CSS and continue to maintain it. The library was interested in a simple look and feel with a focus on ease of use. They also wanted to feature blog posts on their home page. To see more details from the site, click to view a larger screenshot or the live site.
More recently, in January 2009, I created the site on the right for Hope Fellowship Church in Chestertown, MD. I built the site using Drupal content management system so the site owners could easily maintain and update the site themselves. The site includes a blog as well as audio and video content. To take a closer look, see the larger screenshot or the live site.
Then in September 2009, I designed and built the official Web site of the Chestertown Book Festival. The purpose of this site is to promote and inform the public about the first ever book festival coming to the Eastern shore of Maryland, November 13-14, 2009. The site uses XHTML and CSS techniques. Click for a larger screenshot or to view the live site.
In November 2009, a local Artist Blacksmith was looking for a Web site to showcase his custom ironwork and class offerings. I designed and built this site to complement the artistic style of the work being showcased. I also used PHP coding techniques to facilitate quick and easy changes to the structure and layout of the site down the road as additional features are added. To take a closer look, see the larger screenshot or the live site.