You can rely on me to do a quality job because I’ve done so many times for clients like:
AARP, Word Economic Forum, City of Rocklin, Land Home Financial Services, Sacramento Public Library, Fair Oaks Water District, ACErail, Town of Danville, Indian Wells Valley Water District, Contra Costa County, El Dorado Superior Court, City of Santa Monica, City of Stockton, City of Elk Grove, This is Why I’m Broke, Entertainment Weekly, Alaska Community Foundation, Techonomy, EMC, Intercity Transit, Sacramento Steps Forward, @Wit’s End, Requested, Beverly Hill Estate Planning Council, East Sac Shack, Pangaea Cafe, Sacramento Beer Week, and others…
Wrangling requirements for a redesign to incorporate Sharepoint, Salesforce, microsites, and custom widgets.
A quick analysis of what the app does well and areas for improvement.
The Challenge I first built a website for the Beverly Hills Estate Planning Council way back in 2010. The site served them well as a place to highlight members and post meeting materials. This time around they wanted a site with more automation and a more impressive design. They needed a way to: keep track of […]
I was fortunate to have the chance to work with The Nature Conservancy on a campaign called Forests 4 Climate which advocated for tropical forest credits to be included in California’s cap and trade air pollution policy. I brought their website back up to date and manage posts and social engagement in times where the […]
I very much enjoyed helping Sierra 2 define the goals and requirements of their website redesign project. They have the unique challenge of balancing the needs of their neighborhood organization, their tenants and renters, and the community who utilize the facility for classes and events. I aided them in securing a firm to build the site, […]
Reviewed and rated crowdsourced database helping connect caregivers to mental health providers.
Site redesign using Kentico CMS, in-depth content reorganization, and group workshops to gain consensus.
A collaborative makeover for more engagement in the community.
Online training modules including forums, membership levels, audio storytelling, and offline activities to further understanding.