Whatcom Horizon website The Horizon, student newspaper of Whatcom Community College, was sad and broken. I updated WordPress, customized the Twenty Fourteen theme to reflect the school colors, organized the menus, and added some badly needed functions – stats, sharing buttons, site security. Now the students have a fully responsive site they can be proud […]
I recently redid the Grand’s website to make it mobile friendly. I made the first site in 2012, but the menu hasn’t changed much since then so I was able to keep the same content. I replaced the old home page images with truly beautiful photos by photographer and fellow Grand customer Jen Martin. They […]
Whatcom Natural Health is a local business directory to help people find practitioners and other wellness resources. This was my first WordPress site, and it’s long overdue for an overhaul! But I’m proud of it anyway. Stay tuned for the update!
I have tried a million ways to keep myself organized. Various calendar, note and to-do apps have been tried out, but I feel most on top of things when I use a paper notebook. I use Mead composition books to write down random ideas, plan imaginary business ventures, weigh pros and cons, and make lists […]
BellinghamonTap.com is a guide to happy hours, bar specials, and other grownup entertainment options in Bellingham. It’s done in WordPress with the Twenty Fourteen theme. BoT was also a print rag for the first year of its existence, and continues to publish the work of talented local writers and photographers.
Big news! Bellingham on Tap will launch in October as a free monthly magazine. We’ll have a full happy hour and bar special calendar along with local events coverage, sex advice, drink recipes, bar reviews, and similar tomfoolery. I’m working with a great crew of contributors and it’s going to be super rad. I’m going […]