Community Policyholders

Community Policyholders’ team came to me with a Photoshop design ready to go. I worked with them to turn their static design into a dynamic, fully-responsive and user-friendly website. View the site: CommunityPolicyholders.com

Community Policyholders website responsive design in WordPress and Divi

K9s On The Front Line

K9s on the Front Line is a nonprofit organization that provides service dogs to military veterans with PTSD.  They were looking to rebuild their site with a calmer color scheme and a more dynamic way to tell their story and explain their services. It has been an honor building them a site that effectively communicates their message and allows them to collect applications and donations.


Bisson Moving & Storage came to me looking to upgrade to a website builder that would allow them to upload videos, update content and generally have more flexibility in the type of content and page designs they could use.  We organized their content and redesigned their site using a WordPress visual builder that allows them full customizability on a page-by-page basis to give them infinite flexibility going forward. View the site: MoveBisson.com


Marquis was looking for a redesign that maintained their brand image of luxury and appealed to their upscale clientele while improving the functionality and ease of use on their site.  We came up with a website with straightforward navigation that clearly communicates the benefits of their company while still reflecting the local flavor.  View the site: MarquisHOA.com

Neighborhood Services Corp

Neighborhood Services’ website host informed them that they would no longer support the website builder Neighborhood Services was using, so they took the opportunity to build a redesigned, re-organized, simpler WordPress website that provides the resources their clients need on a new host.


Custom Concepts came to me looking to get their static HTML site updated to work with mobile devices, tablets and desktops while better showcasing their architectural drawings and photo portfolio.  We came up with a design that matched the small business feel while bringing their site up-to-date with current technologies and integrations. View the site: CustomConceptsInc.com

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ATG was in the process of rebranding their company, and needed a new website to compliment their new logo and showcase their product offerings and new partnerships in a playful and professional way.  To give their clients password-protected access to resources, we built out a sleek and simple interface to allow clients to log in and access the information they need.  View the site: ATGOnline.com


Ford Reiche, author of Halfway Rock Light Station was looking for an attractive way to highlight and sell his new book online, showcase the live camera that streams from Halfway Rock Light, archive historical content and chronical the revival of the lighthouse that he is undertaking.  His website is a work in progress, so I built it with expansion in mind, and the understanding that the site will change over time.  View the site: HalfwayRock.com


Allied Engineering came to me to modernize their years-old website, and to update the site to celebrate their 60th Anniversary as a company. We decided the best route was to start fresh and give them a totally custom, brand new look, while still keeping the design simple and attractive. View the site: Allied-Eng.com


Michaud Accounting Solutions was looking for a website that exemplified the quality of the services they provide, while reflecting the strength of their company and brand. I built their website with an eye for sophistication and security, allowing them piece of mind, while presenting their brand in the best light possible. Visit the site: MichaudAccountingSolutions.com


LHR was expanding their market beyond the United States and was looking to re-brand, moving away from a location-specific aesthetic to one that could appeal to an international audience. I created a responsive website with a more versatile appeal, while showcasing their vast experience in large-scale disaster recovery, rebuilding, and response. Visit the site: LHRPros.com


Giftress came to me looking for someone to transform their Photoshop designs into a living website. I took their designs and brought them to life, creating a pixel-perfect representation of their website, with a little added animation for flare. The site was built with the owners in mind. It’s quick and easy to make changes, and they don’t need to know any code at all!

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My Inner Image

Ingrid from Inner Image Clinical Thermography needed an updated web presence that allowed her customers to book online at any of her many locations from their phones or computers. I built her a mobile-friendly website that allows her customers to search by location and book easily through her website, allowing her to get back to doing what she does best while knowing her website does the heavy-lifting when it comes to customer appointments.


McRae & Associates were looking to update their website, transfer to a new domain name, and overhaul the business’s image. I revamped the site using vibrant color blocks to break up large amounts of text into digestible blocks, while the colors convey a sense of professionalism and trustworthiness. Visit the site: McRae & Associates


The Universal DNA Playlist is a showcase of the ways musical tastes and DNA intertwine. Created by the owner of RosilynRayborn.com, she was looking for a website that followed a similar design to provide consistency, but still had it’s own unique flavor. The custom design allows her to showcase her Spotify playlist and keep her fans updated with a custom blog. Visit the site: Universal DNA Playlist

Maine Weight Loss Coach

Lisa Prince from Advance Weight Loss and Fitness was looking to redesign her website, keeping in line with her branding, but making the site responsive and more user-friendly. I transferred the site from CMS Made Simple to WordPress, added a blog to allow her to easily keep her followers updated, overhauled the design and reorganized the content. Her new website is simplified and modernized, while still reflecting her original design and branding. To boot, she can make updates without the help of a website developer.


Rosilyn needed a website to showcase her creative projects, expertise, and personality. I provided her with a customized, responsive WordPress website designed to appeal to the startup enthusiasts and marketing professionals she hopes to attract while emphasizing her new blog and portfolio. See the site: RosilynRayborn.com


Metacomet Land Trust asked me to upgrade their HTML site to provide a fresher, newer design that would allow any board member to make easy updates without knowing any code. I transformed their existing site into an easy-to-manage WordPress site that pulls in information from their Facebook page, keeping the page fresh and new even when time for updates is short. I also added an online store so they could raise money online, as well as a way for their supporters to purchase memberships online. See the site: Metacomet Land Trust


Bestselling authors Pam and Mary O’Shaughnessy (writing under the pen name Perri O’Shaughnessy) came to us hoping for a more modern look to their 14 year old HTML and Flash website. I designed a custom WordPress theme with a lighter color scheme, and consolidated the extensive amount of information the site had accumulated over the years into a user-friendly, simplistic layout, making material easy to find and visually engaging. Visit the site: Perri O’Shaughnessy


The owner of the Pediatric Speech Language Pathology firm Chatterboxes came to me with an existing Ruby on Sinatra application that had been coded from scratch. She felt they were missing customer contacts because the site was not responsive. We re-coded her existing design to allow a mobile-friendly experience for her users, giving her a wider audience, and a search engine-friendly website. I now provide updates, upgrades, and continual development of the site. See the site: Chatterboxes

Other Design Work

Illustrations and book design for Dino Auto, a children’s story by Mary O’Shaughnessy.

Business card design for Mary O’Shaughnessy of Perri O’Shaughnessy.

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