Ecommerce

WooCommerce, Magento, and other online storefront systems

Dirty Worm

Dirty Worm has a mission: to protect the quality of our land and water for the future of fishing.

Owner Tony Campisi wanted a website that would showcase not just his products but his company's culture. It's a website that promotes the Dirty Worm lifestyle with not-so-subtle hints of American pride.

Dirtyworm.net was built with WordPress, the Divi theme, and WooCommerce to run the online store. Graphics were edited with Canva and to keep costs low, images and icons were sourced from license-free websites.

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Amish Coops

AmishCoops.com is in the business of protecting our feathered friends from the elements, predators, and everything else.

In addition to a beautiful web site, I implemented the eShop plugin and PayPal integration so that they could take orders directly from the web site. Order management also takes place in the WordPress-powered backend for an incredibly easy user experience.

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ia2 Store

ia2 inc is a service-disabled veteran owned small business (SDVOSB) specializing in Network Infrastructure and Perimeter Security, including Network Operations and Management. They provide Cyber-security/Information Assurance and Information Technology services and solutions to government agencies and commercial customers.

In addition to their role as a consultant, ia2 was in the business of reselling the best hardware and software to their clients...they just didn't have a store to sell it from.

We crafted a simple but elegant landing page for their online storefront, complete with logo/identity, account management, products and categories, and contact information.

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WEB & GRAPHIC DESIGN

Beautiful designs using WordPress, Webflow, and good ol' fashioned HTML & CSS.

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content & marketing

Graphic design, digital content, and digital marketing - amplified by social media & analytics.

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TRAINING & CONSULTING

Don’t underestimate the power of facilitated thinking. To think is to question. No idea is too crazy.

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