My daughter just turned 18 and, although I’m sure she would have preferred clothes or electronics, I gifted her with a 13 minute-long tribute video of old home movies and performance footage. If you’re not family, it would probably be the most boring 13 minutes of your life.
I’ve been doing maintenance on www.TonyStarlight.com website for many years, working with an old design of includes and Flash navigation. Tony really wanted to be able to make little updates and changes himself, and the hand-coded format just didn’t allow for that. I knew that WordPress was the only way he was going to get the accessibility he wanted. So I found a great theme called “Feast” at Themeforest specifically made for performance venues.
Although the theme was very accommodating, heavy modifications were required, such as adding a field for cover charge and creating custom sidebars. After an afternoon tutorial, Tony is able to modify event listings and add his own blogs.
In addition to creating the 12-page printed newsletter in inDesign, I also wrote the front-page story and took most of the photographs.
The website for www.GrumpyFett.com was created with a theme from Elegant Themes with moderate modifications. It’s the first WordPress site I’ve done with the primary purpose of blogging with an emphasis on categories.
Tri-fold brochure created for print and download.