Federal Criminal Practice Blog — I just completed another Wordpress blog for a client of my good friend and associate, David Schiffer, of DLS Design. David built a beautiful, static site for Gregory Poe, a lawyer in federal criminal law practice.
Humintell.com, a website project I worked on this past Spring for the Landsman Communications Group recently launched. Humintell is about Microexpression Analysis—the understanding of the underlying emotions of people by looking for universal facial expressions that flick on and off in less than a second. I built the Humintell website using Wordpress, modifying the Minimal theme to match the graphical design, typography and layout from graphic designer, Dean Meyers.
I’ve just finished a new Website for Kate Nasser, a wonderful customer service consultant, trainer and popular speaker on the subject. It’s been one of the most enjoyable collaborations I’ve ever experienced.
Tom Watson’s New Critics blog, had been hacked and he needed someone to rescue it. The site had been built on an old version of Wordpress and lived on a hosting service that Tom was no longer happy with. I was able to recover and export his content to rebuild the blog on a modern platform. Tom was back in business in a little more than a day.
US Tour Of Duty is a dot-org providing support for authors and speakers on the political left that oppose U.S military adventurism in the Middle East. I was asked by their communication’s director, Jeff Norman, to consolidate some of their existing sites into a modern blog.
This blog, subtitled: A Movement to Lift the Lid on Pennsylvania Government is an initiative of the Pennsylvania Newspaper Association. I did the blog installation and configuration using WordPress, adapting and modifying a third party theme. I worked under contract to Howard Greenstein who provided the association with the online strategy and training to make them bloggers. The project was conceived and designed by BravoGroup, a specialist in government communications.
The Partnership For Prescription Assistance, Pennsylvania, blog. The client wanted a three column design incorporating a Google Calendar listing events in the campaign. Building this site taught me how sidebars are generated in Wordpress. My favorite bit, however, is the ShareThis widget attached to the end of each post.