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screenshot Colorado psychiatrists website

Copyediting by Rita Cipalla
Visual Design by Joan van den Berg
WordPress Theme Development by Scott Marlow

A long overdue mobile-responsive website upgrade for Colorado’s Rocky Mountain Neuropsychiatrists. RMNA has specialized in medication management for general psychiatric disorders – such as anxiety, depression and bipolar disorder – for Colorado Springs residents since 1999.

RMNA’s decade-old static HTML site no longer reflected the quality of their service business. The new, cleaner visual design is more inline with their brand identity. Contact information was prioritized for ease of use. Regional landscape stock photos give the light content a positive lift.

Overall Page Size is a lean 489 Kb, ~25% the industry median page size, with only 31 web server requests. As a result, page load speed is well optimized for mobile devices.

My specialty is accessible, mobile responsive, user-friendly front-end web development for Content Management Systems – such as WordPress. And since 2005, I have provided expert, professional marketing support to help you regain control over technology.

Inclusive Websites for Inclusive Communities

screenshot Silver Glen senior cooperative website

Visual Design by Peg Ogle
WordPress Theme Development by Scott Marlow

A bright mobile-first website refresh for Silver Glen – the only cooperative community for senior independent living in King County.

The new site features a video of facility stills; an image gallery; and a community events calendar. System operating fonts were chosen to optimize site performance, with a minimum font-size of 18 pixels to improve readability for older audiences. A sitewide sidebar can promote units for sale, as needed.

 

Promoting Buddhism With WordPress

screenshot Seattle Buddhist Temple website

WordPress Development by Scott Marlow

A mobile responsive website redesign for Seattle Betsuin Buddhist Temple.

The temple’s old fixed-width, non-mobile friendly TwentyTen Theme was upgraded to a custom-branded mobile-first Theme, based on _Underscores. The site redesign included extensive content re-organization, performance optimization and security hardening. Particular attention was paid to usability, including a Google Translation feature for temple members.