I’ve worked with this client for many years. For this most recent site update, she wanted to include a page that would allow visitors to submit prayer requests and praise reports — that would then be published as individual posts. This required the development of two custom forms for the submissions, two custom post types to collect the information, and the means to merge those two elements. She also wanted to require site registration before visitors could access the submission forms and she wanted the registration information to be captured in her MailChimp account. This was the most ambitious update we’d done to this site but the added functionality draws return visits and on-going interactions.
HomePro Exteriors Inc.
HomePro Exteriors Inc. wanted to update their website and needed it to reflect their expanded services. I created a single page site with navigation from the top of the page to the individual blocks lower on the page and a button to return visitors to the top of the page. This is a responsive site that was built mobile-first. Some of the information that appears in the larger formats is presented as modals for smaller devices.
Coconino Lapidary Club
This client was looking for a website that would increase their visibility online and attract new members to join the club. To accomplish the first goal I added the “Ask an Expert” feature and created a custom post-type and a corresponding submission form. By having new entries added to this post category on a regular basis, the client is able to build domain authority and gain improved placement in search engines. The second goal, attracting new members, called for a website that was easy to read, easy to navigate, and easy to find the contact information and membership registration. The client reports that the site has achieved these goals and several new members have joined the club as a result.
John Pegram, Broker; RE/MAX Elite of Brentwood, TN
This client brought his website back to NAZwebz Studio after working with someone else for over a year. His site needed a makeover and he wanted to add features that would be somewhat unique for a real estate website. This is a project that continues to grow.
This website was designed to promote a food truck business. NAZwebz Studio created a custom theme including a truck locator map which allows multiple pin placements; a menu, contact form, and media gallery, plus the capability for site visitors to upload their own photos to a photo gallery.
Nazwebz Studio was asked to develop a website to showcase this client’s original piano compositions and offer them for sale with an easy to manage ecommerce solution. He also wanted to be able to upload videos and photos of his performances, and offer a short biography to introduce himself to site visitors.
Jordan Camara, PMZ Real Estate
NAZwebz Studio designed this WordPress-based real estate website using the Enigma theme, customized to match the colors in the client’s logo. The client wanted to offer visitors to his site the opportunity to look up all the listings within his MLS system; a complete listing of area open houses; and a page featuring his team members. IDX integration for this site is provided by iHomefinder.