This site was constructed for a Birmingham, AL catering company owned by successful restauranteur George Sarris of The Fish Market & Dodiyòs. The focus of this project was to translate their print menu into a web site that would showcase menu items, engage visitors, and take advantage of SEO and search engine traffic. Features of the site include an image gallery, slideshow, contact form, Google analytics integration, location-based information, social sharing, and email signup widget. Work performed in conjunction with Reliable Ad Group.
I have enjoyed doing some freelance editing and writing for Sharecare.com over the past few months.
Sharecare is an interactive, social Q&A platform designed to simplify the search for quality healthcare information and help consumers live their healthiest life. Sharecare is empowering users with high-quality, relevant answers to their health questions from multiple expert perspectives and with interactive health and wellness tools to take action on what they’ve learned.
Below are examples of quizzes I compiled for them from their expert resources.
This site is mostly developed and in use to promote the activities of the guild. Currently it has an events calendar, newsletter signup, and Facebook integration. When all planned features are implemented, it will have a subscriber newsletter, audio, members only content, and on-site dues payment via PayPal.
This site was built on a WordPress platform using a modified free WP theme. The goal was to create a web presence that would showcase the interiors of the apartment, the Paris location, and information about renting the apartment.
Project included a customized blog, ad units, Flash-based slide show, recipe database, and video editing for the web. It began as a flat HTML site in 2008 and progressed to a full featured blog. Client was reluctant to do a full-scale redesign so we made it work for years with the existing branding and theme. Kim switched to a new design firm in late 2012.
“It looks fantastic! Thanks for all your hard work.” Kim Sunèe