I was approached by Lisa Coppola of The Coppola Firm early in 2017. Originally Lisa asked me to do some minor graphic work for her as well as some updates to her previous website. Eventually, I took the former website for The Coppola Firm and, while keeping the same overall feel, recreated the site with many new optimizations for mobile viewing.

Visit the website at:
lisa-coppola.com

THE SOURCE is Corning, New York’s premiere eatery and a haven for those who have health conscious food in mind. But The SOURCE is more than that! They are also one of the coolest gift shops in town –
many gifts created by local artisans. Laura contacted me in early 2017 to put together their website.

Visit the website at:
visitthesource.com

After much frustration with web designers in her local area, Michelle contacted me to help her out with a new look for CAUSE Salon. CAUSE is a unique salon experience in the Dover, NH area with a full wig center recognized by the American Cancer Society.

Visit the website at:
causehairsalon.com

Having worked with AgeLess SPA since 2008, I was approached to do a total redesign of each of their websites in 2017 as they were preparing to open a new location in Nichols, NY at the Tioga Downs Casino And Resort. The project consisted of a revamp of their “landing page” (in and of itself, a small website), their Corning, NY location website at the Radisson Hotel, their Horseheads, NY location in the Arnot Mall, and finally the new locations – scheduled to open in December of 2017.

Visit the website at:
agelessllc.com

Note: Any choice of graphics and/or design elements for the AgeLess monthly promotions pages (any location) are strictly choices of the AgeLess marketing staff.

Integrated Fitness is a unique (and amazing) fitness facility in Dover, NH. NOT your typical gym – in fact, not a “gym” at all in the traditional sense. Integrated Fitness takes into account each member’s needs. Jon Arnold, owner, reached out to me via a recommendation by a mutual friend. Jon was having issues with his web person not responding to his needs in a timely manner – causing his website and overall online presence to suffer. Since taking over the website maintenance, Jon and I did a visual overhaul a few years ago; this is the result.

Visit the website at:
ifitnessnh.com

Digital Dad, Marc is my own (sorta) personal website and blog. The two main topics are 1) Living a Digital Lifestyle – or alternative ways to make a decent living from home and 2) Helpful tips for small business owners trying to run a website and have a solid presence online. At the time I am adding the site to my Thirsty Fish portfolio, the website is almost brand new and slightly light on content – but I really like the design and so I decided to add it!

Visit the website at:
digitaldadmarc.com

One of The English Gardener’s chief operators reached out to me so that I could take over their site. Basically, the company that formerly maintained their website wasn’t quite as responsive as the staff at The English Gardener would have liked. While the “look and feel” of the website largely remains the same, there were areas that they asked me to give a minor “face lift” to. The folks at The English Gardener create some of the most amazing landscapes in the Buffalo/Amherst NY area. Be sure to check them out.

Visit the website at:
english-gardener.com

Doctor Parousis and Doctor Allaway were looking for a simple and effective online presence for their practice when they opened in 2008. After several unsuccessful attempts with developers in their area, Doctor Parousis reached out to me to design the practice’s site.

Visit the website at:
urologyassociatesmd.com

Marjorie Seiderman contacted me in 2009 in order to put together a website for her, at-the-time new business, Bluebird Trail Farm. Since the time of launch, Bluebird Trail Farm has enjoyed much success online. Local families are finding Marjorie’s site, joining her CSA, booking birthday parties, performing internships and much more.

Visit the website at:
bluebirdtrailfarm.org

Having found their website via a simple google search, I contacted John Fitz about the possibility of redesigning his firm’s website in a mobile friendly manner. After some simple emails and phone calls, the results are as follows.

Visit the website at:
fitznunn.com

Attorney Peter Allen Weinmann really liked the look of the website his firm had been using for years. However, he did understand that his website was entirely non-responsive to different sized screens and devices. Peter asked me to take the look of his current website and do my best to duplicate the look, make it mobile-friendly and add any other improvements I thought the site might need. This is the result.

Visit the website at:
wolfgangandweinmann.com

Russell Howe was looking for a simple 3 page website that he could (eventually) use to sell his custom hand-made turkey calls. He was looking for something that reflected the look and feel of a website geared toward hunters, hunting, and the outdoors in general – yet still being modern and mobile friendly. This is the result.

Visit the website at:
hc-calls.com

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