Portfolio

Unfortunately, I don’t have a lot of websites to display at this time because I’ve taken a break from building new public websites to work on some personal projects, but I have still been maintaining a couple of the websites I’ve built in the past. Actually, the best example of my website design skills is probably the website you’re looking at now, WebFirstDesigns. Although this website has a little different design than I would suggest for most business websites unless you are selling an online service.

Footbag United

https://footbagunited.org

A large website with a lot of well organized information, but unlike most of the websites I’ve built I didn’t do much in the way of design on this one. This website is about organizing 280 posts to make them easy to find and edit using custom post types. This is one of my larger projects with a lot of posts, custom comment fields, user profiles, and social features like an activity fee.

Wardrobe & Wine

https://wardrobeandwine.com

A wine blog designed using almost exclusively black and white colors. This blog pulls recent Instagram photos into the sidebar and is made to handle large images in posts to add some color and draw attention to the posts.

Melissa Persling

https://melissapersling.com

This is a minimal portfolio website made to show off a collection of articles and photos. This is a simple website that uses very few colors to keep attention on the work being displayed. It is a modern version of a traditional physical portfolio to attract potential clients and businesses for work.