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Clients

I'm mostly retired now and have enjoyed working on projects for the clients in the left column since the mid 1980s. Several Web sites designed and implemented by Deerfoot Studios are listed below.


Please visit the following Web sites that I've designed — and then close that window to return here.

West Pasco Art Guild is my most recent site. This is an interactive WordPress site where select Art Guild members may keep the information up to date..

ZooterGroupTutoring.com was designed to appeal to middle schoolers as well as their parents. It provides information about the services provided and will be a resource for students.

The Captain Nathan Clark House. This is a site for rental information for a wonderful, historical house in Southwest Harbor, Maine. We've stayed there several times and love the house and the location.

First Unitarian Universalist Society of Exeter. It's purpose is to let newcomers know about the church and to keep the congregation informed about what is happening. This is the first time I've used a database driven Content Management System (Joomla!).

Moody Point Association is a redesign of the site for the condo association where we now live. It contains information for residents as well as prospective residents. This new design has a few public pages and also a private interactive area where residents may take part in keeping themselves, as well as the site, up to date. I've used the WordPress Content Management System because it provides a way to individualize permissions.

Deerfoot Publications is a site I designed to sell a book which my husband wrote and I designed and prepared for printing. What fun to share our talents and travels on a project together! (This was my first Web site back in 2000.)

Transitions Liquidation Services is intended to be an extended brochure which will let potential clients know what services are provided.

Women's Business Network is a pro bono site for a group of which I was a long-time member. As my second site (after Deerfoot Publications) it was a wonderful learning experience. This site allows members to get updates on events and gives prospective members a sense of the organization. It also provides brief summaries on the 80 members and links to member sites.

Personal — The following 2 pages were set up to show friends some trip photos. They show two different ways of presenting photos.