This is another site I built from a Udemy course on PSD-to-WordPress theme development. With every class I take I learn more about WordPress development and expand my skill set and knowledge base. This site was built on the HTML 5 Blank framework. If you are building from scratch, this is a great place to start and is a huge time saver. I have also built a few WordPress themes for clients on this framework. The site can be seen at https://michaelneely.net/atw.
Do you think PowerPoint is dead? You are incorrect. PowerPoint is still used by a lot of companies to get their message across.This is a PowerPoint Presentation I adapted from a Canva mock-up for a client this summer. I also used Photoshop to touch up some of the images for the PowerPoint presentation. The contact information on the last page was changed to protect the client’s identity.
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This is the result of a course I took at Udemy.com for PSD to WordPress taught by Juan Pablo De la Torre from http://easy-webdev.com. The original framework for this course was to take Photoshop renderings of a potential website and turn that website into digital reality. There are two more practice sites coming from this course as I stay on top of my skillset as a WordPress developer. this site can be seen at https://michaelneely.net/torontoonline.
This is a WordPress site I customized in tandem with the owner using the Anona – Pest Control WordPress Theme from Theme Forest. This theme features Slider Revolution, Visual Composer, and Beaver Builder. I also customized this theme to the client’s specifications and I am still available to the client for website maintenance and improvements. I also handled the graphic design required by the owner, including logo design. This site can be viewed at http://WildlifeRemovalSpecialist.org.
This is a WordPress website that I developed for my client who is starting her own non-profit supporting homeless veterans, women who grew up in foster homes, and women serving our country. We chose the Charity: Nonprofit/NGO/Fundraising WordPress Theme from ThemeForest. The theme worked with some premium tools such as Slider Revolution, Visual Composer, and an EasyPay payment gateway developed by the theme developers. There is also a lot of customization written in HTML, CSS, and PHP on my part, including building two custom page templates allowing for a right sidebar. I also handled all of the graphic design for the site also, with the exception of the logo. I reconfigured the logo, but I did not design this one. The site is visible at UBCnow.org.