Posts Tagged ‘colorado’

Expert in pain-free strength training, weight loss and fitness: Lee Cherry contracted with VectorDefector to upgrade the look and feel of his new business – In Home Personal Trainer. Focusing on Lee’s no-BS, no “meat head” attitude mixed with a sharp new finish, this new web experience is built to emphasize Lee’s personality and target his specific local customer base.

Featuring a unique look and feel, this totally custom mobile responsive website is complete with hand-designed class/product pages, back-end membership access to a collection of growing custom-made videos by Lee, and an e-commerce store to sell a series of merch designed by VectorDefector to promote Lee’s style and to work as effective fitness gear.

Lee has already begun posting news of his client’s success to his new site and social media – we can’t wait to see what’s next!

Greater Park Hill Community

Serving the Park Hill Community in Denver, Colorado, the Greater Park Hill Community is a volunteer-based neighborhood organization that aims to help promote diversity and community participation. This community features Denver locales such as the Museum of Nature & Science, the Denver Zoo, City Park, Park Hill Country Club and many historic features.

VectorDefector partnered with the GPHC to provide a brand new website with focuses on: higher quality neighborhood imagery, easy to use navigation, mobile responsive design and custom hand-made features.

We’re happy to be a part of this great neighborhood and hope to continue to help contribute to it’s success!

I’ve become a huge fan of WordPress lately. Its backend platform runs this blog and  a number of other sites I’ve developed for clients lately. I’ve worked with and built a number of website content management systems in my day and none of them were without their flaws. It seems like they either lack the options I’m looking for, or are too complex for my clients to manage. Its no good if they spend all their time trying to figure it out! Several I’ve made have worked out fine, but its quite an undertaking for just one developer.

Enter WordPress 2.7. I’m very impressed. Earlier this year I started writing my own CMS system, but its taken a back seat to WordPress. Adding plugins and writing custom skins for it has been super-easy to master, and the interface is nice and light. Just wait- soon Colorado will be swarming with elegant sites of all shapes and sizes all running on WordPress.

I’ll be the Colorado WordPress master! Interested in learning more about WordPress or data-driven websites? Check out my portfolio or contact me.