My art studio, where I create in media: paint, ink, mixed, metals, and clay.
There Are Two Domains & Websites Here:
My e-commerce and blog website I developed and maintain in WordPress.
- This website is where I sell my work and easily post updated information about my process or art exhibits where my work is sold.
- I have been dragging this website from server to server for more than a decade, because it’s easy to take down and set back up and I’m simply sentimental. It helps me keep my skills honed by coding updates in Notepad (or Dreamweaver, if I’m feeling lazy). The art tab and links in navigation connect to my e-commerce & blog website developed in WordPress.
Promotional web pages to push specific events that link back to the main website.
Each has Its Own Domain & Marketing Strategy
- For targeted and increased promotion of the event, as well as the website as a whole.
Each Domain is Set Up with Google Analytics
- To tabulate and learn more about viewers, thereby setting the demographic.
Viewers Like the Ease of Navigating
- Specific promotions, while the entire website, and all its information, is one click away.
I owned and operated my own web firm from 1997-2007, transferring my clients to a colleague in 2007. I was forced to close this business after I suffered a major attack of (and was subsequently diagnosed with) relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis. Multiple Sclerosis isn’t curable, but thanks to modern medicine, I am on a great therapy these days that allows me to get back to work:
I was on staff with the following newspapers and magazines, helping brand and develop their initial web presence:
I was on staff with the second largest defense contractor in the United States of America, helping design and develop a java applet that won a two billion dollar government contract:
All websites in this section were developed prior to the invention of the smartphone, so please view from a desktop.
Many were developed with perl or java applets, and/or PHP linking to MySQL databases, most of which has been disabled as they are setting on my server and not meant to be fully functioning websites, but to show my history of web design/development. Many of the businesses in these examples have closed and some Flash navigational elements link to dead domains.
Some were built in 1028 x 720 resolution, which views smaller today than in 1997-2007.
Your browser must have a Flash Player installed with permissions allowed, to view some of these websites or navigational elements, which are indicated by the tag “(Flash)” in the link.