Because our new website strategically targeted the Monterey Bay community, we thought the blog should also target that community. So we opted for a community blog everyone could enjoy and the central theme of our blog resulted in “Fun Things To Do In Monterey”.
Melissa is a very talented bookkeeper with a niche for cloud accounting. She needed a website design that would reflect her personality and services.
Our client owns several companies and provides numerous property related services. So they needed a website to reflect that diversity. The website design needed to be clean, professional and modern. I think we really nailed it.
Nick Lemau needed a site that captured his enthusiasm, zeal and encouraging attitude. He was also looking for a fresh and stylish website to be the hub of all his communications, a place where people can connect. Do you think we came through?
Max Builders Inc wanted a website design that could really showcase their work. They also had tons of images for the portfolio but they needed to be sorted, cleaned up a little and organized on the website so that clients can immediately find what they are looking for. Check out what we did.
The client wanted a dynamic website design that was not only informative, but reached both the clientele base and the donor base. Read More about the scope of the project here.
Pastor Dylan Smith of Calvary Chapel Watsonville wanted to maintain a look and feel a visitor could associate with the community. Read More about the scope of the project here.
This project was a custom WordPress installation and design for a software development company based out of Oregon. They currently have a number of cool projects going on including two very popular Zombie gaming apps for ios and android. They needed a responsive design that matched the look and feel of the games.
The business owner of NuclearCardiologyReports.com has some really great products and needed a modern site that reflected the quality of his product. Jim McGee designed and developed his original website and decided it was time for a design reboot. He found me through a customer spotlight article that I was featured in on the Elegant Themes blog. So he contacted me to help him re-design his new website using the already installed Divi 2.0 platform from Elegant Themes. Check it out.
This project was a custom WordPress installation and design for a church in Los Banos, CA The client needed a responsive design, sermon browser, newsletter functionality and calendar system all integrated into the website. Read More about the scope of the project.
Al Ortiz had a vision for starting a new company and he knew that the website design was essential to the business plan. Final result? Well according to Al… ” Not only did you make one of my dreams come true in starting my business but you saw the vision I had and made it a reality.” Now that’s cool!
Chiquita Walker made the decision to start her own consulting business after working for the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) for nearly 17 years.
She reached out to me for a clean, simple and minimalist website. And since she was just getting started on this venture, her budget was really small. No problem. Check out the final result.
The friendly folks who own the Appleton Grill are one of my long time bookkeeping clients for one of their other businesses (Novin Development). They had originally contracted out a marketing firm to manage all their marketing efforts for this new venture of their but when they could not find a reasonably priced designer, they reached out to me. Fortunately I was able to offer them a bundled deal that met their budgeting needs. After all, back-office service bundles is one of the benefits of using Quiroz.co.
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The business owner is also the web designer for her site. She did most of the front-end design herself but needed someone who can help her with some of the back-end customization. Read More about the scope of the project.