This is a collection of websites that I either currently maintain, or had built or maintained previously.
A long time fast food Restaurant was in need of a website for their restaurant. I built them a website using WordPress
I was asked to design a website for a local Irish Pub back in 2007. The site has recently undergone a complete overhaul and is now using the Joomla Content Management System. I had weekly meetings with my Client contact to plan and implement the desired changes. All photos that you see on this site were taken by me
An existing client of mine asked if I would create a website for them. They were using a free website and they were very limited in the design of their site. I obtained the domain name FridayCruiseNight.com for them and built a site using Joomla CMS. I setup a Google account for them, they are now able to have a blog, upload photos and videos and update a calendar all from that single log-in. I created a simple, animated Flash banner that you see at the top of the pages.
A local Mexican restaurant in Brookfield Illinois was in need of a presence on the internet. The site has been recently overhauled and is now utilizing the versatile Joomla CMS Framework.
An Alehouse in New Lenox, Illinois was in need of a website for their upscale establishment. After a few meetings with the Clients, I developed an attractive website for their business.
They're no longer in business so the website is unavailable on the Internet.
This was from 2014.
A longtime friend of mine was in need of a website for her PR firm. I built a site utilizing Joomla!
In 2015, a local janitorial supply company in Bridgeview, Illinois reached out to me regarding their need for a website. This was not an E-Commerce site, but rather an online catalog for customers to view before calling the business on the phone and placing an order.
I had been a member of a local Car Club for a few years. When I joined the "No Name, Just Friends Car Club" they were in a transitional period and moved their Cruise Night location to Toyota Park in Bridgeview, IL. They were in need of a website and I offered to design, host and maintain a site for them. I was also the club photographer and had photographed thousands of vehicles over the years. This website was continually maintained throughout the Cruise Night season (May to September). The club disbanded several years ago and the website is no longer online.
Once again, I was tasked with the responsibility of bringing another Jaycee Chapter's website up to date. I utilized Joomla! CMS and constructed a web site that allowed it to disseminate information to it's members and the general public.
This site is from 2013, The Lombard Jaycee Chapter folded and this site is no longer available on the Internet.
My High School Graduating class was celebrating it's 20th Anniversary, to which I was the Chairperson for the Reunion Committee, I compiled a website to help consolidate all of the information that we needed to disseminate to the fellow class members. This site is no longer on the internet.
A friend of mine wanted to Blog about local sports. I setup a WordPress site for him, he has since moved on to other interests and no longer needed the site for blogging.
In 2009 I was asked to create a website for a member of the Northeast Region Jaycees who was campaigning for the Region Director position. She wanted a whimsical, Harry Potter inspired theme. This site is no longer online.
A nearby printing company approached me regarding designing a website for their Printing company, Master Impressions Printing, Inc, based in Westchester, IL. I utilized a CSS template and modified it to the client's liking.
The local Berwyn Jaycees reached out to me to build a website for their Jaycee Chapter. This site is no longer available on the Internet.
This is from February 2009
My High School graduating class was holding their 20th Anniversary Reunion, for which I was a Committee Member for. I opted to implement a Joomla! based website where all of the pertinent information could be listed as well as the ability for classmates to RSVP and pay for their tickets online!
I was a member of the Local Jaycee Organization for many years. In 2007 I was asked to take over as the Webmaster for the Northeast Region Jaycees. I immediately chose to implement the Joomla! CMS for the site and modified a pre-built template from Joomlashine to match the "Theme" or "Slogan" for the 2007 Jaycee Calendar Year. Each year, I would redesign the template to align it with the current year's Theme. The CMS featured a calendar, Document Repository, Photo Gallery and much more. It enable the various Local Jaycee Chapters to have a better means of communication with one another.
This site is from 2007 and is no longer available via the Internet
An existing client of mine introduced me to the owners of a local Dry Cleaners. They had a website but were unhappy with the look of it. I built them a brand new website using Joomla! They have opted to maintain the site themselves and it is completely different now.
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