Bernalillo Community Museum
Bernalillo’s museum needed a way to show upcoming exhibits and communicate its place in this historic community. The site includes a calendar, events listing, upcoming and past exhibits linstings, and a Tourism Hub which includes a constantly updated, sortable list of Bernalillo businesses.
El Pueblo Health Services, Bernalillo, NM
El Pueblo is the only full service medical clinic in the Town of Bernalillo, in service since 1976, with non-profit status gained in 1977. Their website presents their services, locations, and staff, and provides a means of making appointments, either via submittable form or phone.
Sandoval Health Collaborative, Rio Rancho, NM
SHC is a consortium of health and business leaders focusing its efforts to improve health outcomes around children and families. Its website showcases its signature initiative, 10×10: Ten Things Every Child Should Know about their Health by Age 10, and will feature new initiatives as they develop.
Martha Liebert Public Library, Bernalillo, NM
Bernalillo’s library wanted a clean, easy-to-navigate, searchable website that made finding internal and external resources fast and uncomplicated. Extensive use of custom post types and careful attention to information architecture made it possible.
Davis Innovations, Santa Fe
We refreshed and relaunched Davis Innovation’s website with ClassicPress after 8 years on WordPress. The site includes a registration application tied to an events custom post type and, through Gravity Forms. An articles custom post type was also implemented.
New Mexico MESA
NM MESA is a statewide pre-college program that prepares students for college and careers in mathematics, engineering, science or technically related fields. Administered through six regional offices, the website is a hub of information and communication for the far-flung organization.
Cloud Dancers Therapeutic Horsemanship Program
Cloud Dancers is a non-profit that provides horse-based activities to individuals with physical, cognitive, emotional, and/or social needs through innovative riding, vaulting, and ground programs. Their website includes onsite donations, event registration, and sessions payment capabilities.
Center for Collaboration and Commercialization (C3)
Sandia’s C3 assists entrepreneurs to find assistance and make connections within Albuquerque’s growing startup community. Originally built in 2016, the site was rebuilt in 2019 on ClassicPress, focusing on events and resources.
Adelaide Inn, Paso Robles, CA
Competition for travelers and tourists is fierce in California’s wine country, so they needed a website with a lot of bells and whistles. There are sliders, galleries, videos, 3D tours, custom maps and more. In addition, they had several years worth of blog posts that needed to be recast in a new theme.
Megan Gulick, Jersey City, NJ
My daughter Megan is the #1 residential real estate agent in Jersey City, and proof of the power of personal branding for agents. A ‘listings’ custom post type tailored to her needs and a completely custom theme allows quick updates. Includes ability to show Matterport 3D tours and walk-through videos. Launched on WordPress but upgraded to ClassicPress.
Green Star Builders, Santa Fe
Green Star Builders is an award-winning local Santa Fe builder dedicated to green building and superb craftsmanship. They need a website that allows them to show their work, but also can be quickly and efficiently updated as they add new work, news, or blog posts. A “project” custom post type simplifies the addition of new work to the site. Upgraded to ClassicPress in 2019.
The Hilltop Landscape Architects and Contractors, Albuquerque
The Hilltop is New Mexico’s oldest design/build landscape architecture company. They needed a website that allowed them to showcase their work in various categories. A “project” custom post type that allowed selection of categories simplified adding new projects. Upgraded to ClassicPress in 2019.
Desert Sports, Terlingua, TX
Desert Sports needed a responsive site that made daily weather and trip updates quick and easy. The admin area of the site was extensively modified with custom post types and custom fields to minimize time required for updates. Launched on WordPress but upgraded to ClassicPress.
Sandia Science & Technology Park, Albuquerque
SSTP’s website includes several custom post types and custom fields to minimize content styling and optimize efficiency for SSTP staff in updating the website. Launched on WordPress in 2014 but upgraded to ClassicPress during redesign in 2020.
Rivera Funeral Homes Cremation Services, Santa Fe
Rivera’s website allows people to make online arrangements for cremation services via Gravity Forms and Stripe (for credit card transactions), or submit information to initiate a prepayment plan. One of the more interesting projects we’ve been involved with.