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.
New Mexico Counts 2020
NM Counts 2020 is a non-profit organization created to ensure accurate counts in the 2020 census in New Mexico, particularly in Hard-to-Count areas. New Mexico is the state most at risk for an undercount. In addition to web design and development, Evo designed the logo for the organization.
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 realtor 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. On select properties, includes Matterport 3D tours.
Speed of Cheese Racing, North Salt Lake, Utah
Website for salt flats land speed record-holder, Mark Atkinson. Includes a blog, and a news section that links to stories written about Mark and his projects. Initially included eCommerce.
Cremation Society of New Mexico, Albuquerque
CSNM is part of the French family of companies, New Mexico’s largest provider of funeral services. This website allows CSNM to offer online arrangements for cremations, including payment by credit card, gathering all required information, and acquiring authorizing signatures.
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.
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 to the site.
New Mexico Grantmakers Association, Santa Fe
NMAG is a regional membership association that provides programs, research and educational resources for New Mexico grantmakers. They needed a responsive site and secure online transactions for their membership application and event registrations.
WESST’s website includes eCommerce capabilities to handle training registration and online donations (one-time and on-going), several custom post types with custom fields to streamline content updates, and is responsive (adjusting layout to fit different devices)
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.
Sandia Science & Technology Park, Albuquerque
SSTP’s site has been converted to a responsive theme. It includes several custom post types and custom fields to minimize content styling and optimize efficiency for SSTP staff in updating the website. For instance, companies appear on the homepage slider by simply checking a box.
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.
The Journey Inward, Santa Fe
Veteran Feldenkrais trainer Diana Razumny is shifting her practice from training Feldenkrais practitioners to working with individuals who can personally benefit from The Feldenkrais Method®. The site makes use of custom fields, custom post types, and for registration, some fancy programming associated with Gravity Forms.
Davis Innovations, Santa Fe
We relaunched Davis Innovation’s website with WordPress following a few years with a custom CMS. The site includes a registration application tied to an events custom post type and, through Gravity Forms, to PayPal. A news custom post type was also implemented.
ProBooks USA, Albuquerque
ProBooks USA is a premium bookkeeping service with clients around the nation. We redesigned their existing website and moved it from another CMS (cough! Joomla!) to WordPress. It makes use of custom fields to simplify site updates.