:: Jekyll / Sass / Google Maps / HubSpot / Siteleaf
Launched April 11, 2017. The CTO of Security7 Networks reached out with design comps in hand and we whipped ‘em up a brand spankin’ new Jekyll marketing site and integrated it with Siteleaf, HubSpot and Google Maps API in a few weeks.
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:: WordPress / Pantheon / Route 53 / CloudFront
After 7-8 months the Jekyll version of Chicago Gang History we started seeing some scaling issues with media assets on CloudCannon. Rather than hacking it I instead worked with CGH author Zach Jones to perform a complete site redesign, leveraging existing ad revenue to migrate them to WordPress self-hosting.
The redesign was very successful and inbound search traffic continued to lift. A year following the redesign homepage hits are now greater than 70K per month.
User friendly website and administrative portal for small rentals and tour company. Origin of the Jekyll Money gem. Allows staff to add and edit products, services, prices and promotions from an intuitive online dashboard.
:: Jekyll / AdSense / Amazon SES
After 6 months working with WordPress.com to create a site themselves, the author of Chicago Gang History wasn’t seeing the kind of traffic they’d hoped for despite all their hard work. In fact, before I found them, Chicago Gang History had had less than 1,000 total visitors—after six months!
Upon examining their content I found a treasure trove of niche content which simply needed a little love. Confident I could improve their online presence I made Chicago Gang History an offer they couldn’t refuse.