The company website had been developed in WordPress on a custom theme that broke with a WordPress core update. I repaired and maintained that theme for a number of months before advising a move to a new, more versatile WordPress theme that would not be error prone and supply the added benefit of responsive layout to varying screen widths and mobile devices. I kept the same look (fonts, colors, backgrounds) as the original site.
When the company owner decided to differentiate his two lines of business (Luxury Renovations vs Handicapped Accessibility) I proposed a split home page (design/layout below) as a transitional strategy, until two separate websites could be built. The twin websites were styled by an outside marketing agency, while I built the two sites to the design specifications of the agency.
A year later, when the decision was made to combine the two sites back into one, the job was outsourced to a high-end web design firm, though I was retained to do several weeks of in-service testing before final launch. After launch, I tutored several in-house staff in how to make article postings, updates and minor maintenance to the site.
For several postal mailings to clients, I designed the mail pieces as well as compiled mailing lists to the specifications of printing company. I also did online newsletter layout as well as mailing list management via the MailChimp email marketing service.