Over a three year period (2012-2015), while Glickman Design Build transitioned from a freelance web designer (who disappeared) to a full-on web design and marketing agency, I was retained to perform website maintenance and upgrades as well as offline assignments to produce business cards, brochures, lawn signs and even their trade show booth.
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.