Tapestry Folkdance Center needed a new website to draw in new dancers that was easy for staff to update and maintain. This new site built on WordPress with a child theme is helping bring in a younger crowd of dancers by being easy to read on any device and being attractive and colorful with photos and videos of the dances and an updated color logo. Now Tapestry has the tools to attract new dancers so they can be ready for the next 30 years. Happy Dancing!
Tammy Ortegon, the owner of the ColorWheel Gallery, needed an organized, attractive and easy to use solution to bring new customers to her shop. The new site built in WordPress with a custom child theme solidifies her brand by bringing together her social media feeds, allowing users to sign up for her new MailChimp newsletters and tying it all up with a visual design that matches her colorful art and powerful personality.
As a Programmer Analysts at the Minnesota State Senate I develop, code and deploy new web applications to support legislative and non-partisan staff activities. I am responsible for all parts of the development process from planning new projects, communicating with Senate users and designing code structure. Another big part of the job is documenting, maintaining, troubleshooting and improving existing Senate legacy applications. I also handle database administration, project management, web design and server administration.