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Wildflower Elementary School - a Harrison School District Two website

One of over a dozen school websites created for Harrison School District Two. The school websites were designed to be basically the same, save for the color scheme which coincides with the school's colors. These were meant to received an RSS feed from the district website automatically to change the status if school is closed, but can be overridden at the school website level for special events. Unfortunately, this functionality did not transfer well when moved to their internal server and maintained by their own IT department, but was a very cool feature.

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Harrison School District Two

Harrison School District Two was looking for design and development of websites for their district and individual school websites. The district website was designed with functionality to link them all together and to keep the public informed as well and covering their internal needs with permissions keeping out individuals without access. This site, and all of the school sites are now solely maintained by Harrison on their own servers. http://www.hsd2.org/ A Monarch Digital Project.

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Average Guy

By far the most fun Drupal site I have had to pleasure of working on to date. The guys at AverageGuy came to us needing help to finish bringing their ideas to the web. They had previously worked with another company, but did not have access to do most daily admin tasks by themselves. We worked with them to create a new website design, and set up the backend in a way which made more sense to them. They took over all content entry, which there is a lot of, and we created new fun features for them including a date tracking calendar, custom profiles, and new graphics.

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Around the House with Ken Moon

Ken Moon came to us looking for a relatively inexpensive website which was easy to maintain on his own. He picked out a free Drupal theme which we implemented onto a new Drupal 6 install and created a framework for him to build his site upon. A custom weather forecasting solution was implemented on his home page, Drupal core and modules updates were maintained for Ken, but the ease of this site set up allow him to take care of the rest himself. http://aroundthehouse.com/ A Monarch Digital Project.

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Front Range Financial Consulting Group

Front Range Financial is basically a brochure site which needed minimal maintenance and upkeep. This site's core and modules were kept current. The site design had to be upgraded in the code, but the design remained the same, leaving it more search engine friendly and easier for an admin to navigate. This site is a Monarch Digital project. http://www.frontrangefinancialconsulting.com/ A Monarch Digital Project.

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Sunrise UMC

The folks at Sunrise were asking for a new design to their existing Drupal 5 website. They wanted a darker look, and many sidebars to show off different sections of the site and various events which they would be able to change themselves. I designed this site based on drawn wireframes to be a tableless CSS design according to their specifications.

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GBAqua

GBAqua is an established website I worked during my employment with Monarch Digital. I kept this site updated with the latest core and module updates, as well and updating the site with various data entry tasks from the owner, and updating CSS and templates to accommodate upgrades. http://www.gbaqua.com/ A Monarch Digital Project.

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Lynn Olney, P.C.

My job with this website was to continue maintenance and upgrade and update when necessary. This website is pretty much a brochure website and needed minimal maintenance, however updates to the design were required with newer versions of various web browsers and Drupal or when a new section was added to the website when the budget permitted. This client also has a Facebook page and utilizes Google Adwords and other sources for marketing. http://www.olneypc.com/ A Monarch Digital Project.

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Monarch Digital

I worked for Monarch Digital for over a year. During this time, I was responsible for keeping the website updated with new projects and testimonials from clients, creating new features on the website such as the design portfolio, and formatting new sections and creating new buttons. The design was not mine, but had been updated many times to incorporate changes which needed to be made to accommodate new data. http://www.monarchdigital.com A Monarch Digital Project.

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