Jennifer Cooper Bahler
A friend of mine needed a refresh on her personal site.
She is a licensed professional counselor with a thriving practice in the Livingston, NJ area.
She wanted a more modern look from her previous basic WordPress site as well as web-based form hosting and file upload.
I was able to set up functionality where clients can upload .pdf forms as well as images of their insurance cards, all of which get saved in a Google Drive folder for easy access.
Weight Points Plus
This is a simple weight and food tracking site to replace a personal spreadsheet-based tracker.
It includes open-sourced analytics and is installable as a Progressive Web App.
Bottom Up Construction
This is a simple landing page for a site redesign for a friend who owns a local construction company.
His business is doing very well and he wanted something that looked a bit more professional.
He wanted simply a landing, about section, and contact, along with a "hidden" contact that he can give to people who were referred and can be given priority attention.
This project was an attempt to move an Excel-based local budget to a web-based one that was more portable and more straightforward than what was a clunky spreadsheet.
It is fully responsive (works on all devices), includes light and dark mode, and has dynamic search, sort, and filter of data.
It is much more complex than what many businesses need, but it was a pet project for which a desire to build it existed for a while, and it demonstrates the complexity with which a company's website can be designed if needed.
This is a more straight-forward informational site. The owner of this is a college student who likes to DJ a bit on the side.
He needed a site that was simple, fast to load, and could show his upcoming and previous shows, as well as include a simple contact form.
The owner of this site has the ability to manage show information as well as testimonials via a simple Google sheet and the contact form emails his primary email directly.