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This site was designed for The DL Rage Podcast. This website had been previously living on WordPress.com and was in need of a more modern update with options to allow more listener interaction with the cohosts. The purpose of the site is to let listeners look back at show notes for resources mentioned, submit their own audio to the podcast, as well as to just stay connected to the podcast in between episode releases.
Podcasts can take a substantial amount of research, recording and editing time between episode releases. Usually listeners want more in that in between time and with a website like this, the cohosts can easily update what is in the works or field their research into future episodes directly from their subscribers. This podcast has also noticed that their audience on Facebook is a different one than those that go to the website for information, so with the new changes cross over between the audiences is likely to occur.
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This website was designed for Montague Elementary School’s PTA in the Summer of 2017, expected launch date is the end of September 2017. It was built using WordPress and the Genesis Framework with the Deborah Theme (PTA specific theme). This website has also been hardened and is currently under our yearly maintenance plan. Some features…
This was our founder’s first real taste of securing a WordPress site was when she was the Website Manager for The Sweep Spot Podcast for about two and a half years. This site was originally built using WordPress and a variation on the Twenty Eleven theme as well as a plugin to integrate a BuddyPress forum. Back…
Laura Gannon's Cerro Coso Projects
I designed this site for my final project in my Web Production Management class at Cerro Coso Community College. For this project we had to consult with a real customer and redesign the website for the U.S. Museum of Armament & Technology. Since there were only two of us in the class, this was a…
This travel website was built for my Dreamweaver class as well. By far, it has been my favorite design to date. It may have been that I chose a great country that supplied wonderful images, but this project also pushed my design skills.
This CSS Zen Garden design was made for my Dreamweaver class that I took at Cerro Coso Community College. This was one of my favorite designs and was based on the Victorian Era in the Arts and Crafts Period of Art History.
I built this website for one of my beginning Web Design classes at Cerro Coso Community College. All the graphics and photos are mine from being an amateur hobbyist of African Lake Malawi Mbuna Cichlids. This site was built using only HTML5 and CSS3.
Laura Gannon's Personal Projects
This is my website where I talk about my knitting hobby. I did a major redesign on it in 2015 using the WordPress Theme Twenty Fourteen and adjusting the color schemes. I also started the process of monetizing this site, so I did a lot of customizations to allow rotating Ads with Ad Management in…