Some of my favorites below:


Next opening for new website clients will be end of April 2021.

Admissions Coach for college, Upstate SC

Helped this local charter school redesign and organize their website.

Redesign a 175+ page website. Adjusted navigation and 3rd party expenses saving this non-profit thousands of dollars in yearly expenses.

Assisted this small business with a web presence with limited yearly expenses.

Redesigned this non-profit's website to a dynamic design and helping to raise awareness and donations with limited expenses and upkeep.


Assisted this small business with a web presence with limited yearly expenses.

Langston Charter School, Greenville, SC

Designed a new website to go along with their branding to help keep information manageable by staff and easily accessible to parents. 

Assisted this small business with dynamic design and branding.

Upstate SC, Greenville, Graphic Artist, website, marketing, product design

EXAMPLE of former single long scroll hosted page for more dynamic presence. Can be used with or without domain.


Brought Blog site to dynamic and reorganized website for PTSA to provide information for the community and families.

If you're interested in having a website done, you'll need to endure my soapbox and read below:
I've done several websites in the past using Dreamweaver,  iWeb, and FrontPage, (that dates me) and I've worked on Square and Word Press (not a fan of either) so here's my process: But first....


In my professional (and humble) opinion,  a website is a reflection of your company/services.  If you're behind in technology, have frustrating navigation, or poor design, potential clients may make incorrect assumptions about your business based on their "first impression." How do you present? Knowing your weaknesses will make you stronger and your website will work better for you. Don't take it personally, take it PROFESSIONALLY and use a professional at least somewhere during the process. 


Too often I see horrible websites for small businesses. Some are older sites created during the "blogging days" that just haven't been updated and some were created by a talented "family member." Hmmmm.... would you allow you "family member" to do your complicated businesses taxes because they have good grades in math? It's the same with professional services that represent your business. There is much to consider with your website: target populations, proper mapping navigation, eye tracking, click data, ADA compliance, mobile design differences, visual appeal with branding and balance and current trends. What your family members may not be aware of may actually be costing YOU more than you're saving by using their services to begin with. So start off with a consultation.

I meet with the customer to figure out their technical limitations and comfort level before deciding which direction to go. For that reason, I now only use WIX. There is nothing I've wanted to do in over 7 years of working on WIX that I cannot provide for my clients. It may not be for everyone, but I've been using it for small businesses and non-profits for YEARS.  Many have been able to maintain their site themselves saving them even more money, or the minor fees I charge for maintenance still saves them money as well compared to other services and agencies.  With that said, I'm sure serious SEO focused web design firms don't appreciate my opinion about simplicity and WIX. And there are reasons a business may need to spend THOUSANDS of dollars on a website, (imperative top ranking SEO/heavy retail.) But you can still have a very successful and affordable website with a presence on Google without spending all your limited small business profits.  CONTACT ME HERE - no pressure. I'm quite passionate about helping other small businesses because I've received help along the way myself, and I'm paying it forward.

Below are some of my recent or favorite websites I've created to get a client on the www or redesigned sites that weren't working for the client. Also further below are some examples of blogs/websites and newsletters. 


Enjoy & thanks for your time.


AFTER - Website 

From Blog site to Website

Limited blog, very text heavy, not device friendly > a NEW dynamic & mobile friendly website
Great visual impact with a simple design able to be maintained by volunteers.

Created Email Campaigns to match

BEFORE - not readable on mobile devices

AFTER Mobile friendly for all devices

Example 2

Website example 2 -blog with too much white space > dynamic & mobile friendly website
includes new blog posts/news page

Home Page

Home Page

News Page

News Page

Contact Form

Contact Form

About Me page

About Me page

Bibliography page

Bibliography page

Graphic Design projects of all sizes for small businesses, non-profit organizations & independent contractors.
Since 2004