A list of all articles for the tag "lowcows.com".
Along with a major overhaul of how Lowcows.com runs as a business a new website was needed. While it’s a project for my own benefit I knew the only way to get just what I was after was to treat myself as my own client. From start to finish, every aspect of the new site was done by hand – and I think that really made the difference.
Changes are coming to Lowcows.com. Time to rebrand, restructure, and add a partner. What does this mean to my clients – nothing except more services and quicker turnaround times.
An XML Client Update plugin for WordPress. This plugin allows me to keep in touch with my clients or anyone using my custom themes, plugins and/or widgets via their WordPress dashboard. The only solution I could think of to notify people of updates without submitting the theme, plugin or widget to the appropriate Official WordPress directory.
The Van Asten Tree Nursery was looking for a website that would allow them to take control their site’s content. They wanted something easy to use so that changes to the text could be done quickly without needing to learn how to manage the code behind the scene. A small list of requirements meant a lot of freedom with a very quick turn around time.
Aldo’s Pizza and Pub needed a complete overhaul to their website and requested that it be set up so they could handle the content. The custom WordPress theme was based off their logo and background from their old site but now way more flexible. Both widget ready and containing options making updating the site a lot easier, I think the client was rather please to take back control of their website.
Joanie was looking for a web banner that could be used at her Etsy shop as well as elsewhere online. The design needed to reflect her crafting style which was a mixture of scrapbooking, card making and expanding into home décor.
The Pat & Bal’s Fishing Show website was long overdue for an update – for both design and usability. Starting from scratch with a new design that was converted to a custom WordPress theme, the site is back online and ready for content.