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Over the years I've created a number of web sites for myself. In the last few years I have also branched out started creating sites for other people. You can see examples of my work below.
My services range from creating your site from scratch, creating a new site using your current content or taking over the maintenance and updating of your current site.
As you can see when you view the sites I've created, I tend to use colors and images to create a visually attractive site and incorporate very few bells and whistles. This philosophy allows for the sites I create to be viewed as they should be on most web browsers and means that the site is functional. Bells and whistles are pretty at but all too frequently mean your site is not viewable when there is an incompatibility between the code on your site and the browser or add-on.
I also offer a maintenance and update service for sites that have already been created — either by myself or another designer. For $10/hour I will make regular updates to your web site and do basic maintenance. Major changes or updates would fall under design work.
If you're interested in having web site work done, please e-mail me.
Dotti Enderle is very talented, well published children's author. I recently revamped her web sites. Visit the site at: www.dottienderle.com.
Doris Fisher is another very talented children's author. I recently took over the maintenance of her web site. Visit the site at: www.abcdoris.com.
Southwest Region Planning Commission is the web site located at my current job. I am responsible for maintaining this Drupal-based site. Visit the site at: www.swrpc.org
Center Stage Cheshire County is the official web site for this non-profit organization in Keene that organizes the Keene Pumpkin Festival and Tree Lighting Ceremony as well as running a Banner Program. I maintain this site. Closed.
Parent Express is a parenting newspaper covering Cheshire County, NH and Windham County, VT. I was the editor and maintained the web site.
Flash Tales Ezine is a site I created for Michael Kechula. The first issue hit the web in September 2006. On the site you can find the guidelines, more about the ezine and a virtual store featuring Mike's books. Closed.
MANY Options is the afterschool program that my daughter goes to. It is a bit different than my usual layout, but that had much to do with having a site that looked similiar to Monadnock Family Services' site than anything else. This organization is closed.
Acting Out is another program run by Monadnock Family Services and works with the MANY Options group. They use the theatre to help reach out to teens. Closed.
Keene Pumpkin Festival is the web site for our local pumpkin festival. The site gets about a million hits a year! Wow! I completely redesigned the site. The festival is run by a new organization and this site is no longer available.
Nancy A. Cavanaugh is my author web site. The site is bright and colorful and represents me as a person quite well. You can find electronic versions of most of the stuff I've had published from articles on web sites to newspapers and some of my fictional work. Visit the site at www.nancyacavanaugh.com.
Kids Holiday Crafts (formerly Holiday Crafts 4 Kids). The site offers holiday-related crafts and activities for kids ages 4-7 years olds. The site is always being updated with new crafts and holidays. The site is great for teachers, daycare workers and parents looking for inexpensive crafts to help keep their kids busy during holiday seasons. Visit the site at: www.kidsholidaycrafts.com.
Monadnock Resource Center The site offers resources for residents in the Monadnock Region of New Hampshire including medical assistance, help for clothing and food, schools, social services, community links, and much more. Closed.
Bear Pawsibilities, my oldest site, is for teddy bear lovers—both collectors and makers. The site has links to other bear sites and free patterns. Visit the site at: www.bearpawsibilities.com.
Fandangle Magazine was a free online magazine for kids ages 6-10 years old. The magazine, which is published once a month, has short stories, poems, puzzles, games, educational stories, coloring pages and more. The web site also has forums, free eBooks, a bookstore and resources for kids, parents, teachers and writers.
Fandangle Magazine was named as one Writer's Digest's Top 101 Best Web Sites for 2006 for Children's Writing. Here's what they said: "With a name like Fandangle, what's not to like? The virtual library of free children's e-books and audio books is a nice touch. The site's writers' resources include a comprehensive index and links to sources that promote and educate writers." The ezine closed in December 2007.
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