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Chris Gilligan Web Developer, Information Architect, Web Server Administrator, Media Producer web • video • print chris@chrisgilligan.net chrisgilligan.com I design and produce information and communication media for university, corporate, small business, manufacturing and non-profit clients: web sites Information architecture and design for open source content management systems Front-end UI design, HTML, PHP, LESS Linux Apache […]

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WordPress Content Management

…bring visitors back to build your business or engage your organization. Premium Themes and Customization In addition to the thousands of high-quality themes available, free of charge, I also recommend WooThemes and Genesis Framework. I can take any stock or premium theme and customize it to fit your visual identity: logos, color schemes, etc. Give […]

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Office Coordinators Inc. website

Office Furniture Retail Showcase

Office Coordinators Inc. website I worked with Office Coordinators Inc’s talented in-house designers to update the OCI website. OCI chose an e-commerce theme, and we completely reworked the CSS and layout to match their colors and logo treatment. After a previous failed attempt with another developer, they were surprised at how quickly the site came […]

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Light Sport & Ultralight Flying Magazine website

E-Commerce Magazine Subscription Website

Light Sport & Ultralight Flying Magazine needed an easy-to-manage e-commerce solution, coupled with Content Management and slideshows. I used Joomla plus VirtueMart, and SlideShowPro to give them a sophisticated system that is simple to use. Light Sport & Ultralight Flying Magazine website The magazine has been in circulation since 1975, so the publishers know how […]

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Tennessee Galvanizing Website

Industrial Galvanizer Website

Tennessee Galvanizing website Tennessee Galvanizing had an aging Joomla site that needed major software updates. So, I migrated the site to WordPress for ease of use and ease of updates. WordPress is much more user friendly than Joomla, and also easier to maintain. Simple WordPress site with front page slide show, news blog and contact […]

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Suck Creek Cycle website

Bike Shop Website with Facebook Features

Suck Creek Cycle website I’ve been hosting and helping with Suck Creek Cycle’s website since they opened in 1998. The site was long overdue for an upgrade, so I took an existing template design and tweaked it a bit to look like the bike shop, then integrated social media and syndicated content from their vendors. […]

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Mark Making website

Public Art Non-Profit Website

…andoned by a previous developer. Knowing how artists can be very particular about visual design and information architecture, I was a little apprehensive to take on this project… but I soon found some new PHP and JavaScript code to make WordPress behave as desired. Search Engine Optimization Fancybox JavaScript modal windows for YouTube, image slideshows, […]

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