Portfolio | Web Development Services by Ed Nailor
Here are a few samples of work I have done. I have been involved in either the design, development or both for these websites:
I managed the design and development of the website, provided SEO support and training for the client and helped them create an online presence for their brand.
Working with DJ B-Lord, I designed and developed the website from conception to finished product. Designed with growth in mind, the website will be ready to expand as Flight School Radio takes off! Provided website design and development for this project.
Three Arrows Farm & Cattle Company is a family owned cattle operation, raising registered Black Angus Cattle, for All-Natural beef production, as well as seed stock production. Wells Shealy, the owner of the farm, contacted me wanting a great website that could incorporate their logo and keep the rustic style.
I provided website design and development, as well as hosting services for this project.
Lutheran Senior Services is a faith-based, mission-driven not-for-profit network that specializes in enhancing life for seniors, ages 62-plus, with 19 locations in Missouri and Illinois. Their needs included having a website that could tie all of their locations together in one website, yet give each location it’s own identity.
This is just one of the many website projects I managed the development of while working with Creative Services.
Hatch Elevators is a locally owned and operated elevator sales, service and installation business. With a tighter overall marketing budget, we took existing sales materials used by the company and matched the look and feel of the website to those materials. In the end, the website and the brochures / flyers used by the company have a cohesive look that the owner can be proud of.
With this project, I provided design, development and hosting services.
One of the biggest issues facing a developer is showing off the code you have written. If you show off a fabulous peice of code that really does something amazing, you can lose the possibility to keep a competitive edge over the competition. Yet, if you show generic code, that doesn’t show anything at all. So, to help give an idea of what I can do, the following is a link to code I have placed on GitHub for a presentation I did at WordCamp Raleigh, 2012, in which I shared a coding technique to a large group of WordPress developers.
If you need samples of more of my work, please feel free to contact me.