Benach Ragland's re-design went live Feb 2, 2015. It was photographed, videoed and designed by Llewellyn Creative. And I coded it up in a wordpress theme. It was a very satisfying project. I used underscores for a starter theme, and found it to be flexible and fast (underscores has now replaced the outdated Handcrafted as my starter theme of choice).
Llewellyn Creative's own website. These guys rock, needless to say. They designed it, I built the custom WordPress theme.
A surgery clinic was the client for this website, which was designed and photographed by the brilliantly talented Llewellyn Creative group. I built the custom WordPress theme.
The Llewellyn folks asked me if I could do a site in one day. I was a little skeptical but I said I could do a quickie with a child theme. That's how I built a site for the Portland, Maine law firm Heminway & Hamlen.
It comes down to one simple reason: I've never (literally never) had a project where mobile came first. I've never had a designer give me a mobile layout before a desktop layout. I've never had a client mention mobile anything in a first meeting (I always bring it up though).
Tyler Finck's Jonah font. I'm not really that sentimental.. but this is such a cute font!
Say you have a magazine-style WordPress theme. It has a slider that loads three posts, and then a list of recent posts. The issue of pagination come up when the user hits the Older Posts link. Maybe you have a front page that displays 3 posts in the slider.