Our Latest Custom Web Solutions: Artist, Realtor, and Island Entrepreneur

March 30, 2010

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Over the past couple of months, the WebSight Design team has been busy developing and designing many new websites. Three of our noteworthy projects include:

After a complete redesign, we have given Danielle Hirsch, co-host of HGTV's hit show, Color Splash, a new website. For those of you not familiar with Danielle, she's a talented faux painting artist, designer, and home decorator. Serving as a great personal reference site, DanielleHirsch.com displays her creative work through video and photo galleries and showcases her success in a media coverage section. Additionally, the site was designed as an avenue for fans and clients to connect with Danielle. From the homepage, visitors can view her Twitter updates, follow her on Twitter, become a Facebook fan, and access her blog. To highlight the client's painting and color expertise, we launched DaniellePainting.com as well. This one-page site shows examples of her work and gives visitors appropriate contact information for setting up consultation appointments.

We've also redesigned the website for Marin's luxury real estate agent, Tracy McLaughlin. With a sleek design, MarinFineHomes.com is a reflection of Tracy's high-quality brand and services. It allows prospective home-buyers to view her current selling properties, search MLS listings, research market conditions, and learn about Marin neighborhoods.

And for those of you wondering how far WebSight Design extends its reach, one of our newest clients, DaddyD.net, is a DJ, bar owner, and fishing guide on Harbour Island, in the Bahamas. Communicating through email and phone, we worked with Devon "Daddy D" Sawyer to create a new website that shows off his photos and videos, and the beauty of Harbour Island. After a total redesign, the client now has a professional looking site that gives him the ability to advertise his services and expert knowledge of the area to tourists, and locals, via the web.  
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