JLH Tree Service was super happy with this redesign I did for their website this year. Everything was specificaly designed to communicate their message of professionalism and friendliness. From the color scheme to the bold images, I’m really proud of how this one turned out.
Andrew Boyer is an amazingly talented photographer, videographer, and best of all, a good friend of mine. When he asked me to do his website in 2012 I was super stoked to get to create the platform for him to share his work.
STA is a roofing and enegry solutions company in Mustang Ok. They hired me to build them a site that would allow for video integration as well as boost search engine recognition. Their new site is now up and kicking!
Life’s Hope is a missions organization based in Duncan Oklahoma. The president and founder Brent Justus commissioned Cogent Studios to build them a brand new website that would easy to update in an effort to keep people informed on all the work that Life’s Hope is doing. Brent and the people at Life’s Hope have a vision to share the love of Christ while meeting human need.
Note: The site was recently taken offline to protect the Justus family as they go into countries that are hostile toward Christianity.
Peyton’s Place is a cozy little restaurant located in Duncan, Ok. After thinking about it for years, owner Justin Griffith, finally bit the bullet and commissioned the creation of their brand new website. This site helps to inform people about the restaurant as well as offer some awesome like features like the ability for customers to order online, and instantly sign up for news-letters.
Mike Boyer of Boyer & Sons Remodeling, wanted a way to offer potential clients the information they needed and an easy way to get in touch with him. His new website does just that, as well as being easy to update so he can add information & video&’s whenever he wants.
In 2007 I was hired by JLH Tree Service in Citrus County Florida, to build their website. This design holds a special place in my heart, because it was my first CMS (Content Management System) site and was my introduction to Joomla.
I have since moved on to using WordPress, but I’m grateful for the experience.