Working with his hosting provider, we rescued his HTML site and secured his hosting account so that his online portfolio was accessible and representing his art and philosophy.
Over the past couple of years, we helped him add new work to his portfolio, edited the contact form on his site, and edited various bits of information. His site required very minimal upkeep; we made updates probably a total of 4 times a year.
However, in 2015, thanks to a change in GoDaddy’s hosting product, Allison’s contact form stopped working, and he decided to take that opportunity to recreate the site so that it would both have a more modern look as well as be device-responsive and work on smartphones, tablets and desktop computers alike. He had no desire to update the site himself but keeping the site affordable was a must – as a self-supporting glass artist, keeping his overhead low is a priority!
Click the thumbnails above to see the redesigned Fluid Glass Movements website
His new site represents him in a much more professional way while still keeping his costs low so that he can focus on creating even more of his beautiful glass & metal art using his proprietary “liquid light” method.
services provided as a part of this project: HTML website development • search engine optimization
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