Tech-Tamer built a simple web presence for Amazing Grace Kids when the preschool first opened in 2010. The school’s director had been able to make simple edits to the site from the start, but she wanted more control and, when she mentioned her desire to start a blog as well, we made the decision to […]
Websites Built with WordPress
WordPress is a great, free tool for building websites -- in fact, more of the world's websites run on WordPress than on any other framework. We will generally use WordPress to build your website unless the project has specialized requirements better met using another tool or is so simple that our own, home-grown framework is the more economical option.
Tech-Tamer designed and built a new site for Christ Episcopal Church, creating an inviting and accessible place for a number of different contributors to share Church information easily. Employing the full organizational resources WordPress offers, Tech-Tamer not only made it possible for all members of the Church board to update content easily, but also created […]
Our client provided a banner for this site and asked Tech-Tamer to implement a crisp, content-focused blog. We chose to build it using WordPress so that our client could easily update the site herself as well as manage a group of student contributors.
Volunteers from this community-based organization created an initial draft of their website but were not able to complete it. Tech-Tamer stepped in to finish off the site in a timely and efficient manner. Because the site was built on the WordPress platform, non-technical members of the organization are able to maintain the site and update […]
Our cient is a math curriculum coordinator for a public school district in Maine. She asked us to give her a way to provide online games for students, materials for parents and teachers and other resources to support her and the students, families and teachers in her district. WordPress’ robust categorization tools were used to […]
Jean’s website was initially built by her designer using commercial web-building software that implemented the agreed design, but made the content difficult to update and maintain. We moved the content over to a WordPress platform and re-implemented the original design. Jean can now update her list of clients on a regular basis and make other […]
Tech-Tamer helped the League of Women Voters of Massachusetts move from an old site that had become dated and difficult to maintain to a dynamic and easily updated new site based on WordPress. More important than a fresh look and easy maintenance, however, was a reorganization of the enormous quantity of information that had accrued […]
Our client came up with an idea for an amusing series of t-shirts, and wanted to sell them on the web. On a bare-bones budget we quickly pulled together a WordPress-based online store and taught him how to use it.
The graphic designer for Newton Physical Therapy brought us in to implement her design on the WordPress platform, so that the site could be easily updated and maintained by the business owner.
Judy Rosenberg’s award-winning Rosie’s Bakery chain is a beloved New England institution that each year sells more than 85,000 brownies, more than 140,000 cookies and more than 20,000 cakes. Judy wanted a new website that would be easy to update and that would better promote her brand and her cookbook. We implemented Judy’s distinctive design […]
The ScratchPaper blog supports our client’s active social media presence in the areas of angel investing, entrepreneurship and the environment.
Swellesley Report founder Bob Brown asked Tech-Tamer to create a new site that would allow him to edit content more easily and allow his readers to post comments. Tech-Tamer built a WordPress-based site, migrated all of the current content, and set up accessible archives from older site content. The new site allows our client to update blog posts […]