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Apr 20 2009

Nashville Glam : WordPress Site Design

E.Webscapes was approached by Beth at Nashville Glam to create a fabulous new design for her insider’s guide to beauty and fashion and fun in Nashville; it’s everything but the music. The not only did Beth want a new design, but we also switched her from TypePad to WordPress, our favorite, versatile platform!…

Apr 20 2009

ReverseHappyHour : WordPress Site Design

Chris had a great concept for a fun layout for his website, ReverseHappyHour, but had one minor problem – he needed someone to implement it and bring it to life. Enter E. Webscapes!…

Apr 20 2009

Ohm Sweet Ohm : WordPress Site Design

Mary came to E. Webscapes looking to create a fun website, Ohm Sweet Ohm, to advertise short term and vacation rentals to potential tenants who visit Asheville, NC from out of town.…

Apr 3 2009

Jake’s Dog Blog – Custom WordPress design

If you’re located in the New Jersey area, you may already be familiar with a pet store called Jake’s Dog House, who supplies pet toys and unique, specialty items for your pet in their stores. You can also purchase these items from their existing E-Commerce store, online, at Jake’s Dog House. Jon Stein, the owner of Jake’s Dog House, decided he wanted a blog to compliment their existing online identity – I had …

Feb 28 2009

Sister Told Jah WordPress Blog Design

I have worked with Zee from Sister Told Jah since 2003. I think this is the 5th (maybe 6th?) time I’ve created a custom theme for her WordPress blog in that time, and each time is better than the last! This time around, she was going for a brighter look with white and sepia tones being the color choice on this design change……

Feb 21 2009

The Writer Bee : WordPress Site Design

Deborah wanted E. Webscapes to create a new design for her personal blog site, The Writer Bee that would really express who she is and what her favorite things are – writing and the outdoors! Deborah also wanted to make the big leap from WordPress.com to the self-hosted WordPress.org . . . a fantastic way to go.…