|I design Web sites according to the needs of the business or organization. You may require a modest, Internet presence which can be accomplished with a few Web pages, or even a single page; or you may benefit from an extensive site with many sections and subsections.
Some Web sites are static: information is posted and it rarely changes. Other sites are dynamic, requiring frequent updates. Some sites are primarily informational: they provide site visitors with information about a company or organization, or about products or services. Other sites focus on e-commerce, where products are sold online. The content of some sites is primarily text, while other sites rely on images and need little text.
The following sites, created by Ocean Song Web Design, exemplify different types of sites. Visit a site by clicking on itís image or URL, and it will open in a new window. To return here, just close that window.
Title: Stonehouse Vineyards & Winery
This site was introduced in conjunction with the winery’s grand opening. It features:
|Home Graphics Business
Title: J&J Graphics
J&J Graphics wanted a site that could serve as an online catalog displaying their products for their retail store customers while also providing a means for the general public to purchase online.
|Online Craft Gallery
Title: Quilted Bargello Wall Hangings
Ann Lainhart has been quilting for more than 25 years. For eight summers, she operated The Quilted Gallery at Rocky Neck Art Colony in Gloucester, Massachusetts. She now has an online business, with one Web site oriented toward quilters and this site geared toward the general public.
This site features:
Title: Marblehead Festival of Arts
The Marblehead Festival or Arts, founded in 1963, makes extensive use of its Web site. Features include:
|Photographic Virtual Tour
Title: Old Burial Hill
This site documents an historic graveyard in New England: