Design . Create . Promote

Design . Create . Promote

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St. Florian Fire and Burn Foundation

Website redesign for St. Florian Fire and Burn Foundation. Client wanted to tell their story in an easy, concise manner, and be attractive to both the younger people needing their services and to volunteers. In addition, a significant goal was to recreate the site so it is easy to update by their volunteers. Website is built using WordPress with my design. Visit the website for St. Florian Fire and Burn Foundation.

Credits: Photos and logo supplied by client.


Nautical Pile

This business builds custom wharfs and docks. I wanted their product to be front and center but also wanted potenial clients to know there were 3 different styles to choose from. The 3 styles are placed right below the main image with a picture example of each.

This website uses some CSS Animation to fade in the client's name. The site is responsive and built with Wordpress using a child theme. Visit the website for Nautical Pile.

Credits: Photos taken by clients.


Louie's Cosy Corner

For this website the client wanted a clean, simple, classic design with preference to darker colors.

Since this site is for a restaurant, I wanted their specials to be obvious and prominent. This site is also built with Wordpress using my design and a child theme. The site is responsive. Visit the website for Louie's Cosy Corner.

Credits: Photos supplied by client (dessert and building photo on contact us page by 2 Coasts Creative).
Logo by JoePop Images


River Bourgeois

Redesigned website built for the community of River Bourgeois, Nova Scotia. The previous website had links that weren’t working and those responsible for the website had no programming knowledge to fix the problems or even update the site. The client wanted something easily updated by a community volunteer.

Website was built using WordPress and a theme that was responsive. Visit the website for River Bourgeois.

Client Testimonial

Marina was able to take our hosting information and work with our host to provide an up to date, easy to use community web design which will allow volunteers to do our updating as necessary. She made and continues to make herself accessible to answer questions as we learn to use the site to inform the outside world about our community. Marina listened to our needs and made suggestions so we could make informed decisions about what information we should put on the site and the layout of the information. Thanks again Marina. Sherry – River Bourgeois Community Services Society
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River Bourgeois website