Posts Tagged “WordPress”
Koinonia Farm was founded in 1942 as a “demonstration plot for the kingdom of God.” This meant a community of believers sharing their lives and resources, following the example of the first Christian communities as described in the Acts of the Apostles. Residents, interns and visitors on the farm are invited “to serve a period of apprenticeship in developing community life on the teachings and principles of Jesus.”
Koinonia Farm was the first website designed by Lowthian Design Works. It has gone through 4 major revisions to it’s current WordPress site. We have also helped Koinonia with training and e-newsletter support as well as on-site tech support. We helped them obtain free website hosting for being non-profit.
Visit their site at KoinoniaFarm.org
Girls Rock New Orleans is dedicated to building self-confidence in girls, transgender, and gender non-conforming youth through music education. Our programs foster creative expression, collaboration, and social consciousness, while providing tools to be active participants in their own communities.
Lowthian Design Works did not do any of the original design work, however we migrated a Ruby on Rails website to a Responsive WordPress site. The original site, though well designed, was difficult to update, always having to go through the designer. Now on WordPress, anyone in the organization can log on and make edits to the site. We also moved hosting so they could get free non-profit hosting.
Sean David Hobbs is a Freelance Journalist presently located in Cairo Egypt.
We met Sean while working in New Orleans after hurricane Katrina. Following his work internationally, we have helped him set up several blogs. His current site is built in WordPress using a very simple professional looking template and is fully responsive (displays well in all devices).
We also done training with Sean and helped him with e-newsletters.
Visit his site at SeanDavidHobbs.com
The Oak Ridge Environmental Peace Alliance is a collection of eternally hopeful souls who believe they have the power to create the world we hope to live in. OREPA is committed to nonviolence toward their main focus of stopping nuclear weapons production at the Y12 Nuclear Weapons Complex in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, and protecting the environment threatened by legacy and ongoing activities at the Oak Ridge Nuclear Reservation.
We have been helping OREPA with their site since 2011. We helped them obtain free website hosting and update their site to a newer WordPress template. We look forward in the near future to migrating their site to a responsive design.
You can visit their site at Orepa.org