Many of our clients have been with us for years, and for some we have done several sites.  Below is an extensive listing for you to explore.  Unlike many web designers, we take you directly to the site when you click -- not just show you a pretty picture -- because we feel strongly that a web site is more than what it looks like; the skill in building a site is also in how it is organized and written. We invite you to use the contact link on any of these sites to reach their owners and ask about their experience working with Webgoddess.net.
North Country Canoe Outfitters

North Country Canoe Outfitters

This is the second redo of boundarywaters.com, this time converting the site from straight HTML to WordPress, a big job for a site with over 100 pages.  Using slideshows and some great menuing features, the site is now a shining up-to-date example of great online marketing.

Client since:
2010
Using:
WordPress using Avada Theme
Campion Rose Burns Catering

Campion Rose Burns Catering

It’s been many years since the last makeover Webgoddess did for this Twin Cities catering company. Our third version is in WordPress with added location/venue mapping and a general “spiffing” up.  Chef Ken Fitzer says, “Good job, Irene!” Visit the site at campionroseburns.com.

Client since:
1998
Using:
WordPress, Memorable Theme by Woo Themes
Northern Lakes Arts Association (NLAA)

Northern Lakes Arts Association (NLAA)

Although NLAA had been using a content management system for many years, it was time to upgrade to WordPress.  They also wanted to do their own ticket sales online, which we provided with a PHP script.  This is the third site Webgoddess has done for NLAA.

Client since:
2003
Using:
WordPress, WooThemes Diarise Theme, Ticketing Software by PHP Jabbers
One Life Integral Coaching

One Life Integral Coaching

Life Coach Eli Bissonett needed a strong presence to promote his services.

Client since:
2012
Using:
WordPress
A Taste of Ely

A Taste of Ely

A Taste of Ely is not only a restaurant but hosts an art gallery and live musical performances.  So, it was important to find a WordPress template that had an event calendar as well as menu and specials features.

Client since:
2013
Using:
WordPress (Bistro template)
Injury Care EMS

Injury Care EMS

This is the second site we’ve done for the Injury Care folks.  Originally a straight HTML site, we updated to WordPress so the client could make their own changes.

Client since:
2011
Using:
WordPress
Listening Point Foundation

Listening Point Foundation

The Listening Point Foundation had a beautiful static HTML web site that was a tribute to writer and outdoorsman Sig Olson, but it needed updating.   The client wanted to keep the same look and feel, nothing very flashy or bright, reflecting the peace of the north woods.

We took the design and converted it to WordPress so if they wanted to update it themselves, they could.  We added Jigoshop e-commerce and the ability for supporters to donate online.  We also translated some the great stories featured in their print newsletter and created a blog so the search engines would know the site is active and regularly updated.

Client since:
2012
Using:
Wordpress, Jigoshop
Ely Winter Festival

Ely Winter Festival

Another redesign of this fun site, this time using WordPress and paid plugins for event calendar and sponsors.

Client since:
2006
Using:
WordPress, WooCommerce, Event Calendar PRO, Paid Business Listings Plus and other plugins
Northwoods Partners

Northwoods Partners

Third redesign for this site, as we put it into WordPress so the client could do their own editing.   Another slight redesign as the organization changed their branding from Northwoods Hospice Respite Partners to Northwoods Care Partners.

Client since:
2006
Using:
WordPress
Injury Care Medical

Injury Care Medical

Osteopath Richard Radnovich needed help.  The firm he hired to create a new web site for his clinic dropped the ball half way through the project.  Dr. Radnovich turned to Webgoddess.net.  We moved the site to a more user-friendly format (WordPress!) and reorganized the information to be more user- and search engine-friendly.  During the project, Doc said things like, “BTW, have I mentioned how happy I am to be working with you? Rather than feeling ripped off, I feel all warm and fuzzy.  I feel like I can move ahead with all the ideas that I once had.”

Client since:
2011
Using:
Wordpress