When I began working at WNET, the Interactive Engagement Group (IEG) had a one-page brochureware website. I wrote a content strategy in order to better serve the needs of our group, to gain more direct-service clients and establish us as highly-skilled, full-service digital agency within a larger, non-profit media company. After review by the department heads, I took on this website as the project manager and developer. I led our design team to create a website that was mobile-responsive as well as highly attractive.
I built the website using an MVC-framework inspired, custom WordPress theme, with several custom post types to meet our needs. Staff profiles feature bios, fun facts, and various pieces of meta data to establish the importance of the team behind the machine. The portfolio pieces feature some of our best projects, information about the projects, and views of those project across desktop, tablet, and mobile.
Post-launch, I remain the editor for the IEG tech blog which features tutorials and general wisdom about high-performance WordPress development. We hope this blog will eventually become a sought-after resource in the WordPress community.