2022 WordPress Website Designs

2022 WordPress Website Designs

Welcome to my showcase of WordPress website designs from 2022. Below are some examples of my work, highlighting my skills in creating visually appealing, user-friendly, and highly functional websites using WordPress.

Here is a collection of my 2022 side projects.

Mary Scott’s consultant site: BusinessRiff.com Consultant website design

Mary Scott is no stranger to the St. Louis start-up scene! We’ve known each other through Venture Cafe’s Thursday networking events since 2016, and over the years, she’s given me valuable career advice and mentoring. When she asked me to create her new website and help refresh her personal brand, I was both happy and honored to take on the challenge!

I designed a unique home page to make the best first impression possible, featuring the ability to offer PDF downloads and list upcoming events. Additionally, I created training videos, complete with accompanying text, so Mary can independently update every bit of content on her website.

I will be helping her further with expanding her site to include:

  • Newsletter signup forms (probably via Mailchimp)
  • CRM integration
  • Landing pages for events
  • Refining the blog layout once there is more content

Check out Mary’s start-up consultant rebrand, BusinessRiff.com

Website for a drone battery manufacturer: DroneNX.io

Drone battery maker website

I was challenged by a mutual friend to create a website with five days’ notice, to be live in time for a big presentation. I successfully designed this one-page, mobile-friendly website in just three days. As with every site I’ve designed, it is built to be easily expanded and adapted as the business grows and evolves.

DroneNX.io, based in St. Louis, specializes in designing and manufacturing powerful UAV batteries. They had basic content on a Wix website, but it lacked the high-end impression they needed.

Project Timeline:

  • Friday Night: Finalized payment and scope terms, branding details, and content.
  • Saturday Afternoon: Launched the first draft on my development site and made adjustments based on quick feedback.
  • Sunday Morning: Prepared for launch by switching the nameservers to WordPress hosting on Bluehost. While waiting for DNS transfer, I integrated and tested the contact form, ensuring it featured an exportable CSV of entries for future CRM or email list integration.
  • Sunday Night: Transferred the website to the new host, making it live, and conducted last tests on the contact form and overall design.

Result: Three-day website design challenge successfully met and expectations exceeded!

Check out the new site at DroneNX.io