Welcome to the new site for Grow Your World Web Connections, formerly known as Abell Smith Design! Stay tuned for much more from me on this big ongoing rebranding project, what prompted it and what I hope to accomplish. A big part of it is that I had grown tired of being living proof of the old adage that “a web developer’s worst website is their own,” so it was definitely time for a refresh 🙂
Tag: Admin stuff
Holy moley, it’s been a long time since I updated my portfolio. I’m extremely grateful for the reason, though, as my wonderful clients (new and old) have been keeping me QUITE busy! Check out these new websites done the last 6 months or so, and as always don’t hesitate to shoot me a message if you are a business owner in need of website help yourself.
If you sent me an email today or yesterday, please send it again! I migrated servers yesterday for this website, which inadvertently changed the MX records pointing to my email. Fixed now!
We went live with a new WooCommerce store on the Kitsap Conservation District website, for their annual Native Plant Sale… it’s a must-see, if you’re looking to do some last-minute Christmas shopping!
This is their first year taking their plant sale online, and they seem pretty happy with it. If you are interested in having an online store like this for your own business, especially if you are in Kitsap County, shoot me a message!
Many apologies for the deafening silence on the news page of Abell Smith Design these days. Here I say I’m expanding my blog posts, and I go dark for a couple months! It’s for a nice reason, though – I’ve been crazy busy lately! The bulk of my work has been for Washington State University Kitsap Extension, who do work on various programs involving small farms, agriculture, gardening, gleaning, water stewardship, nutrition, 4H, and other areas. Glad to work on so many admirable causes!
It’s gonna be a weird Apple Cup this year though, since I’m a Husky…
Check out a recently completed website for client Kitsap Conservation District, who provide technical assistance and grants for landowners in an effort to facilitate conservation and address water and soil concerns. I’m proud that my work is helping to further this mission!