Samples of our work
We have listed several samples that indicate the way we've done some completely different types of sites. We designed all sites listed here and host most of them.
The District 27 Toastmasters site is for a non-profit organization. The site focuses on clean layout, easy navigation, and providing both news and educational information to Toastmasters.
The Fedweb site is a companion to a book that lists government web sites. This site utilizes a database to keep the links up-to-date, as well as a script that checks for dead and moved links nightly. This is a duplicate of the site, rather than the real site, so links may be out of date.
The Don Cooper/Guerrilla Networking site. This site highlights the master People-to-People Networker of the Washington, DC area. It features new articles every month, revised tips every month, and roll-over graphic buttons. Another version that we had done of his site can be found here. We like the old version better, but it just wasn't his style.
The Brookfield Reader is a website for a small book publisher, devoted to books for toddlers. It uses great graphics, buttons that change as the mouse hovers over it, bluebirds that move, etc. It's emphasis is on fun, light, and airy. It contains a couple of order forms and a Kid's Club Newsletter. It is another site that uses our FrugalWebTM Hosting Service . The Brookfield Reader is located in Sterling, VA.
The Home-Based Business Connection (HBC) is a non-profit organization for home-based business owners. The membership section is done through a database that gets updated monthly by the customer. It also includes a meetings page that changes monthly to show future and past meeting agendas. The membership section lists their members in a number of different formats depending on what the visitor wants to see. It is hosted using our FrugalWebTM Hosting Service . The HBC is in Herndon, VA and serves the metro DC area.
We designed and host the website for The Choice, Inc. They are a firm that specializes in temporary and full-time employment for technical people and administrative people. The web site has an interesting people-oriented splash page, a number of forms for employers and recruits to fill in, and a what's new page that changes monthly. The Choice, Inc. is in Washington, DC.
The Cross Roads Computer Solutions is an old site of a computer store. The company has since gone out of business. We included it because it is another example of a database that got updated periodically.
We designed and host the Blooms Crossing HomeOwners Association. It is a heavily interactive site focusing on Discussion Areas and information pertinent to the residents of a small community. It makes use of email mailing lists and email subscriptions to keep the residents informed of changes to the site. Blooms Crossing is in Manassas Park, VA, In Prince William County.
We designed and host the Apro Inc Recruiting Firm. It focuses on displaying job openings and obtaining resumes for a select group of candidates. It also makes use of email mailing lists and email subscriptions to keep candidates informed of new positions.
We designed and host the Township Atlas site. It is a book used by genealogists.
Gordon Internet Services
Web Design & Development
Email Jeff and Donna Gordon at