A friend contracted me to create a website and design the typical business set (card, brochure, etc.) for him, so I was happy to oblige. I ended up creating a responsive wordpress theme for him and hosting it on a typical shared server setup. It’s been good for him since it’s low maintenance, but there is a GUI for him to use to do minor updates, and of course the wordpress install will be plenty expandable for him in the future.

Twitter Bootstrap and Whiteboard made the coding process fairly quick and easy.

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