Looking Ahead to 2014…


Wow, 2013 was an awesome year. As a company, I think Pleth may have had one of the best 4th quarters we've had in a long time, we had a lot of projects going on, and a lot from last year that made their way into the 1st quarter of this year. Personally, I have several open projects that will probably all launch within just a few days of each other (keep in mind that being one of the owners of the … [Read more...]

Launched: Shane Henry & Associates


Today I launched a project for my friend Shane Henry. Shane has a law firm here in Conway and specializes in Social Security / Disability, Adoption, Business Law, Estate Planning, and several other services.  Shane's website was built upon WordPress and uses the Genesis Framework. Click on the screenshot above to visit Shane's website... … [Read more...]

Current Projects: Rosewood Cremations


We completed a project for Rosewood Classic Coach a few months ago and they were so happy w/ the way the project turned out they asked us to take a look at their Rosewood Cremation website and convert it to Wordpress for them. In addition they also wanted to add a small amount of e-commerce to the site as well as converting some of their forms to interactive PDF's.   I haven't completed the … [Read more...]

Current Projects: The One, Inc.


Many of you that know me are probably already aware that I am a founding member of The One, Inc. and serve on the board of directors. In case you are not familiar w/ The One, Inc. and what we do, we are a 501c3 non-profit organization servicing the needs of the growing homeless community in Central Arkansas by providing food, clothing, hygiene products, and the basic necessities they need to … [Read more...]

Current Projects: Rosewood Coach

I was contacted by an old friend, Richard Neal of Morrilton, to design and develop a web presence for one of his side ventures. Richard has been in the funeral business since we were in high school and his family operation now has several funeral homes around the state. One aspect of Richard’s funeral home business that has helped him stand apart from the competition is his Rosewood Classic Coach, … [Read more...]

Launched: Greenbrier Massage

I have been working w/ Leah Pozorski, owner of Greenbrier Massage, since the first of the year to redesign her existing website.  We chose WordPress as the backend CMS for the project and the entire website is manageable internally. Some of the goals for the new website included bringing attention to her services such as Swedish & Thai Massage as well as providing prospective new clients … [Read more...]

Launched: Sonia Bell Insurance

Since the first of the year I have been working w/ Sonia Bell Insurance Agency in Conway to establish a web presence for them. Sonia Bell has been with Nationwide Insurance for 30 years and has been a fixture in the Conway business community for over 26 years. Recently Sonia and her team moved their offices from Locust Street to her new location at 1155 Front Street.  Since we were starting … [Read more...]

Launched: UCA SGA

Last week we launched a new website for the University of Central Arkansas Student Government Association, ucasga.org. I was the lead developer for this project and worked closely w/ the student government leadership and their advisors to hammer out all of the details.  This entire project is built upon Wordpress CMS with the exception of one custom application that I developed and integrated … [Read more...]

Current Projects: Knapp Law Firm

Recently I have been working on a project for the Knapp Law Firm in Helena, Arkansas.  The Knapp Firm specializes in Commercial Litigation, Personal Injury, Tax Litigation, and Bankruptcy.  In addition to web development on this project I also designed their logo seen in the screenshot below. Since the website is still being reviewed by the client, I can’t provide the URL for the project as of … [Read more...]

Current Projects: Elan Spa

I recently launched a new website for Elan Spa here in Conway.  When I met w/ Daneen, the owner, she informed me that she really didn’t want a lot of bells and whistles on the site, just a clean, basic layout w/ her products & services, hours of operation, and basic contact information.  Since there isn’t a lot of functionality I think the project came together pretty quickly … [Read more...]