Chelsey Burns, holistic health coach, helps restore balance by creating a bio-individualized nutrition and lifestyle program that is custom-fit to address each client's personal health goals.
Liz Van Ingen is the author of Kismet: From the Joy of Romance to the Agony of Alzheimer’s. Her website contains images and links related to her book, published in 2013. The story of timeless romance, set against world travel to places of political upheaval, and ultimately, a test of love. Nominated for the 2014 Colorado Book Award in Memoirs category.
Website allows potential employers to send job requests, job seekers to upload resumes, and website administrators to maintain the website and help employers and job hunters to connect. Site architecture, database functions and CSS styling developed by Shere Chamness/REALART. Website design by Sandy Smith, Alexander Smith Design, Denver. Coding assistance from Paul Von Huben, Iron Elephant, Denver.
This long-established and experienced seismic/geophysical company specializes in geophysical data acquisition services. They required only a small scale website presence that describes their operations and gives contact information.
Website design and development by Shere Chamness/REALART. Photos by Paul Von Huben/IronElephant.
This jewelry craftwoman specializes in hand-crafted one-of-a-kind designs. She needed a site that functions like a show room, displaying accurate detailed images and allowing visitors to select and purchase necklaces and bracelets online. Website design and development by Shere Chamness/REALART.
With many years of accounting experience, Joyce Dinkel opened her own CPA practice in Highlands Ranch, CO, specializing in tax preparation for small business owners. Her basic, well-organized website reflects her practical approach. Website design and development by Shere Chamness/REALART.
In late 2010 I began playing around with a new idea: making astrological jewelry with gemstones representing the planets in a person's horoscope. The idea was instantly successful and many people ordered necklaces and bracelets fabricated from their unique birth charts. Website concept, design and development by Shere Chamness/REALART.
Starsys was developed as part of a team including the very brilliant Jeff Schroeder of (ZingStudios/Longmont) who handled the back-end database, Peggy Morris (Morris Marketing Arts/Denver) who was production supervisor, and Amanda Taylor (Amanda Taylor Design/Denver) who designed the look and feel of the site. Shere Chamness handled the architecture, styling and website development.
Kentucky Virtual Library Research Portal for kids through 5th grade was created in 2003 through the joint efforts of the Kentucky Virtual Library Kids & Teachers Workgroup, with website concept, story, design and animation by Shere Chamness.
The original website was based on Flash content (http://legacy.kyvl.org/kids/f_portal.html), with a secondary non-Flash version employing animated GIFs for games, and a text-based version for visually impaired users and printer-friendly pages.
Additional assistance: Cicily Waneck (education); Caterina Cone (Third Eye Design); True or Bogus section designed by Rene Rowland; and text editing by Rene Riley.