Ivy Dai, a professional chef and television presenter from California, had two existing websites that she wanted to combine into one. She was looking for a site that could showcase the various aspects of her work, from cooking classes to nutritional consultations, while also having a ‘magazine-style’ interface for her food blog.
One of the issues I am keen to avoid is making a client a website that they find difficult to use or update later on. There’s no need to pay a web designer to do small updates to your site. Therefore, Ivy and I decided that her site should be a customised solution using WordPress, a commonly used back-end system that Ivy was already familiar with.
The resulting site is completely responsive (i.e. it looks great on computers, tablets, and mobiles), and simple for Ivy to keep updated herself.