CAS Pipe Dreams, llc

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Latest Projects

Dolce Daycare and Preschool in Fishers, Indiana

Dolce had a website but needed something more professional looking. This is a family owned Daycare and Preschool in an area with a lot of competition from some very big names in the childcare business. Happily, this website paid for itself within the week! Parents looking for a daycare saw this website and came to the school and enrolled their children.

  • WordPress website
  • No stock photos were used
  • Very well planned out with emphasis on their teaching philosophy

Progressive Spiritualist Church of Indianapolis, IN

This website was also created as a replacement. Like a lot of church websites, they had a lot of after thoughts about what needed to be on their site. Rather than restructure, things were added. And added. And... you get the picture. It was a confusing and disorganized website. This was created using W3.CSS References, and using their container themes. This worked well to break up the text, as there is a lot of information.

  • No stock photos are used.
  • Besides the website, CAS Pipe Dreams has created and updated many postcards and tri-fold handouts.

The Works of Indianapolis, IN      Warning - This website contains adult content

The bulk of this website was created within 12 hours. The owners were bidding on hosting an event at their facility and one of the stipulations in the bid was that their website have no pages that were under construction. This is just pure handwritten code. The only other thing CAS Pipe Dreams did was redo the logo. It hadn't had a digital facelift - ever. So we cleaned that up.

What I won't do again - Do something I haven't tested

Going against my instincts, I created an eCommerce website using a CMS (Content Management System) that I was not familiar with, nor could I find any user reviews; however, this was the platform that the customer insisted upon. My job was to build the shell and teach the user how to add items so they could sell over the internet. I did my job. The user could not remember how to navigate the site or use it properly. Unfortunately, there is very little tech support for this platform either. ARGH! The only good thing is, I was totally honest with them through the process. We both learned something.