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Author AvatarClick to View CategoryRedesign of OMMworld Web Site

by Webnme on Mar 22nd 2012 in Websites Designed

The OMMworld web site has shifted from being a fantasy story web site to a general gaming web site. Below is a screen capture of the new design.


Author AvatarClick to View CategoryWEBnME2 Redesign

by Webnme on Feb 11th 2012 in Websites Designed

This site and its sister site have been undergoing a lot of improvement and transformation in the last year or so. The first image shows the site as it was in 2010. The second image shows the site in 2011. The last image shows the site as it is today in February 2012.


Author AvatarClick to View CategoryWorldScouting.Net Site

by Webnme on Dec 7th 2011 in Websites Designed

For years I have been operating a site dedicated to International Scouting at Over time the site fell into disuse and was not being updated. It was time for an overhaul and for fresh content. I moved the site to and migrated from static content to dynamic content using WordPress. The resulting design is far superior and also shares the same theme as related sites.


Author AvatarClick to View CategoryPrototype Scouting Blog Site

by Webnme on Nov 22nd 2011 in Websites Designed

A friend was looking for a new design for his Scouting blog. This is the prototype design that we developed following the same theme as used in related sites.


Author AvatarClick to View CategoryNetCommish Becomes NetCommissioner

by Webnme on Oct 30th 2011 in Websites Designed

The site was in use from 1994 to 2011. However, the original site was pretty much limited to static content, so it was time to find a more robust solution while not interrupting web traffic to resources offered by the site. The solution was to start a sister site with a new name and build a new site and gradually migrate content and traffic to the new domain.

The design mock-up for the updated site previously shown in an earlier post was dropped in favor of a design compatible with WordPress that would take full advantage of social media and allow greater flexibility. In addition the site was broken into three sub-sites with separate blogs and content pages.

The primary site, is depicted below.

A separate sub-site with a similar theme was developed for a guest writer’s advice columns. This site utilizes a separate WordPress database, but has common navigation and design elements. It is at

A third site was developed for online training using a similar theme and a third instance of WordPress. It is located at

To assure the best user experience, content pages on the old NetCommish site were converted to redirect pages as the content becomes available on the new site. This assures that traffic from bookmarks, links on other sites, and links in search results drive traffic to the new site. This was a successful approach. The new site now has twice the traffic as the older site because it has traffic from old links and the pull of social media to bring new traffic.

The original NetCommish web site looked like this in the late 1990’s.


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