Hello, I'm Kevin Leary, a web designer and developer in Boston, MA. I'm also a writer at Smashing Magazine, a speaker at the Boston WordPress Meetup, and a WordPress contributor. I've enjoyed building websites and interfaces for Boston Magazine, Boston Herald, EnerNOC, Citizen Schools, OpenView Venture Partners and more.
Terascala needed a better web design that complimented their new brand. The website needed to be simple to update and maintain in-house, with the ability to have additional functionality easily added in the future. A custom WordPress CMS theme built with from the ground up, beginning with the _s starter theme from Automattic.
Smashing Magazine needed a skilled WordPress developer to write articles and tutorials for the debut of their WordPress section. Two of articles I authored have since been published in printed publications and E-books on WordPress.
OpenView needed an easy to use content management system to keep up with their content marketing initiatives across three websites. WordPress Multisite was the perfect solution, allowing administrators, writers and editors to maintain each website easily with a single installation of WordPress.
Citizen Schools needed a flexible content management system with learning management capabilities that was easy to expand in the future. WordPress Multisite allows them to manage independent sites for over a dozen different locations nationwide.
Benchfly was looking to partner with a seasoned interface designer who also had a thorough understanding of PHP/MySQL MVC frameworks.
CLF was in need of a powerful, cutting-edge content management system that would allow them to easily publish and update case studies, initiatives and blog articles in-house.
Madico was looking for a long term partnership with a skilled freelance WordPress developer to help bring their trusted brand online in an elegant and easy to understand way.
The team at DGA desperately needed a new, professional website design that was easy to update and maintain in-house. A customized WordPress content management system allow's them to quickly and easily manage everything on their site, including high-definition videos with HTML5 playback for compatibility with mobile devices.
The Boston Herald needed a skilled freelance WordPress developer to plan and build a custom content curation platform that would allow users to submit content and media as public, searchable resources. Resources submitted by visitors are curated by editors for quality, and appear on the website as soon as they are reviewed and approved.
Boston World Partnerships needed a creative freelance WordPress developer to bring their high-end redesign mockups to life with a customized WordPress content management system.
Cogenra needed a way to easily manage it's website in-house and improve it's online lead generation system by integrating with SalesForce Web-to-lead. They also wanted to build a long-term relationship with a skilled freelance WordPress developer. Someone they could turn to for advice, improvements and initiatives as they grew.
DataPoint Media needed a skilled freelance WordPress designer to create an online brand with a new website that clearly explained their online advertising offerings with infographics.
Originally Aprigo, CloudLock was in need of a freelance WordPress designer to redesign their website and increase sign-up conversions. They also needed a powerful WordPress content management system that integrated with Marketo.
Next Step Living needed to create a memorable brand from scratch along with a website that easily guide customers through various conversion funnels. They wanted a professional freelance WordPress designer that could bring his ideas to life as a developer.
Peak Productions needed a professional freelance WordPress developer to clean-up a poorly designed and developed WordPress theme in a short amount of time.
Captains of Industry was looking to partner with a professional freelance WordPress developer to bring their beautiful designs to life on the web.
Alteris needed a freelance WordPress developer to build a custom WordPress content management system that was easy for their in-house marketing department to use.