This site features full-frame DSL and drone photography, which show off the surprising beauty of a local worker housing business. The site’s photo gallery highlights well-lit, carefully edited wide-angle views that show the interior of the facility’s large clubhouse, as well as its very small housing units. The site was built on Joomla, and features a contact form protected against spam by Google Captcha v2, along with a Google Maps integration complete with custom info bubble and printable driving directions. When using a mobile device, all phone numbers can be clicked to initiate a call.
Perla became my client in 2016, thanks to a referral from a client at the Eleventh Judicial District Court in Lovelock. I built her site using WordPress and the WooCommerce storefront software. She has done a great job with the site, adding new items frequently, running coupon sales, and promoting it through several ad campaigns. Her product photography has also come a long way since she started a year ago.
I originally built this site using the Bistro Joomla theme. I shot the photos and wrote the copy. After six years, we migrated the content to WordPress and relaunched. The intro slideshow was created from the owner’s original chalkboard art, as used on the actual menu.