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The Greens at Kissing Camels

  • The Greens at Kissing Camels Home Page
  • The Greens at Kissing Camels Property Overview
  • The Greens at Kissing Camels Photo Gallery Page
  • The Greens at Kissing Camels Contact Page
Website Maintenance, WordPress
Client Training, Responsive Websites, WordPress, WordPress Training

The Greens at Kissing Camels HOA, located in Colorado Springs, Colorado commissioned Brandesigns Web Solutions to create a new website for their premiere, gated Golf Club Community.  They were in need of a website to highlight their ideally located residences, townhomes and vacant lots for future expansion.

We developed the website using the WordPress Content Management System which incorporates a home page slide show featuring their homes and townhomes, a photo gallery of the area, a homeowner login, a news blog and an abundance of information about the area in which they live.

From purchasing a new domain name to obtaining website hosting to coordinating with a professional photographer & SEO services, this was a delightful project to be involved with.

Brandesigns Web Solutions 5-Star Review

Testimonial: Way to go, Tracey!  Thank you.  After one of our first calls, reviewing the “rough cut” design (which was actually rather smooth) I was thinking about how you would rank near the top of all the talented programmers I have worked with at my own software company through the years.  (And there were a lot of them!)

It is a rare gift to have both the top notch technical skills that you possess as well as the inter-personal and communications skills that make you such a pleasure to work with.

You literally brought our vision to life (from a very sketchy beginning, I might add) with great efficiency, meeting all deadlines (another rare quality) with nearly flawless execution.  All of this was accomplished against a very short project time-frame with a very tight budget.  The budget was perhaps the only area where you did NOT exceed our expectations, which was a good thing.  Training and follow-up support was just as painless.  Bravo!  Job well done.