Website Design Portfolio

A Few Samples of Our Work

These are just a few of the websites developed by Jim Pietrangelo. WebCamp One’s role, whether as designer, developer, or both, is plainly noted. Your website will be as unique as these sites. These websites accurately represent the companies and brands behind them. Like them, your website will shine just as bright.

For examples of Ann’s writing, please check out the Ann’s portfolio page on AnnPietrangelo.com, her author website which we, of course, designed and developed.


  • wealthplanners.com

    WealthPlanners, LLC

    www.wealthplanners.com

    More Video! WealthPlanners is a wealth planning firm located in Des Plaines, IL. They wanted a website that would help to introduce them on a more personal level to potential clients. Working with Chicago’s Steve Doroba and Impossible Digital, WebCamp One was asked to do the coding that would bring the website in line with their vision. This is an HTML5 website with a focus on video.


  • luckycoinmc.com

    S.D.Y. TaeKwon-Do

    www.sdytaekwondo.com

    S.D.Y. TaeKwon-Do is a well-known martial arts training school located in Hoffman Estates, IL. They were looking to up their game, website-wise anyway, and asked us to create a site for them that exhibits the professionalism and attention to detail for which they are known. We believe the end result speaks for itself. This HTML5 site utilizes a CMS so that staff can maintain the content with little to no help from us.


  • nestseattle.org

    North East Seattle Together

    nestseattle.org

    We acted as a subcontractor to Tucson, Arizona’s Co-Op Web, Inc. for this project. NEST wanted a new site, but they kinda, sorta wanted it to be like their own site. So they came up with their own design and provided us with a few rough drawing of what they wanted. They also wanted the website to be built on WordPress, just like their own site. So I took their drawing and created a new WordPress theme from scratch for them. This also required customized code in order to make things work the way they wanted. But in the end NEST is happy, Co-Op Web is happy, and yes, we’re happy too!


  • cacgaming.com

    Chalmette Amusement Company

    www.cacgaming.com

    Here's a website we designed and created for Chalmette Amusement Company, a coin-operated amusement and gaming device operations company on the outskirts of New Orleans, LA. The folks who run this company are down right heroic, having survived Hurricane Katrina back in ’05 that basically destroyed their business. Not willing to give up, they helped rebuild not only their own business, but the businesses of many of the locations where they place their equipment.


  • luckycoinmc.com

    Lucky Coin Machine Co.

    www.luckycoinmc.com

    Lucky Coin ranks among the largest and most experienced amusement and gaming machine operating companies on the gulf coast. Having seen our work for other various coin-op industry companies, they approached us about building a website for them. The end result is a website that effectively showcases the company’s services and encourages businesses to work with Lucky Coin for all their amusement and video gaming needs. The HTML5 site utilizes a CMS so that the company can maintain it on their own.


  • virginiatopnotchcontracting.com

    Top Notch General Contracting, LLC

    www.virginiatopnotchcontracting.com

    Located in Hampton and serving the peninsula, Top Notch General Contracting knew they needed a web presence. We created their website as a way to give potential clients a peek into the company, its ownership, and to get a feel for the quality work they do and the pride of workmanship they exhibit. Emphasis is put on providing ways for customers to contact the company.


  • judasyorick.com

    On Premise Law

    www.onpremiselaw.com

    Chicago based ad agency, On Premise Marketing, set up a division strictly to market attorneys on the web with yours truly as the web development piece of that plan. This website was created so give potential clients a peek into the company and how it pays to think out of the box.


  • judasyorick.com

    Judas Yorick, Professional Wrestler

    www.judasyorick.com

    The challenge was to create a website that evokes the horror and evil nature of the wrestler known as Judas Yorick. The site was designed using HTML5 and CSS, along with a CMS so that the client can keep it updated with new videos, photos, notes, etc. Shake, bake, add in loads of imagination, and voila, Judas Yorick now has a platform with which to reach and cultivate fans.


  • lamoa.com

    LAMOA

    www.lamoa.com

    The Louisiana Amusement & Music Operators Association (LAMOA) is a trade organization that represents video poker and amusement game operators in the state of Louisiana. We were asked to create a website for them that would serve as a communications medium for members and non-members alike. We can only hope that we hit the mark.


  • bilyklaw.com

    Tom Bilyk, Esq.

    www.bilyklaw.com

    Video. Video. Video. Tom Bilyk, Esq., a former prosecutor in the Illinois State’s Attorney’s office for 30+ years, has opened his own private practice and needed a top-notch website. Working with Chicago’s Steve Doroba and On Premise Videos, WebCamp One was approached to take Steve and Tom’s vision for the website and do the coding that would bring it to life. This is an HTML5 website with a huge focus on video. Special care was taken to include video sitemaps for SEO purposes.


  • westgateatwilliamsburg.com

    Westgate at Williamsburg, a Condo Association

    www.westgateatwilliamsburg.com

    We were hired to create a website for Westgate’s HOA. The site was to serve dual purposes -- as a public site for folks interested in Westgate living, and as a members only site for owners and residents. The website has a full easy-to-use CMS and is positioned to provide a simple, effective way for the HOA board of directors and its manager to communicate with owners, residents, and others.


  • stevedoroba.com

    Steve Doroba

    www.stevedoroba.com

    Steve Doroba knows advertising. He’s creative, thinks outside the box, and wants potential clients to know it. So Steve came to me with an idea -- his dream for his own website. The result speaks for itself.

    Working from Steve’s original mock-ups, we created the final website design, did all the coding, used Flash to create subtle, yet stunning effects, and styled it all with CSS.


  • creativoacademy.com

    Creativo Academy

    www.creativoacademy.com

    A unique learning environment for children ages 2 1/2 and up. Working from their design, we managed to come up with a fairly creative look designed to highlight the programs, faculty, and students of a fairly creative educational facility.

    This site uses a CMS, is coded in HTML5 using CSS3 for presentation.


  • annpietrangelo.com

    Ann Pietrangelo

    www.annpietrangelo.com

    Ann requested that a website be created that would showcase her writing to date and serve as an online home for future writing projects. Together we reached back to photos taken over the years and used them to create a website that Ann both feels comfortable with and that has the correct ‘feel’ that she wants to impart on the reader.


  • mnprealty.com

    MNP Realty

    www.mnprealty.com

    Client needed a website to showcase particular commercial properties that are for sale/lease as restaurants and bars in the St. Bernard Parish area of Louisiana. This website allows for login by agent to see details pertaining to properties not viewable on the “public” side. Coded as HTML5 using PHP, CSS, and jQuery.


  • justinreno.com

    Justin Reno, Professional Wrestler

    www.justinreno.com

    Boy, talk about fun! This website was designed and created for Chicago area professional wrestler, Justin Reno. We designed it from soup to nuts. It utilizes a content management system for easy updates and was written in HTML5 and CSS using PHP & MySQL for the back-end coding and jQuery for some of the fancier stuff.