A New Web Site Unlike Any Other

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Yes, our old Web site was like a great friend, dependable and enjoyable.

But the truth was that it didn’t work very well with smartphones, and only passably with tablets. And truth was that some of the technology it employed was old school.

So finally we took a deep breath, realizing the work that lay ahead, and promised ourselves that we would build a new Web site from the ground up (if you can reliably refer to “ground” out in virtual space).

Katherine Misegades, our graphic artist and Web specialist for many years, did the new design. Janet Newell of Island River Digital in Grosse Ile, Michigan brought in all the latest digital ideas and software solutions. And by the end of 2014, we had a new advanced Web site in place, one we’re very pleased to share with you.

We can now display our Willowgreen style of photography with greater flair. We can show you more samples of our videos, including many videos in their entirety. You can sort through all our books and DVDs both by topic and by format with just a mouse click or a stylus poke or a good old finger tap.

Like all the better Web sites today, ours is now “responsive”—it adapts itself automatically to whatever instrument you’re using, whether it’s a computer, a tablet, or a smartphone.

Do take our new Web site for a spin: www.willowgreen.com. We think you’ll enjoy the experience.

5 Responses to “A New Web Site Unlike Any Other”

  1. Darcy Brunner Says:

    Love it!

  2. Julie McCrum Says:

    It’s beautiful. There is something complete in nature’s beauty that reminds you, even in your stress of life that everything within you will be whole again. Keep up the good work. I so remember the loss of my special Dad, and the kind words sent in an e-mail. It still warms my hear after 16 years.

  3. Darlene Stoneking RN Says:

    The times I pass through this web site always brings me peace. I am a hospice nurse who works with various stage of grief with the family I provide care for. I also have had a tragic loss of an adult son in recent months. Your gift of grief support and light to those who are grieving is truly a gift.

  4. Susan Smith Says:

    Thank you for seeing this project through. Caregiving is surely a most special experience, and everyone of us is or will be touched at some point by Caregiving. I believe it’s a gift we all benefit from. You have been a huge encouragement to me in my own journey. You need to know you have lifted endless numbers of people. Thank you for being.

  5. Susan Smith Says:

    Absolutely fabulous!!

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