DevraWeb Client Sites
DevraWeb clients are a diverse group. Here are some links with brief descriptions. Click on a name or image to visit a site.
The International Psychoanalysis web site, originally designed to be a group blog, grew to include several additional pages when the owner wanted his site to be a one-stop psychoanalytic web browsing site. The static pages are listed in a horizontal menu near the top of the page. Additionally, this site is programmed to support advertising not only in the sidebars but also in a scroller across the top that remains in place even when browsing the page.
The Virtual Psychoanalytic Museum is one-of-a-kind, designed to present psychoanalytically-related content using not just images, but audio and video as well, in a museum-like context.
Organizations, large and small, benefit from having a presence on the web.
|Sigourney Award||Canadian Psychoanalytic Society||Int’l Council of Editors of Psychoanalytic Journals|
Many individuals, programs and small businesses wish to have a simple online presence for professional purposes. These sites contain basic information, such as credentials and services provided, so the content does not change very often.
|Dr. Ahron Friedberg||Jane Hall||Dr. Arnold D. Richards|
|Dr. Harriet Wolfe||Park Avenue Center||Dr. Nurit Cohen|
I have also produced some web sites representing people in the jazz world. Jim Hall, a world renowned jazz guitarist, was my father and his site is intended to keep his legacy alive. Lushlife was a site I built for John Levy, my husband, who was a personal manager for many legendary jazz artists. That site was originally quite complex as it included sub-sites for his clients with dynamically generated data to keep their itineraries current. When John died, I simplified the site with a focus on keeping his legacy alive as well. Pate’s Place is a blog-like site where every post features a “radio show” spotlighting a different jazz artist.