Web Development

Wormley Design (WD) has a unique approach to design and web development. The idea for a design always comes from a client and WD is the conduit that translates the idea from concept to reality.  We coach the client's idea into the best that it can be. Good design is a collaborative process, and we enjoy the process and the results.

If you have an idea that you want to bring from just an idea into the real world, we'd like to hear from you.

Web Development Projects

Wormley Design primarily develops websites using WordPress. Here are some of our latest projects.

Nut Roll

Pecan City Pedalers Nut Roll

The PCP Nut Roll is a registration site for a local annual cycling event.

Flint River Trails

Local trail advocacy website for SW Georgia

East Of Texas BBQ

East of Texas BBQ

Blogging site for a BBQ enthusiast in East Texas.

Albany Audubon Society

Albany Audubon Society

The Albany Audubon Society was a new website project. The project featured a Newsletter integrated with the News postings on the website.

South Georgia Rail Trail

South Georgia Rail Trail

Website for a non-profit organization promoting recreational trails in southwest Georgia

Screws In My Coffee

Thsi my personal blog. It is an example of what a wordPress blogging site can look like when you have complete control of the design.

I Just Eat Real food

I just Eat Real Food

Healthy lifestyle website promoting information on food and supplements.

South’s Finest Architectural Reproductions

The South’s Finest Architectural Reproductions project was a complete redesign and CMS upgrade from Joomla 1.5 to the current version of WordPress.

Kosherque

Kosherque is a BBQ food blogging site.

Launi Graphics

Launi’s Artwork

Launi Graphics is the site that promotes the graphic and fine arts created by Lonnie Wormley

Pecan City Pedalers

Who We Are The Pecan City Pedalers (PCP) is a nonprofit cycling club that started in 1981. PCP promotes the sport of cycling in the Albany Area and provides an opportunity for all cyclists to share in its enthusiasm for good health, camaraderie and a desire to learn more about safe cycling.