WordPress? Hubspot? CMS, CRM, or something in between? There’s a lot to consider when developing and maintaining a web presence, and I invest the time needed to not only make clients happy; I also give them the tools to update their website for years to come.


WeatherFlow-Tempest wanted to refresh their business pages with a more streamlined look that reflected their new brand colors. I created a drag-and-drop template and branded modules in HubSpot with a full suite of options to changes backgrounds, text styles and colors, link colors, and more. I wanted anyone to be able to make page edits without the need of the design team if necessary, and this approach allowed anyone with the right HubSpot access to make necessary changes and additions.

AccuWeather For Business

AFB was using WordPress, and later Marketo, for their website needs. After some back-and-forth, a hybrid approach was decided. The Creative team would build a corporate website, and AFB would use HubSpot for their product landing pages. I built the template from scratch based off the look and feel of the corporate site using HubSpot’s WYSIWYG editor, now depreciated in favor of HubL markup language and drag-and-drop templates (see WeatherFlow-Tempest).

AFB Blog

AccuWeather For Business wanted to be a thought leader in the weather space, and the Convergence Blog was born. I modeled the blog after the corporate site and built in calls-to-action including buttons and a customizable form at the bottom of each post. It generated hundreds of leads in my time there, especially during large-scale weather events such as hurricanes, heat waves, and tornado outbreaks.


The B2C app from Weather Decision Technologies, used by meteorologists and storm chasers alike, needed a fresh look. This website redesign included app walkthroughs for each platform, a support chatbot, a blog, a customized Shopify store, and more. It was a blast to create!


WeatherOps, at the time by Weather Decision Technologies and now powered by DTN, was moving to a new CMS and I got to do the heavy lifting. From an inbound marketing chat system complete with a sales-qualifying bot to industry-sortable cards, this site had it all from day one, thanks to Hubspot.

Weather Radio

Weather Radio, by Weather Decision Technologies (now powered by DTN) needed a quick refresh to go with its redesign. More of a launchpad website, this simple design is meant to give visitors a brief overview of the B2C app that’s critical for severe weather alerting.

Smokin’ Roxi’s Bling & Beads

Meet Smokin’ Roxi’s Bling N’ Beads, custom jewelry designs by Colorado local Marcie Lemberg! She has been creating custom jewelry with semi-precious and precious stones for years and wanted to go digital with her portfolio. This site was an absolute blast to design because the real stars of the show are her finished pieces. Each portfolio page is a stunning decoration that I merely had to work around with a simple design that incorporated colors and elements of her logo. Go to the site →


Chris is storm chasing for the local NBC affiliate in Oklahoma City, but that doesn’t mean he and I have stopped chasing together! On the contrary, we’re back with a brand new website full of updates. Check out our site, and get in touch with us at McBeeWX.com! Go to the site →

Rachel is a fantastic communicator whether it be in person, on the phone, over Slack, text or email. She finishes my sentences! Her eye for design and UX is off the charts. Not only can Rachel make a site look beautiful…Rachel makes it work!

Lolly T.

On the creative side, she learns and understands what is needed and then delivers a design that is fresh and well conceived. She stays updated with the latest technologies and utilizes them to increase her productive capabilities.

Bre Anna C.

She took on the task of rebuilding WDT’s website and blew all our expectations out of the park. It is designed beautifully and works amazingly!

Jordan V.