Nonprofit Graduate School Needs New Website (Southern California)

Hi Web Developer/Designer! We are a nonprofit graduate school looking to redesign our website. The current version is pretty terrible, built with MotoCMS. Check it out at

We need a new, modern and responsive website, with drag and drop editing features to help our in-house graphic designer make edits and changes. We've already started building the new Concrete5 site, the sitemap is already done and the color scheme is ready, but are having a hard time fully fleshing out the site. Our in-house designers are limited on time, so it might be best to hire a professional Concrete5 developer. Here are some more details about the new site:

• Hosting: godaddy
• CMS: Concrete5
• Theme: Stride57 (
• Menu Plugin: Mega Menu 5.7 (
• Sitemap & Content: Completed. Please refer to for page content.
--!Important: Under no circumstances are any pages and content to be deleted. They are there for accrediting and legal purposes, altering is not allowed.--
• Project Timeline: 3-5 weeks, or more, depending on your estimates.
• Compensation: Negotiable. Please provide a quote/estimate, and scope of work.

We are really looking for someone to help us complete our website, and willing to provide their design input for a fantastic and beautiful site worthy of a university. The ideal candidate would be located in Southern California, willing to meet, or teleconference, regularly and open to working with our in-house graphic designer.

I can provide more details in private, please contact Paul at [email protected] for more details. Thank you!

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MrKDilkington replied on at Permalink Best Answer Reply
Helpful hints for selecting a concrete5 developer
PixelFields replied on at Permalink Reply
Sent you a PM
amiraleyvac replied on at Permalink Reply
opps...maybe your link has broken. cant see anything.
ciamwebsite replied on at Permalink Reply
Hi, it's Thanks!
amiraleyvac replied on at Permalink Reply
same incident. it says, "your page was not found"
maybe again broke.
mhawke replied on at Permalink Reply
I don't mean to offend but if you can't figure out how to land on their website from the URL that's 'broken' then how can you do the work for the client? Also, this posting is almost a year old and their website is now a concrete5 website running version 8.1 so I'm pretty sure the job has already been completed.
mnakalay replied on at Permalink Reply
@mhawke +1
jasteele12 replied on at Permalink Reply
Logic - It's what's for dinner ;)

Of course it would be nice to get the years-old stupid concrete5 "forum" URL munger fixed...

[Hint for newbs, put two spaces before and after any URLs you want to use here.]
troy9007 replied on at Permalink Reply

Mail Sent, Let me know if you are still looking for help.