A Therapist's Blog
Berntson Law
The Asian American Literary Review
Hoagy Steak - Home Page
National Association Of Social Workers - California Chapter

Therapy Blog

Overview: Oakland therapist Gregg Bernstein already had a web site, but he wanted to start a blog–a therapist’s blog. It would be a space where he could comment on issues pertaining to therapy, but also other topics. Hence he decided that it would best to launch the site as a standalone supplement to his existing […]

Berntson Law

Overview: Led by Karen Berntson, Berntson Law is a San Francisco Bay Area firm that specializes in employment and labor matters. The BerntsonLaw.com web site already had a clean and attractive look. But it was built in static HTML code and with image-based elements that made it tedious to update and not as SEO-friendly as […]

AALR

Overview: The Asian American Literary Review (AALR) showcases the work of established and emerging Asian American writers, aiming to incubate dialogues among its international audience. AALR’s web site was being needlessly throttled by its web host, and their previous webmaster had moved on to other projects. Whebster was able to step in and facilitate the […]

Hoagy Steak

Overview: Hoagy Steak serves up San Leandro’s best sandwich. And they’ve been doing it since 1995. Such a shame, then, that they had absolutely no online presence until 2011. Whebster was charged with building them a simple, appealing web site to help their existing customers and bring in new ones. We decided to create an […]

NASW California

Overview: NASW-CA had been wanting to implement several new features on their web site for years. But with a legacy ColdFusion site that had been band-aided by many programmers over the years, this would-be simple task became more daunting. Whebster was able to navigate the pre-existing infrastructure and implement the new features quickly and affordably—leaving […]

Recent Work

A Therapist's Blog
Berntson Law
The Asian American Literary Review

From the Blog

Aug
19
Posted by whebster.com on August 19th, 2013 at 11:44 pm

Led by Karen Berntson, Berntson Law is a San Francisco Bay Area firm that specializes in employment and labor matters. The BerntsonLaw.com web site already had a clean and attractive look. But it was built in static HTML code and with image-based elements that made it tedious to update and not as SEO-friendly as it could have […]

Mar
13
Posted by whebster.com on March 13th, 2013 at 12:18 am

It’s so often the case that companies feel intimidated by their own web sites, unable to make the changes they know need to be made. Sometimes they feel trapped by their old webmaster, web host, technology, etc. Whatever the story, it always feels great when we get to step in and help an organization to get […]

Aug
27
Posted by whebster.com on August 27th, 2012 at 10:33 pm

We’ve been hard at work in recent months on some more large programming projects for NASW (National Association of Social Workers, CA Chapter). Since our work mostly has to do with adding new features, particularly to their database and back-end, it’s not the type of thing that we can share with you visually; but we’re […]

May
21
Posted by whebster.com on May 21st, 2012 at 1:21 am

Since we established an online presence for Hoagy Steak in 2011, a lot has changed. Consequently, we were proud to re-design and re-launch their web site recently to incorporate their new logo and other changes. Check out the project details! Check out the new site!

Apr
28
Posted by whebster.com on April 28th, 2012 at 4:27 pm

We’re happy to report that we’ve just recently wrapped up work on the first phase of a multi-phased programming project for NASW-CA, the National Association of Social Workers, California Chapter. It was a month-long job that involved completely restructuring and normalizing their database, migrating all their data to the new tables, and updating hundreds of […]

Oct
22
Posted by whebster.com on October 22nd, 2011 at 3:28 am

Welcome to Whebster’s online portfolio. Take a look around and drop us a line if you have a project you’d like to discuss with us.