I design and build websites for those who want a strong, unique web presence.

I’m a full-stack web developer specializing in custom WordPress themes, with a background in design and an eye for accessibility. Putting user experience at the forefront, I like to make sites that are as simple and effective as possible.

Full Site Builds / WordPress Development

Chris Glass

chrisglass.com

Attentive Energy

attentiveenergy.com

Youth in Action

youthinactionri.org

“Where youth share their stories, practice leadership, and create change in their communities.” Design in collaboration with Mitch McArtor, with branding by Design Agency.

PPS Guide to Providence Architecture

guide.ppsri.org

An exhaustive online database of historic buildings. Designed by J Hogue.

historic houses

NYCEAL

nyceal.org

Start-to-Finish Design & Build

Providence Revolving Fund

revolvingfund.org

A custom design and build for the local lender promoting equitable neighborhood revitalization. Logo design from Laura Mullen.

Taste the Local Difference

localdifference.org

An essential resource for local Michigan foodies and farmers. I designed and built the site, while Paul Houser developed a custom plugin powering the extensive filterable directory.

garlic heads

Hawthorn Grief Care

hawthorngriefcare.com

An elegant website for a new small business. Logo and design support from Mitch McArtor.

Boston Hassle

bostonhassle.com

A hub for underground music, culture, weirdos, etc.

Single Page Apps & Static Sites

Mar

marpvd.com

Built with Vue.

Kay Belardinelli Art

kangabell.com/art

Built with Jekyll.

Community & Open-Source Projects

RI Shows

rishows.com

It's just a page with all the local shows.

Life theme

github.com

Chris Glass designed this open-source WordPress theme and I built it. It has a minimalist style with lots of cute custom features.

PVD Signs

pvdsigns.com

An archive of hand-painted and old-fashioned signs in Providence.

old-fashioned sign

About

Kay Belardinelli is a web developer and artist located in Providence, Rhode Island.

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Kay Belardinelli at work