Here are some older sites that I’ve set up. They are overdue a redesign.
mrjefferson.net (created August 2008, updated August 2013)
This is a website that I set up with the intention of using it with my classes. It received a facelift in 2010 and three years later it was time for another reboot. The site uses WordPress and Gantry.
timothyjefferson.com (updated December 2013)
This is my personal blog that is used to share ideas related to teaching and technical information relating to what I’ve done with my computers or websites. It uses WordPress software and the theme was purchased from RocketTheme. It is due for an update at the end of 2016, where the focus will be on hobbies and photo galleries.
frenchfrogs.net (updated December 2012)
This site was started to be redesigned in August 2012 as a way of getting family more involved with sharing their developments with a renovation of a house in France. I wanted to make sure that the site could be easily updated by my (retired) parents without much help from me. The site uses WordPress and they have found that if they post updates every couple of weeks, it is easy to manage. A few years ago I set up the domain to use Google Apps, so that they could take advantage of the free Google email, but with a personalised domain name. It has been a great success and they have been able to access their email anywhere without fuss. [As of December 2012 Google Apps is no longer free for new accounts]
handmadebyjanet.uk (created December 2009, updated August 2013, updated again December 2014)
I made this site as a Christmas present for my mother. She is very creative and has made a significant number of crafts over the years. I wanted to encourage her to share her creations with others. The site uses WordPress.
docendo.xyz (created Winter 2014, launched June 2015)
I am very interested in the use of Learning Management Systems (LMS), but was always left frustrated with how badly different systems looked or worked. This is an experiment to see how WordPress can be combined with a LMS, and a few other features, to engage learners (primarily students, parents and teachers).