The Giant Fish

The Giant Fish

The Giant Fish

This website feature an animated slider on the home page and a fully customized shopping cart plugin with a customized grocery box order system. We designed everything for this website including the logo and branding, styling and concept. We also included much of the copy writing as well. The site is fully smart-phone and tablet responsive and is easily edited by the company administrators. We worked with The Giant Fish to give them all the details that they needed. And, we would like to say, they were great to work with. Thank you Gerard and Becky!

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Sesen Elder Care

Sesen Elder Care

Sesen Elder Care

Sesen Elder Care is a site for an in-home Elder Care Organization. This site is equipped with a dynamic front-end series of menus that allow users to populate an "Elder Library" of information. The Elder Library consists of articles, pdf files, links, and archived constant contact newsletters. The whole front-end content management system was set up using, once again, Formidable Pro. We also designed the logo and a brochure for Sesen Elder Care and helped them to set up and customize their facebook page.

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AList Calendar

AList Calendar

AList Calendar

AListCalendar.com was one of the most ambitious projects we have yet to take on.  It was elaborate because it was heavy on the programming aspect. We were not just creating a website, but a fully functioning interactive site where the content is mostly created by the users.  Using two of the most fantastic and useful premium plugins for wordpress, Formidable Pro and S2Member Pro, we created a platform whereby people could login to the site and create their own events to promote through the network.  We also created an elaborate taxonomy to classify these events as well as users preferences based on category and vibes of the events.  The site was also designed by creating a child theme for the twenty eleven theme.  We are using child themes in our designs more regularly to avoid using costly premium themes that often bind the clients into paying for updates indefinitely.

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