The client came to us last Fall in hopes of redesigning his current web site asongo.com. He was looking for something more modern and simple to use in terms of backend management. We delivered a completely revamped design and custom built the site using WordPress CMS.
The main goal during the design phase was to create a fluid, usable layout to organize the content and make navigation very intuitive for the end user. Custom functionality includes a Theme Options panel, custom sidebars, product reviews and Amazon store integration.
For unforeseen reasons the client is yet to launch the new web site. So we did the next best thing and uploaded some jpegs of the work.
Cloudgent is a new software application offered by the company Sunview. Cloudgent is modeled after a social setting such as Facebook where you interact with other people. The difference being that this is meant for internal usage within companies. It is not set-up for public use. You need a way to let your IT guy know that the system is down? Cloudgent takes care of that.
Roger Wilco Liquor is a New Jersey chain of liquor stores. The old web site was outdated and disorganized – ready for a new modern look. We created a bright, dynamic web site powered by WordPress CMS.
In the past, each store’s web site was different from the other. The new theme is now used for each store which helps to deliver a consistant message and makes it easy for customers to find information no matter which store’s web site they visit. The theme allows to customize the home page (blog or map view) and the content for each store.
Delivery time for this project from start to finish was about 2 months.
There is no client involved with this particular design. I was just having some fun with Photoshop and decided to put together a fun and food inspired website. Looking at this design makes me a bit hungry!
Here are a few initial mock-ups done for Satir Global. We have the home page and their blog page. There were a total of 10 mock pages delivered in this project and most needed little revisions when sent to the client. That is always a good thing!