Posts Tagged ‘wordpress’
While doing some official industry research (better said, “surfing the forums at Pirate4x4.com”), I came across a company making a big splash in the custom screen printing world, Magnum Ink. The shirt designs I saw were both innovative, grungy and clean at the same time, something very hard to pull off with one creative work. [...]
I was contacted by Tom Crain of Ankle-Savers™ about improving the website for his new product. He has an innovative product that maintains a very high level of simplicity. The website needed to reflect those product features. The main goals of this project were: high impact, simple (one page if possible), show product through video. [...]
One of our first clients, The Peachtree Club, in Midtown Atlanta, Georgia, contact us about building a separate site for their new rooftop terrace. The site needed to be very focused and streamlined, strictly for the purpose of revealing the beauty of their new rooftop terrace and more specifically, this terrace for wedding events.
We are asked this by almost every client who implements a WordPress site, “How do I update all of my ‘streams’ at the same time?” Well, the answer to that question is one step closer. This morning, a blogging platform and a microblogging platform have become more symbiotic. WordPress has enabled posting and reading the [...]
We have done quite a few Magento installations now. Each time we dig into Magento, we appreciate the platform even more. Agreed, it’s a huge beast and a pain to get setup, but once it’s up and running it’s great. The flexibility and scalability are the major benefits. You can checkout our latest Magento installation [...]
We have been talking with Extreme Roc Rigs for a while about building them a new website. They make custom parts for off road vehicles, primarily Jeeps. Their products are CAD designed for near perfect fit and finish and the website had to portray that professionalism, but still be edgy enough to say “we are [...]
Projects like these don’t come around often, and we were humbled to be chosen to work on this project for the Grand Ole Pumpkin Patch in Clanton, AL. They have an amazing product and do business much the same way we do, the old fashioned way. We spoke with them on Wednesday and three days later we had the site you see here. Obviously, this isn’t a normal timeline, but they were under a massive time crunch due to it being in the middle of pumpkin season, so it was imperative that their site be completed ASAP. Their market is fairly saturated, so maximizing SEO for this site was the number one priority. WordPress was chosen for the content platform due to its lower development time and SEO abilities.
We just finished up the final touches on the Blue Torch Fab website. It is built on WordPress and uses a custom theme and customized OS Commerce shopping cart. There are still a few visual bugs we’re working out, but for the most part, it’s up! Take a look and let us know what you [...]
We have been working with one of our favorite local restaurants for a few weeks putting together a simple website for them. It has finally launched and is available at http://www.HelenaDepot.com. This site is built on WordPress for easy content updates and content syndication. This site serves as a great example of the power of [...]
Faith Racers contacted us in hopes of getting a quick website built that looked good, wasn’t overly expensive and was easy to update. Enter, Wordpress, the same software on which our OctaneMedia.com site is built.