For this new site we used WooCommerce to create a catalog site. Because of the products, instead of using built in Woo functionality, we used tables to insert the sizes of the products. Done with Holly Cornwell for design and Tracy Carey for project management, this one came together quickly. Those girls really get it…Take me to the post!
Worked with Lisa Griffis and Yana Sharp on this one, and it was very complex. Also learned to use WP Geodirectory, a really nice plugin for these paid directory listings. It’s pretty much completely custom – both in theme and scope of configuration of the directory. Inspiring, too, because it was so complex in setup, but beautiful…Take me to the post!
The site I built for VMCAD is finally up and in the wild! I thought the design was pretty spectacular. I used Beaver Builder for the back end with PODS. Not sure I would go that route again, love PODS, but Beaver isn’t as flexible as I would like. Still, it’s a great product for…Take me to the post!
This site was finished months ago, but due to an illness had to take a back seat. It’s done now and it looks great! Kudos Tegam to getting it off the ground! This was a modified Cherry theme and WooCommerce site. I built my first plugin that used ajax and geolocation to determine the users locale…Take me to the post!
Super quick turnaround for a job seeker! My fingers are crossed she gets the job! We used an existing theme for speed, but made it a custom fit. Coming from UX, she had specific needs. She had to have a clean and usable design that got her information across with maximum effect.Take me to the post!
A Chris Morris design, we used PODS to create custom post types and utilize a really great cross relationship fields to reference profiles, publications and significant cases. Now all attorneys have a dynamic association to their cases and publications. Great photos from Micheal Carter and the lovely landscapes were creative commons with acknowledgement. Here and Here Besides having a…Take me to the post!
This was a really exciting project. Not only did I get to play with FORMS AND MORE FORMS in Gravity Forms, but I also installed Event Espresso, which has a million moving parts. We got it up and running and they registered many for one event and used the forms to accept payment/donations for auction…Take me to the post!
Up and live but still in flux. The booking calendar is giving us fits, but I am sure we will work it out. They need the bookings to be all day but want to be able to specify a time on the calendar for support staff. Therein lies the quandary. Next on their agenda is…Take me to the post!