Tradebank is a national barter organization, who asked us to develop their new Travel Network website. The site started with a template, heavily modified, with a number of other modules and custom coding behind the scenes. The site displays information from various categories of travel related details, like whether a location has WIFI or allows pets. There is a special search function that also allows a person to narrow down their search parameters, like looking for places in Nashville TN or Ottawa CA. Not only did we develop the travel site, but we are also a member of Tradebank and would welcome any questions you have if you’re interested in barter.
Samaritan Arts had us switch them from a manual cart process to a full shopping cart. The client had already come up with formulas for managing product pricing based off adjustable metal pricing (when gold or silver fluctuates). We took that concept and added custom coding into the shopping cart, allowing the gold or silver spot price to be changed at any time. This has saved the customer a huge amount of time and money over the previous method of manually updating prices.
Bambino’s Italian had new menus created for their restaurant and wanted a new site to match the menus. We started with Drupal, using custom fonts, a translucent background, and themed menu templates to make the graphics more suited to the subject. The owners love their new site and appreciate the ability to quickly update menu prices.
WowzaBrain is a subscription based service which helps improve the reading ability of children. This also greatly improves their confidence, and ability to interact with the world they are growing up in. The client is often updating content on their website, whether it be videos, pdf’s, or other resources available to their subscribers. WowzaBrain needed an extensive back end that was manageable by themselves, which would reflect on the live site. Digipark started with a shopping cart base to manage subscription purchases, then coded areas where WowzaBrain could manage their content, and how it was delivered to their customers.