Today we launched a revised design for Economy Auto. Economy Auto’s site had been built some time ago and was starting to look a little dated, as well as not taking advantage of wider displays now in common usage. It was also not responsive to reconfigure content layout for mobile devices. The new code does both of these things using CSS more extensively than the prior version.
We changed the color scheme, making it more vibrant also to give it more visual appeal. The original site was database driven providing details of the latest and featured vehicles on the site…. we added to this functionality by providing the client the ability to upload and maintain a home page slide show as well as update the shipping information page (which is content that needs to change more frequently than was originally anticipated).
JML Landscaping feels that your outdoor spaces should not only be the extension of your living area but be unique and functional as well as be a reflection of your lifestyle.
This is the second site we’ve built for JML Landscaping. This incarnation represents a shift in messaging intended to show that they are more focussed on helping achieve lifestyle changes by realizing their client’s vision on how the exteriors of their homes can improve their overall enjoyment of their property.
The site was built using WordPress – we created a child theme based on a standard template. This allowed us to incorporate distinct design elements and customize how the site renders in various display sizes (from phones, to tablets, to laptops, to large screen desktops).
One thing a little different about this site is the use of a full screen background slide show. Each page features a small number of background images that cycle through in a repeating sequence showing a sample of projects carried out by JML Landscaping. This is particularly effective on the home page where only the menu, the backgrounds, and some simple messaging are present (the screen shot above shows this page).
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Today we launched a new web site for Somerset Hills Property Management, a NJ based property management company.
To quote from the site “Hiring a property manager allows you to get and keep your rental in optimal condition at all times. You increase the likelihood of higher rent, a more stable tenant and a better return on your investment. We’re the first point of contact for your tenant, so you can relax knowing that we’re taking care of issues and keeping your tenant happy.”
Take a look http://somersethillspropertymanagement.com/
Last week we launched a new site for a local venture whose goal is to bring a consolidated list of things to do and places to visit into one web site. The primary focus is on places and activities within New York City and neighboring Hoboken, NJ.
Amanda (the driving force behind this site) seems to have an uncanny knack of finding surprising and fun things to do, plus some great deals.
So if you are in the NYC or Hoboken areas and would like to find a great restaurant, or a concert to attend, or just a great place to hang out with friends over a drink, then visit http://dontsithome.com/ today on your computer or smartphone.
UPDATE: I’m sad to say this site has gone dark. The client didn’t want to maintain it and they are just using social media now.
We recently designed, developed and launched a web site for one of our clients specializing in Information Technology Thought Leadership. The site itself is aimed at presenting engaging videos tackling various aspects of IT and of its future direction.
One of the main parties interested in this venture who is presenting a series in partnership with The IT Transformation Institute is The Intel IT Center.
New web site launched for Radiation Data of Skillman, NJ. The page is entirely built within a customized WordPress template and is responsive in design so that maintains usability in mobile devices without requiring additional dedicated pages of content – the pages reconfigure for the different device displays.
The following is from their home page to explain a little about the company:
Radiation Data has been in business since 1983 and has installed thousands of radon systems throughout the region.
As one of New Jersey’s largest and oldest radon abatement and measurement companies, the staff at Radiation Data leads the industry in removing radon from homes, schools, and commercial and government buildings.
Radiation Data is a trusted partner to many of the largest real estate firms, environmental consultants, and builders in the country while our lab has provided assay services nationwide.
All of their technicians go through a rigorous training program to prepare them to keep your building safe from the dangers of radon.
Trust the professionals at Radiation Data for all of your radon mitigation and measurement needs.
Services provided by Spera include:
Residential, Commercial, Generators, Solar, Service Upgrades, Emergency Services, Maintenance Contracts, Phone/TV/Data, Aluminum Wire Repair, Free Estimates, and more…
We launched a newly designed site for JML Landscaping today. http://www.jmllandscaping.com
The site provides various illustrations of work they’ve performed organized around the topics of:
and Property Management
Beyond the new site I also can recommend their services as I’ve used them for landscaping and for repairs and restoration of two paver path at my own home. The two paths had been done by two other companies and both had settled dreadfully. JML came out and fixed them up and they look better than either did the first day they were done.
The landscaping they did was around a small fish pond in our backyard that had gotten completely out of control – overgrown and wild! They cleaned out all the old poorly conceived landscaping we’d done, added a few low maintenance plants, and put small rocks down to provide a clean planting area. They also extended the planting area matching it up with the mulched area around a tree we’d planted. Could not have been happier.
Not ours but something they did elsewhere. I wish it was ours!
Really excited to be working with the folks at #dontsithome on their new site. First phase was moving their blogspot site over to their own domain on a new server, plus some enhancements to the look. This is just the start, there’s a lot more in the future!
Amanda sums up the purpose and goal of #dontsithome as being to deliver “The inside scoop on fun/interesting things to do/places to go in NYC, Hoboken NJ & anywhere the wind blows me!”