An information packed event site to celebrate a wedding. Fully responsive and mobile ready.
This website featured an interactive Google Maps functionality that allowed guests to get directions to the venue. In addition, guests could fill out a simple form to RSVP to the wedding, with the filled out form going directly to the bride and groom’s email.
A site like this is a great example of a One Page or Micro-Site. The entire site was comprised of just 4 pages, including the front page.
Since the site was created to just convey information for a dated event, it was essentially temporary. While the couple opted to not include a blog of any sort, blogging and social media integration could extend the lifespan greatly. By doing this, the owner could maintain a small yet long-lasting site.
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A content heavy business and store page.
This site’s visually appealing color palette of blues, greys, and orange combines to convey a bright and healthy feel, while also incorporating a water-inspired design.
This fully responsive and mobile-friendly business site is highly complex. It combines a blog, event calendar, and online store. We utilized stylized tables to create a beautiful and professional contact page to direct visitors to the correct contact.
While the standard business features are incorporated here, we also included some unique technologies that greatly expanded the scope of the site. We converted their practitioner locator pages, which used outdated and ugly tables that could include hundreds of entries on a single page, into a fully interactive mapping system using Google Maps. This system is significantly more mobile-friendly, is much easier to use, and it prevents content thieves from stealing their proprietary data.
We also integrated a members only function to the site that allows customers to upgrade their regular accounts to unlock additional features throughout the site. By paying a small, one time fee, customers unlock some content or features found on the blogs and mapping system.
This site receives consistently high traffic, which combined with its resource-intensive features requires the use of our high performance VisiStruct WordPress Hosting Servers. In addition, through our careful management and use of industry-best-practices, MassageCupping.com maintains a #1 rank on Google searches for a large number of search keywords, beating out Amazon, Ebay, and many other competitors.
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A bold and visually complex professional resume site.
Created for visual artist, university professor, and creative non-fiction writer Nicole Oquendo. The goal of this site was to convey the convergence of the literary, artistic, and academic worlds.
A fully responsive and mobile ready design featuring a static sidebar to the left, this leaves the front page and deeper content wide open. We went with a rather unique gradient palette throughout the site. Pages feature a different color in the palette, which gives each page a slightly different feel.
This site includes a number of professional resume oriented features, such as slideshare integration, a highly functional tabbed CV / Resume, and a live contact form.
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A niche-topic magazine-style site with a dark theme.
The design of this site focused on bold lines and dark, technically-inspired graphics. This site uses a limit color palette of dark reds and greys, which allows the color heavy images of its source material to stand out.
Gamecrastinate was our largest project to date, as the site was already live and receiving daily traffic when we redesigned the layout. This site provided news, editorials, and reviews about the world of computer video gaming.
One of the key aspects of this site was a custom built reviews platform that incorporated Scheme.org meta tags, which allowed the site’s reviews to display the proper data in Google searches. This functionality also allowed the site to maintain an active listing on the front page for the titles which scored highly in reviews.
Gamecrastinate was also the first site to be converted to one of our VisiStruct WordPress Hosting Servers. Within the first few months of working on this site, Gamecrastinate broke a major story related to a major video game that had just been released, which resulted in the site going viral for about a month. During this time, Gamecrastinate’s story was featured in Forbes, Yahoo News, Google News, N4G, a few small television programs, thousands of smaller gaming and technology-based websites, and was plagiarized by the Motley Fool and countless other sites.
For 3 days, Gamecrastinate was successfully serving about 300,000 visitors a day. Over the span of 2 weeks, Gamecrastinate ranked as the 9th most popular website in the entire country of Russia. All of this traffic was handled using the first version of our VisiStruct WordPress Hosting Servers.
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A purpose-driven online store.
The site’s clean and simple design focused on displaying and selling products online. Using a minimal color palette for the design, we allowed the bright colors of the products to add the main color to the site.
Created by professional skateboarder Brian Downey, Falcon Bowse is a small skateboarding culture-inspired clothier that produces handmade goods based out of New York City. Over the years they’ve run a successful pop-up shop in New York City, run a successful KickStarter campaign, and have been featured in numerous art shows around the city.
The site itself has been featured on Buzzfeed and various popular skateboarding magazines.
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A clean and minimalist design centered around a blog format.
This goal of this site was to showcase the writing, submissions, and publications of Nicole Oquendo (NicoleOquendo.com), a creative non-fiction writer and editor teaching at Full Sail University.
Since the format was entirely based off frequent blog posts, the site’s design emphasized this greatly. As this site’s focus was on the literary world, we wanted the written word to really be the star of the site. To accomplish this we went with a very minimalist design, absent of borders and almost exclusively using black and white for a color palette.
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