This website has a great, fun design that captures the energetic fun nature of JUMP, a four day summer camp that 3000+ kids from 5-13 attend each year. One of my favorite features of this website is the online registration system – we made it very easy for parents to enter all the vital information about their children. Rather than having to type in duplicate information for each child, a click of a button copies the information entered from the first child. Or better yet, each child registered this year will not have to be re-entered next year. The information is automatically imported from year to year, so it really couldn’t be any easier.
The St. Louis Family Church website has a lot of great features – not the least of which is the flexible content management system. Using WordPress allows SLFC to maintain almost all of the content of the site themselves – meaning the don’t have to pay someone every time they want to make a change. Also – we developed a few custom plugins for the site that automatically pull content from third-party systems, such as Flickr and Vimeo, so all SLFC has to do is upload a video or photo to either of those free services and they are automatically published on the site.
After completing a site redesign for RealEstateExpress, the owners asked us to come up with a new design for another site they owned, LicenseTutor.com. The goal was to increase conversions (sales) by establishing trust with the visitor, presenting information in a clean and organized way with a clear path to purchase, and making the checkout process simple and secure.
The results were immediate – after going live with the new site design, bailouts decreased by 27%.
When the owners of Posters.com came to me I was shocked to hear that they didn’t even have a website. But they did have a plan… a brilliant plan to increase the value of their domain buy promoting the brand, cultivating a large customer-base, establishing a steady revenue stream. That is where we came in.
For those of you who like to read the end of the book first, I’ll give you the ending first…