Tagged: third-party integration


Sprint/Nextel selected Preferred Wireless as one of a handful of authorized business agents for a special sales channel that allowed them to sell phones and services to employees of businesses that use Sprint as their carrier, at the same discounted rates that the business received.  ”This is a huge opportunity” said Rick McMichael, owner of Preferred Wireless, “we need to create a really easy and intuityive shopping experience for our customers, with a customized site for each business we serve.”  We were up to the challenge…


We have worked on multiple MasterCard projects.  Sometimes in a consulting role, assisting their teams in software development, other times in a mentoring role helping their team members learn new technologies, and most recently in two outsourced project development roles.

St. Louis Family Church

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.

License Tutor

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%.

Real Estate Express

The American School of Real Estate Express, known more commonly as Real Estate Express, is arguably the most successful online real estate training school in the country.  Like many companies, however, their website was becoming very dated, cluttered, and, well, ugly.


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…