• Build High-Performance Single-page Store for Bakery

    Client wanted to sell their famous Cronut™ online. The store opens once per week at 11:00am (Eastern) until the cronuts™ sell-out (about 20 minutes). The store implements business rules limiting the number of cronuts™ that can be ordered per week.

  • Tweak Commercial Theme to Designer’s Specifications, Build e-commerce

    In conjunction with the client's designer, we selected a commercial theme and then began to adjust it to reflect the client's brand. We also implemented an e-commerce application with a custom pickup calendar feature.

  • Unravel custom-coded WordPress site

    The previous developer made custom changes to third-party plugins, and WordPress itself. This left the client unable to upgrade WordPress or the plugins.

  • Custom application with user management and e-commerce

    jQuery Photo upload, resize and crop, placement of images on imagemap, ajax captioning, custom GravityForm management with assembly of fields into templates using Twig, membership management including support of white-label version

  • Manage and Track Sales Contest

    Working with the sales training firm, we built a site where sales reps could register, post proposals that were automatically forwarded to the judges, judges would post the score and the leaderboard was automatically updated.

  • Generate gig calendar from remote database

    Created a shortcode that supported the insertion of booking calendar from remote site.

  • Migrate site to WPengine

    Transfer the files and database from one hosting setup to another, managing the DNS changes required to move the site without breaking the email hosting.

  • Change Page Background when visitor is Shopping

    The client wanted to change the presentation depending on whether the visitor was browsing the products or actively shopping (i.e. clicked on the "Shop" link). We used session data to track the status. We had to detect choosing a link from the top menu to select or deselect the shopping background. Choosing a category from the side menu had a different effect than choosing the "same" category from the top-level menu.

  • Migrate corporate site into MultiSite

    In order to consolidate their disparate sites into a single installation, we migrated the client’s existing site into a WordPress multisite instance. We also built their customer support site as a subsite. Site is now offline as client has since been acquired.

  • Custom Navigation Walker & GravityForms Modification

    Extend the WordPress Menu Walker to insert an image for menu items that were archives. Cleanup how GravityForms showed selected fields in multi-select.