Evolution Basketball offers small group and private basketball training, camps and clinics to young men and women in the Virginia, Maryland, and Washington D.C. area. Their programs are available year round and are open to beginners all the way up to college recruits. Evolution had always maintained a content rich site but when it began to use social media extensively, the site did not prove flexible enough. Further, having been designed in Front Page, the client found web page editing difficult and file uploading almost impossible. AWS developed an information architecture that incorporated the client’s social media outlets and an integrated blogging platform. AWS developed a new user interface and presented the client with several design mockups. AWS selected WordPress as the content management platform as it was flexible enough to accommodate the project requirements and extendible to meet future needs. The client wanted to continue to maintain the site content as well as expand the site (regularly blog entries, new web pages, etc.). The client was thrilled at how easy it was to edit existing content, create new web pages, and even manage the slideshow graphics on the homepage using the WordPress administrative interface.
The NAVVUS website was a ground up design and development project. AWS created several design mock ups for client review and then implemented WordPress as the content management solution. Despite selecting a mobile responsive child theme, adapting the design and interactive elements to work on mobile devices proved a challenge. While yet to be officially launched, AWS can proudly say that this design and development project presented a great opportunity to allow us to implement interactive elements and extend many WordPress capabilities.
Siloquent approached AWS to develop their website. The company was interested in a mobile friendly site that focuses on its core business solutions. The client also requested a homepage image slider. AWS selected WordPress as the content management platform. AWS felt WordPress would offer a flexible platform to meet the clients content and functionality requirements.
Source Selection Consulting, LLC is a small business specializing in acquisition support services and management consulting to Federal Government clients. SSC approached AWS to build a very simply website to promote the company’s existence and to build awareness about their current clientele. SSC was interested in developing a branding that could be carried over to marketing materials including a corporate logo. AWS selected WordPress as the content management system platform on which to build the website.
Meredith Gelman approached AWS to help her establish a web presence for her growing therapy practice. She had an online web presence but it was limited to contact information and a summary overview of her services. In addition to promoting her services and providing valuable resources to current and potential clients, Ms. Gelman was eager to establish a blog. AWS helped Meredith Gelman from conception to implementation with selecting a domain name, securing a web host, creeating an information architecture and developing design comps. AWS selected WordPress as the most appropriate content management and blogging tool.
The Williamsburg Shopping Center web site was created to showcase the client’s property. Included in the site is a store/restaurant directory with a unique page dedicated to each tenant.
AWS migrated the Fall Properties website to a content management system uniquely designed to meet the needs of real estate companies. Features of the new Fall Properties website include the ability to request a property viewing via email, email a property to a a friend, calculate mortgage rates for a specific property, map the property’s location, and print a property brochure. Other features include a newsletter registration form and a new “Meet the Team” section. As part of the upgrade, non-technical Fall Properties staff now have the ability to add new properties to the site, change content and better monitor client interests and real estate needs. AWS also provided web design services for this project.
AWS assumed web maintenance responsibility for the Heart of America (HOA) website to help the organization work through several design and e-commerce issues. It was quickly realilzed that in order to accommodate the demands of up and coming initiatives, HOA needed a complete website redesign and reorganization of its information architecture. AWS worked with HOA to create a site that is easy to navigate, flexible enough to incorporate new programs and initiatives, and positioned to be maintained by HOA staff.
AWS was approached to provide the creative design for The Value Minute website. Special attention was paid to navigational and information architecture requirements as well as the client’s color preferences.
AWS considers the St. Matthew’s Weekday School website a very special project. The owners children all attending this outstanding preschool. AWS proposed creating this website to help the school better market itself as well as serve as a communication tool with parents. In December 2005, AWS helped the school streamline its registration process by allowing parents to register their children online. This new process has elimated the early morning lines and stress previously associated with registration.