Web design concept and a custom Umbraco CMS implementation. Developed a plugin for banner and news management, a newsletter subscription module with an option for exporting to Excel.
CMS website built around the idea of a business directory for the BC Environment Industry Association. Includes a member listing module based on categories, news and taglines modules.
An extended CMS implementation for the Vancouver based Conference & Trade Fair on Business and the Environment, GLOBE. Custom plugins: exhibitor profile and session management.
Created multiple modules to handle over 4000 articles: automatic date folder structure, banner tracking and reports, multiple categories with taglines and newsletter generator plugins.
A custom ASP.Net application which displays a searchable directory with different filters. The backend alows users to update their profile and for admin to moderate the updates.
Web design and custom Umbraco CSM implementation. A module has been developed to support the Receiver/Processor List: a directory with companies specialized in waste management.
Web design and Umbraco CMS implementation. It uses a blog module and a few custom plugins like the exhibitor list which is populated from a the backend and a plugin for restricted content area.
A classic and straightforward CMS website which serves as a gateway to other subsites belonging to the same comapny. The navigation is populated dynamically based on an internal structure.
Web design concept on a static website for the North Vancouver based hair, nails and skin salon Katwalk. Design oriented website, heavy use of graphics, dynamic contact form.
Web design concept, logo design and CMS implementation for MACI Conventions, and Event Planning company in Vancouver.
Includes a plugin for event management and event calendar display.
Umbraco CMS implementation with multi lingual support, spanish and english, for GLOBE Costa Rica 2011 Conference. The layout is similar in concept with the other Globe Series websites.
This website was built for the 8th Word Conference on Sport and the Environment, Vancouver, 2009. With a colorful design concept, the technology behind the scene is Coldfusion from Adobe.