The Running Center
The Running Center is another featured Concrete5 website. We were tasked with taking a .PSD file and converting it into a series of reusable page types, with page attributes to allow customizations to the background color on every single page type. Another featured part of this project is the slider found on the home page. This slider was built with portability in mind, and was made responsive to allow it to be enabled on desktop, tablet, or mobile screen resolutions.
The Running Center also had a need to do E-Commerce checkout with PayPal Advanced for credit card transactions. We developed a system that integrated with the existing Concrete5 infrastructure that was in place, to allow for site portability and to minimize the number of systems that had to be in place to achieve diverse tasks.
Mission Oak Designs
Mission Oak Designs is a furniture company selling hand crafted furniture. Their goal was to stop paying web developers for simple content updates, improve capabilities with their online e-commerce system, and move off of their old cgi based website. The solution was to migrate their content over to Concrete5 and leverage Concrete5's eCommerce addon.
Along with moving them to a new CMS, we also optimized their site for search engines, and set up redirect links so that all of their old links continued to work on their new C5 system.
Benediction Lutheran Church
Benediction Lutheran Church was looking for a simple way to keep their parish informed for little costs with a limited technical skillset. We used the Concrete5 Content Management System to allow them to maintain their online presence, give out parish information, and we also created a custom module to allow the pastor to upload his sermons for anyone to be able to listen to.
The Shannon Theatre had a need to move away from an extremely outdated Dot Net Nuke website, as well as expand their audience reach to mobile users. We were able to provide this to them by creating a Concrete5 website, as well as providing a mobile theme where phone users are redirected to.
This small town movie theater also wanted to be able to send text message alerts to it's customers with the latest movies and what times they were playing. This was accommodated by extending the built in Concrete5 users with cell phone numbers, and creating an admin dashboard interface for sending these messages via Twilio.