Enterprise level web-development under MODx Revolution.
With a plethora of content management systems to choose from, it can be hard justifying the best open-source option for your commercial enterprise. Thankfully not all CMS’s are built the same, most however adapt with varying degrees of capability. Depending upon your application it may make sense to forgo irrelevant bundled features for a more customized, regimented system. A tradeoff that places whats intimidating in the hands of backend administrators, leaving the content generators a less congested front-end environment to work within.
Precise Vinyl Vector Graphics
Custom vinyl transfers with Adobe Illustrator and a Mimaki CG-160 FX II cutting plotter.
From government regulated lettering to full body vehicle wraps. FineCut8 for Illustrator allows for accurate cutouts on almost any transferable medium.
Exploring Responsive Web Design
Optimize your audiences viewing experience and increase their interaction.
As the popularity of mobile devices continue to grow, so does the market of responsive web design. Responsive web design (RWD) is a programming approach aimed at crafting websites into an optimal viewing and interactive experience, regardless of the displaying device. Generally speaking this would encompass minimal resizing, panning and scrolling on the user-end.
eCommerce with eBooks: Kindle, iBooks & Nook
Custom PHP plugins to enable .epub and .mobi extensions as digital downloads on mobile and desktop devices.
Rather than programming core hacks to WooCommerce that could lead to broken updates and potential exploits, we created a safer alternative via an external plugin. By circumventing the need for WooCommerce modifications we preserved its stability while keeping live updates intact.
Increase your conversion rate and diminish your abandoned carts.
Programming a functional online store is one thing, streamlining its simplicity to better serve your customers however requires a distinctive skill set. Have you ever wondered which products customers add to their cart, only to leave before checking out? At which stage in your checkout process do customers actually leave – is it a product page? The shopping cart? Shipping? Payment?