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Another successful Seattle Web Design project is soon to be launched! The project consists of a full featured ecommerce website complete with a modern jquery slider, social media integration and even a WordPress blog. We are excited for our clients future success! Tags: Seattle ecommerce web design, Seattle web design

Website design appeal matters more then ever.  But a redesign can be a longer process then the original design process especially if much content is involved.  So, with tight budgets in this economic climate we suggest a mini-face lift.  A mini-face lift is adding design elements to the existing layout rather then reorganizing the whole [...]

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Project Summary
The Monroe Institute (TMI), a Virginia Corporation provides worldwide seminar training. We developed a web application to create, edit, and schedule training seminars and also enables them to take payments for seminars, track membership status, class attendees and class size. The system also enables TMI to easily manage a directory of dealers and also provides an ecommerce store front to sell products.

Before the new PBW CMS custom application this client had all static pages for their programs and scheduling. All scheduling and and payments were done by telephone. Maintaining the scheduled programs on the website averaged 12 hours of work each month.
TMI's website was suffering from information overload and carryover problems from previous static redesigns. They needed to be able to easily maintain vast amounts of content, provide a calendar of events, update their training program schedule, post training programs, allow visitors to register and pay online, and also sell items through an online store.
Duration: 5 months

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