Following on from a previous Magento installation, we worked with Swift Print to set up another Magento (open source CMS) website on the same platform. This website allows visitors to upload their own artwork and submit it directly for printing, while paying via PayPal.
This project involved building two content management websites, one for Midlink (Portlaoise M7/M8 toll plaza) and one for Southlink (Waterford N25 bridge toll plaza).
Dynamic Chiropractic came to us requesting a website that 1) would look good on all devices 2) could be easily and quickly updated by staff 3) make a major difference to their Google ranking. A WordPress Responsive theme was the solution, with lots of Simplify I.T. customisations.
The Deise Greenway is an abandoned railway line between Waterford and Dungarvan. As a member of the action group that was instrumental in its conversion to a walking/cycling path, we were delighted to build a new website for the campaign.
The MyPrinter project was new territory for Simplify I.T. as we were instructed by the client to use Magento, an open source CMS (content management system) and 2) the client built the website with us. This huge website allows visitors to choose a product, customise it, pay for it via PayPal and submit it for printing.
New Zealander Wez Parkes, who many will remember from his Waterford days, has just launched his PForm Personal Training business in Chicago. Having designed the original website and content management system (CMS), we’ve just finished freshening it up for the US market.
Diva Next Door is the largest project Simplify I.T. has ever undertaken. Our custom-written control panel allows the owner to control all the website’s content including adding competitions, polls, features.
This project involved blending Marley’s renowned creativity into a WordPress-driven store. Marley needed a website that showcased her finest works and allowed them to be purchased online.
The Waterford Crystal Sports & Leisure Centre project had numerous phases and demonstrates Simplify I.T.’s full variety of skills. Phase one involved setting up all the hardware in a client/server configuration as well as email. Phase two involved building a point-of-sale/membership system with barcode scanning, receipt printing and cash drawer functionality. Phase three required a clocking system while phase four involved the creation of the website with Facebook integration.
The My Waterford Magazine project involved building a content management system (CMS) that allowed Marcella and Lynda to update all the content via a user-friendly Simplify I.T. custom-designed control panel. It also contains timer-driven rotating top and side banners.