In our first French project for a few years, a reflexologist asked us to create a responsive website that she could maintain herself and add blogs to. The colours of the office and logo were already defined and these needed to be factored into the new website.
In a very interesting and historic War of 1812 project, a descendant of Lt. Andrew Playfair came to us requesting a website that looked beautiful, had a historic feel, that was mobile-friendly and could be updated at any time. A WordPress Responsive theme was the solution, with lots of Simplify I.T. customisations and image work.
Savoir, a French-culture business based in Ontario Canada, needed a fully responsive and phone-friendly library system that its students could use to look for books, CDs, DVDs etc. As is often the case, off-the-shelf solutions were either too complicated or lacked some of the required features. As always, Simplify I.T. created a system especially for the client.
Another Canadian project, Pickers Trading Place was one of the more challenging websites that Simplify I.T. has worked on. Fully responsive and phone-friendly, it allows antique dealers and pickers to create an account and list their products for sale. It also allows for PayPal payments and the creation of auctions as well as trade-to-trade offers.
This project involved incorporating the Northlink website into our previously-built content management system to provide EGIS with a consistent trio of websites.
Paul asked for a content management system (CMS) that would allow him to update all the content via a user-friendly Simplify I.T. custom-designed control panel and we created exactly that.
The owner of LocalSigns.ie, a new business, wanted the ability to add new towns (with Google Map coordinates) using a custom-written control panel. Within each town, he needed to add an unlimited number of locations as placemarkers, with an image and text for each. This was a new area for Simplify I.T. and we’re very pleased with the result.
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.