We’re really proud to have had this client as one of our earliest to work with when Design Theory got started over two decades ago in Connecticut. This is the third iteration, and we went with bigger graphics, bigger headings, bigger images, and bolder text to name a few design changes that made the website easier to navigate and read. While it looks great on desktops, it’s also optimized for mobile and tablet devices. There’s streaming media integrations and event management software tied to a robust online form software that allows payment acceptance for special events. All of the content is managed by staff members of the church, and this enables them to make edits and changes at will, without needing for us to get involved while also keep their costs a bit lower. We’re always standing by and ready for bigger projects, while we continue to maintain software and platform updates, security, backups, analytics, and other features of our Managed Hosting Services.
WordPress websites are exceptionally useful and feature rich for any industry. With licensed psychologists, professional counselors, and other medical professionals, using this website platform allowed us to create online registration forms, collect various levels of payments, and even create workflows for consent agreements and the ability to access password restricted material online.
This project was a quick and small project for a Leadership & Coaching and Consulting professional. With years of experience and a continually growing list of successful clientele, the purpose of this website was mainly to have a web presence and be informational with what the core offerings and services were.
This local chamber of commerce needed to improve their web presence as part of their benefits for attracting new members. Their first website was created in Wix and unfortunately we were unable to export or download a lot of their content. This current iteration of their website is actually a fresh design from early first quarter of 2019. They now have the improved ability to register members online, promote and feature networking and community events, and also a members only area with community functions like direct messages, group chats, friend requests, and so much more to bolster more networking among members and engagement.
In this presentation, I explain the difference in hosting providers and entry level plans to managed hosting plans of hosting. This is intended for small business website owners that are considering a new website or a redesign and looking to scale their website growth and functionality, and why Managed Hosting will be a key component to that growth.