The Hayes Law Firm is a boutique plaintiff’s law firm in Houston, Texas that focuses on nationwide consumer protection through class actions and arbitration. CWS worked with Debra Hayes to organize and feature successful casework, and produced slider/banner animations and graphical promos to present the firm’s casework areas. The site is modern, mobile-friendly, searchable, social-media friendly, SEO optimized, and includes a full blog area. Visit The Hayes Law Firm at www.dhayeslaw.com.
CWS produced a minimal framework for Christina Gomez-Mira Photography that best allows her photos to speak for themselves. The navigation is lean and intuitive, and photos automatically enlarge as they are best able in the current environment. The framework is mobile-responsive and easily navigated on smartphones and tablets. Check out her portfolio of New Orleans since Katrina at www.gomez-mira.com.
CWS launched an ecommerce storefront for Therm Processes, Inc. to sell radiator repair products worldwide. The site is secure, accepts Visa, Discover, MC, Amex, and Paypal, and adjusts beautifully for smartphones and tablets. CWS worked with Therm to prepare over 2500 products and product images, and organize various product attributes and options. See the store live at www.thermprocesses.com.
CWS works with Grace Presbytery to deliver custom-fit functionality for their WordPress driven front-end website. By identifying primary goals, establishing efficient processes, and customizing back-end functionality, CWS enables Grace to most efficiently focus on communication and publishing, freeing them of technical worries and hurdles. CWS will also be developing people management and web-based database software for Grace to meet their custom need.
In 2002, before any sort of template framework software existed for art galleries, CWS hand-wrote the database and Site Management Tool to store Matthew Marks’ artists and artwork, and custom-designed the front end website for the New York city art gallery. In 2003, before Constant Contact was known and popular, CWS hand-wrote email marketing software for the gallery to send plaintext and HTML email releases to their audience to keep them informed of upcoming exhibitions.
CWS custom coded web-based software for ARA in Austin, Texas to significantly decrease overhead and increase profits and turnaround time: ARA customers submit an online order and ARA team leaders assign the new report to one of their appraisers, who can access the app from anywhere via a web browser. As progress on the report occurs, appraisers update the report status online, and both ARA team leaders and the customer are notified by email. Customers can check their order status anytime online and are notified when their report is complete. Years of ARA reports are archived and searchable.
In addition to prioritizing the wealth of content HRP publishes on a principled, organized, SMT-managed custom front-end website, CWS custom wrote web-based database-driven “people management” software so HRP can make best use of over 15,000 church members in 91 Presbyterian congregations in 7 counties in upstate New York. HRP can quickly access and manage just the information they need, run custom queries and sorts by region and role, and conveniently export results to excel or Avery sheets for printing labels and mail merge letters.
Michael Crider, a Realtor in Cypress, Texas sets himself apart from cluttered Association-provided template websites with a learn, targeted custom web presence from CWS. With the custom integrated Site Management Tool (SMT) his team can self-sufficiently manage listings, photos, articles, links, and more.
CCFW liked the look and feel of their existing website, but they had no control over their own content, and were unable to keep their announcements, audio, and podcasts up-to-date. CWS was able to quickly re-launch a custom SMT-driven platform that preserved their existing design image while enabling CCFW staff to easily self-manage their own content such as events, ministries, the photo tour, and sermon and radio broadcast audio that now dynamically populate two different XML podcasts as they upload new audio to their SMT.
Andreas Grimm Gallery in Munich, Germany uses CWS written custom database and press release software to manage its English and German audiences and notify them of them upcoming gallery exhibitions.