DGrigg Development Inc.
Firstborn needed some extra Craft expertise to help scale and streamline their web based solutions for Supercell's community websites and in game news and promotion feeds. With seven different gaming properties, 100+ million daily users and support for over a dozen languages it was no small task.
Logitech launched a complete rebrand of their business and product lines while rolling out a new line of consumer products and they wanted to overhaul their website at the same time. Four key verticals, multiple product lines and numerous microsites meant this was no small task.
The Tile crew came up with a great idea to help people find their lost items. A bluetooth enabled 'tile' that you can put on pretty much anything. They needed a website that helped explain the technology and allowed people to place orders. Responsive website - check, optimized for mobile - check, secure payments - check, integration with payment and order fulfillment systems - check.
Every style needs a refresh from time to time. The Cotton Producers of America decided it was time to update their website's look. The site features looks, tips and recommendations about cotton fashion, submitted from a variety of guest fashion writers and their own team. The backend needed a flexible CMS to meet their dynamic content needs. The consumer facing side needed to be clean and crisp, look great on any device and since it's about fashion, easily shareable on social media.
As a web developer one of the most frustrating things to deal with is feedback during the design, development and review processes. People send emails, create spreadsheets, write documents or use project management software. Everyone has a different way to store and send their feedback. The problem is none of it is actually where it should be, right on the website. Instead you need to flip back and forth between the site and whatever or wherever the feedback is. I developed PageProofer as a time saving solution to this problem. PageProofer allows you to leave feedback and notes directly on a website, just add a simple code snippet (think Youtube embed code) and the rest is done.