With rapidly growth in mobile device internet usage, the Canadian Art Foundation sought to significantly increase its mobile users and mobile traffic through improving gallery, event listing functionality and article slideshows. It also wanted to increase online ad monetization.
Nissan Europe needed an easy way for their smaller European countries’ websites to share and publish content while still keeping in line with the larger presence sites (England, France, etc). After having previously built websites for the markets in question as well as hosting their websites, they now asked us to build an easy-to-use content management system to simplify their workflow. Alongside the new content management system we also restyled their older websites, including a responsive layout.
No doubt, the mobile world has been growing rapidly these past few years. By now there should be more mobile devices on earth than people, according to an infographic posted on digitalbuzzblog.com. This increases the importance of Responsive Web Design; and the World Health Organization (WHO) didn’t want to miss out on the potential user base.
Adding a webshop to your site can be a headache, especially if you have a large sales catalog which has to be migrated online. You don’t want your existing site to experience any downtime, and you want customers to find shopping online with you easy and intuitive, while still providing them with the products and information they expect. When Advanced Marine Technologies wanted to consolidate their product catalogs and add a new online store, they came to Gossamer Threads to give them all the functionality they wanted without any hassle or unnecessary change to their workflow. Here’s how we helped AMT make the move into e-commerce smoothly and securely, using Gossamer Links and a custom shopping cart, and implementing a careful and detailed import of AMT’s multiple product catalogs.
We’ve partnered with Start Local, Australia’s premiere business directory, since their inception, helping them to establish themselves at the head of their market as well as managing their hosting. Recently, Start Local wanted to expand upon the ways in which their usebase interacts with their site in a major way: introducing “gamification” – adding game-like systems of scores and rewards for utilizing their site – to Start Local. Here’s how we added a new dimension of user experience to Start Local…