Fort Lauderdale based Larry Brauer is a celebrity and VIP security specialist who desperately needed a website upgrade.
Venice, Florida based wholesale silk plant and florals distributor. New website for displaying product samples to their wholesale buys throughout the southwest Florida marketplace. See full site at http://treespotsplants.com
Longtime customer. We upgraded their website making it mobile friendly, giving easier access to smartphone and tablet users.
Barefoot Feet is an up and coming new product aimed at giving people a barefoot feeling while protecting the soles of their feet form hot sand, hot parking lots, glass, shells and more.
Code Construction owner, Joe Logan, came to us after several years of dealing with a sub-par web presence. His site was outdated and failed to meet even the minimum search engine optimization requirements.
Completed April 1, 2012. More project details coming soon!
In the 30+ years I’ve been an adult in the workforce, it never ceases to amaze me that in 2012 there are companies that continue to employ techniques that are destined to destroy their credibility and business along with it.
Jeff D’Alonzo, President and CFO of Diversified Material Specialists Inc., contacted us about needing a fresh look for their company website. The original site was developed in the Philippines using the Joomla CMS platform.
During the course of my lifetime I’ve had the opportunity to experience some awesome things – and some significantly sad moments as well. The 9-11 attacks were especially poignant because my father helped build the World Trade Center, dedicating 7 years of his life to make sure every inch of those building were powered by […]
Last week I was reading an outstanding article on SocialMediaToday, written by Joshua Leatherman. The article, 8 Essential Rules for Social Media and Business, is one of the best articles I’ve ever read on the topic of business use of social media.
Restaurant websites are notoriously bad. They are easy targets for ridicule — often developed on the cheap, featuring very user-unfriendly navigation, slow loading flash animation, PDF files for menus, and generally horribly outdated graphics and cheap clipart. Did I miss anything?
Small business owners all over are rushing to get on the social media bandwagon. In an attempt to jump start their social marketing campaigns, most are doing so without proper knowledge and training.
R.E.A.L. Men Ministry founder Russ Franklin came to us in need of a more attractive and functional web presence. Russ had been using online web builder SquareSpace – and was stuck with a limited, cookie cutter web delivery platform.
The heart-wrenching story of Denise Amber Lee made national headlines in January 2008. The young wife and mother of two was abducted from her North Port, FLorida home and murdered. The foundation was formed to help reform the 9-1-1 system that failed her.
We were approached for web development assistance by Gainesville First Church of the Nazarene board member Gene Dougherty. The Gainesville First website had been created using ForMinistry’s cookie-cutter web design tool.
DMoV owner Brett Tignor was faced with a common problem when he came to us. His web presence was self created and was getting little to no traffic. The Homestead website builder was not doing the job promised and needed to be scrapped.
We have a vested interest in Buena Vista Publishing – the company is owned and operated by Bill Delaney, brother of Integrity Tech’s owner John Delaney. Buena Vista Publishing has been serving businesses in the Orlando area for over 20 years.
Over the course of the nearly 17 years I have been in the internet industry, I have had the opportunity to meet some great people. Bruce Kilby is one of those people. I met Bruce at an Iron Sharpens Iron Men’s Conference in Jupiter, Florida a few years ago.
Keith Howard at Beacon Light Men’s Ministries came to us with an under performing website. Created with Microsoft’s free Live Office platform, even the most experienced web design professional would find it difficult to use and even harder to optimize.