A growing business required an adaptable web site which wouldn't require constant skilled maintenance even at the same time it did need a rapidly changing face. In this re-design I kept the branding from the original site but entirely changed the site architecture and made it a dynamic site with an easy to use content management system.
For my friends, and customers of the Keyroute.net Wireless Internet Service, I have created a private web site that currently allows users to track the movies they own and lend them to other users. Other modules are planned for the coming year.
I was the sole builder on this re-design project, handling everything from the basic information architecture and the graphic design, to the database structure and user interface.
My work on CGT's public web site was mainly in organizing the site structure and building the dynamic pieces out to be more useful to the customers. In addition I built several internal tools, including two content management systems and helped move a lot of the day to day site maintenance to automated, database driven processes.
In 1995 I had moved AMS.NET's public web site from a static set of marketing pages to a dynamic site which allowed customers to browse the product catalog. At the same time came the first incarnation of the private web site which allowed sales people to build quotes and keep the product catalog up to date. In 1996 both sites underwent radical changes to improve the public design, allow customers to build their own quotes, and provide a modular structure for the private back end which has continued to evolve even until today.