Select the nature of your requirement in the links above to view examples of our work experience. Also, you may click here to download a PDF rendering of some recent development work we have done. This file provides a general overview of some recent work and provides a showcase of the quality of our product. You will also notice our impressive roster of past clients with whom we have conducted business.
We recently developed a website for the PGA of America. The Southwest Section started this fundraiser in 2009 and the site has now helped to raise nearly $1,000,000 for PGA charities nationwide. The concept is that PGA Sections recruit players interested in playing 100 holes of golf in one day...for charity. Players register online and are easily able to set up their own customized fund raising page. From there, they contact potential supports and direct traffic to their page where people can submit online contributions. Online leaderboards are updated, players are given credit for their efforts, and the PGA is excited about an endlessly scalable platform where more dollars are making their way to the bottom line. This has been a tremendously exciting project for us and is truly only getting started!
One of our favorite recent projects was for an organization called The 48 Most Intriguing Women of Arizona. In celebration of Arizona's Centennial Anniversary, organizers highlighted the most "important" Arizona women of our time. We developed the entire design and presentation including the logo, website, program book, banners, power point presentations, an ice sculpture and even chocolate bars. It was a beautiful 2 day event held at The Phoenician Resort and Capital Grille. The event was organized by Connie Robinson and Joy Johnson who brought together an amazing group of women. We are honored that we could be part of such an amazing experience.
Click here to see more samples of the work for the 48 Women of Arizona.
Golf course websites generally need to remain very dynamic in nature in order to continually provide updated and accurate information. Many sites provide tee time registrations, lesson calendars, event listings, tournament pages, photographs, and membership pages. As a testament to the intuitive nature of the Typo3 content management system, we have completed a number of golf club websites with all of these features.
With the Vistal Golf Club website, the panoramic photos of each of the holes offers guests a preview of how beautiful the course layout is. Greg Leicht, Director of Golf has nothing but great things to say about the end product they received:
"Website editing very intuitive, making updates simple...and after knowing about the undo function, I know I can play around with it without worrying that I might accidentally delete something! Great stuff."