Window Shade System
WSS is an application for supply chain management, order entry, shipping management and invoicing for a window shade manufacturer. Deployed as a web application, it allows their staff to stay productive, even when they’re not in the office. Their old ASP intranet was rewritten from the ground up in Rails to help keep up with the changing product line as the business grows.
Built with: Ruby on Rails, PostgreSQL, Redis, Memcache, QuickBooks, and jQuery
The D10 came to us with a challenge: Online registrations for their charity event opened in 10 days and their web application needed some serious work, specifically with its semi-functional registrations system. We delivered, and went on to add additional features, including a mobile site that allowed donors to place performance-based donations during the event, a mobile scoring tool that allowed scorekeepers to record results in real-time during the event, and physical, real-time performance and fundraising leaderboards.
We provided on-site services during the event to make last minute changes, and the event went off without a hitch, raising over $1M for pediatric cancer research.
We continue to maintain and improve the application for each year’s events. The D10 is now in 5 cities annually, with more to come. The 2016 NYC event was featured on NBCSN. Be sure to check it out and make a donation to a very worthwhile cause while you’re there.
Built with: Ruby on Rails, PostgreSQL, Sidekiq, Stripe
Design by: Condensed
Exchange931 is an application that allows people in the Tennessee Valley area to buy and sell items ranging from couches to cars to real estate by searching, browsing, and placing classifieds online and in the Exchange931 print edition. Some of the features of this project include:
Online payment processing with complex classified cost calculations based on a variety of factors including category, price, running time, word count, and upgrades.
Photos for classifieds can be e-mailed into the application via a private e-mail address.
Auto classifieds are imported automatically from a variety of provider sources.
Classifieds and user accounts are automatically imported from a third-party sales partner.
The administrative backend includes a robust, custom built banner ad campaign utility that features full analytics and reporting of impressions and clicks.
Built with: Ruby on Rails, jQuery, PostgreSQL, Redis, Resque, Memcache, MailChimp, Authorize.net, Chrome Data, and Bootstrap (used for the admin interface)
Design by: JB Multimedia
SiteSwan wanted a platform for creating web sites for small businesses that was “social friendly, search-optimized, and mobile ready”. All web site owners are given a variety of tools allowing them to give their site’s their own personal touch and post the information and media that showcases their offerings. Whether it’s a slideshow of their latest products, their latest posts on Twitter, or upcoming events, there’s plenty of options for adding content to keep the customers engaged.
Built with: Ruby on Rails, MySQL, jQuery and Backbone
Joseph’s Bakery was in need of a new e-commerce site allowing them to reach both their resellers and individual customers, while offering bulk discounts to their customers ordering in large quantities. Recipes using their pita bread and wrap products were showcased giving customers new meal ideas, and a store locator was developed helping customers find their nearest retailer selling Joseph’s Bakery products.
This site became a marriage of Magento and WordPress as we utilized Magento for the e-commerce aspects of the site and provided tight integration with WordPress, where much of the content was managed, making for a seamless transition between the two.
Built with: Magento, WordPress, MySQL, jQuery
CharityBets is looking to change how competitors typically raise money for charity through the events they compete in. The focus is on performance-based donations, where the better a participant competes, the more money they raise for their charity. CharityBets needed a web application to allow competitors to showcase the events they are participating in and solicit donations on behalf of their charities. The application itself helps promote the competitors, charities and events all in an effort to raise money for good causes.
Built with: Ruby on Rails, MySQL, Authorize.net and jQuery
Sirculr is helping connect merchants with their customers by providing access to their circulars, offers, and store information via mobile devices. Customers just have to open the app on their mobile device and can check out their local merchant’s deals.
Room 118 Solutions handles the merchant control panel aspects of the site, while coordinating with Sirculr’s mobile team (iOS/Android) to manage the API used by the devices.
Built with: CakePHP, MySQL, Beanstalk, and Apple Push Notification Service
SouthField Home Finder
The SouthField Home Finder is a quick way for prospective residents to explore the various homes available within the community development, located just outside Boston. A variety of homes by various builders are featured, allowing home seekers to view photos and floorplans, as well as contact the builder for more information.
Built with: CodeIgniter, MySQL, MailChimp
Design by: Koa Interactive Media
Leave It To Siri
Apple’s latest invention, Siri, seems to have quite the personality and we decided the web needs somewhere to showcase the lighter side of Siri. LeaveItToSiri is a collection of conversations with Siri, mainly interactions that didn’t quite make the cut for Apple’s official promo videos. Check it out and submit your own!
Built with: Ruby on Rails, PostgreSQL and Heroku
ObitsUSA is a web application allowing traditional print publications a new way to accept obituaries online. Each publication is given their own website which can easily be customized to look like their existing site, allowing their associated funeral homes to offer this directly to the family. Publications are easily able to export the obituaries for easy inclusion into their print circulations.
Built with: Ruby on Rails, MySQL, Sphinx Search and jQuery