A section is provided on the top left of the home page that the client can easily update for any announcements.
Instead of a static photo, we were asked to provide a slideshow to showcase many of the gymnysts in their organization. The slideshow can be updated to replace, remove or add more photos.
The Coach Description and Message from the President are static areas.
We were asked to create an easy to follow schedule for the various classes in the Gymnastics Club. The client asked that color be used in some way to better distinguish each level of class.
The list on the left depicts the dates that the Club has no classes.
The information on this page is static.
The client requested a page in which they could upload various photos throughout the Gymnastics season. The photos are initially shown in thumbnail size. The photos are enlarged when hovered over with a mouse.
The client can remove or add as many photos as they would like.
The volunteer page needed two tables created with css, one for small duties and one for large duties.
A link at the bottom of the web page opens the viewer's default mail program on their computer and fills in the email address of the client.
This page is split into two columns. The portion on the left explains how to volunteer to be a coach. An outside link is provided for more information, as well as a link to the viewer's default email.
The right column is a list of the coaches and assistant coaches in the club.
Both columns are static.
The client wanted a web page to list helpful links and documents for the website viewers.
Each document link opens a PDF document in another browser window, available for printing and/or saving.
Each link section provides a clickable link which opens in another browser window.
The left hand column houses the "Contact Us" form. This form is automatically emailed to the client once "Send Message" is clicked.
The top of the right hand column displays the Gymnastics Club's contact information and a link to the viewer's default email.
The final section is a list of the Gymnastics Club's Executives.
Geek By Design has created a fabulous website for Athabasca Flips Gymnastics Association. We are so pleased with the design, content and layout - all of which have significantly increased both the communication and efficiency of club operations. Parents, Coaches and Executives can now simply visit the website for all the answers to their questions. Geek By Design has provided us with the right amount of creativity coupled with the utmost of professionalism - we highly recommend their services!
Our client wanted a "tech" style background for their website. They wanted the header to contain all of their "business card" information, as well as a list of their abilities.
A physically short homepage was wanted, so the descriptions of the clients' abilities was built into a horizontal slider.
A plug-in with the client's local weather was added by request.
A form was created, based off of the paper form the client had been using for their customers.
A recaptcha test was added at the bottom to ensure that the form is filled out by a human and not another computer. Recaptcha is a service that helps digitize books. For more information on recaptcha:
The client wanted a "Helpful Links" section to provide website suggestions for their customers. We provided a css template in which they can add a photo, a write up about the link and the link itself.
Links can be edited, added and removed easily.
A web page was created for any deals that the client would like to provide for their customers. As with the "Helpful Links" section, we provided a css template in which they can add a photo, a title for the deal and a write up describing the deal.
A link is provided at the top to the client's contact web page for interested customers.
Gregabyte Computers is very happy with the hard work that went into the creation of our website. We feel our website portrays what we were hoping for: simple, attractive and easy to navigate for our customers. We're happy to have our website up and running and look forward to possible future expansions of our website.
This was our original website. We wanted a new look, but still think the old design had some great features!
Viewers were supplied with a drop-down menu, with the sub categories as the actual links. The background was comprised of two layers, an image and a semi-transparent rounded rectagle.
The homepage had an image on the left that changed when hovered over with a mouse.
We wanted to introduce our clients to our designer and supply them with her experience and education.
We designed an image with her photograph and some decorations to match the rest of the website.
The introduction and background of our company is provided here.
The image on the left was designed using photoshop. We provided the definitons of the words in our company's name to reflect who we are.
Our price lists were found here including our general items, as well as the price of our packages.
A description of what categories may have best suited our customers' needs was found on the right.
A list of our packages, their price and descriptions were found on this page.
The suggestion for what types of websites would benefit from each package was shown when the title of the package was hovered over with a mouse.
A link to our social network accounts can be found on the left. Below, our viewers are given an option to "like" our company through "Facebook".
A "Contact Us" form is found on the right. A recaptcha test was added at the bottom to ensure that the form is filled out by a human and not another computer. Recaptcha is a service that helps digitize books. For more information on recaptcha:
The Boyle Rural Crimewatch Association were looking for a clean looking and easy to navigate website.
We were asked to provide a brief description of the organization and how the community benefits from their services.
A link to the "Contact Us" web page is provided at the bottom of the page.
The client asked for all updates to be situated in one area for easy access for visitors to the site.
The "Updates" webpage is made up of four sections, with a link to each section at the top of the page.
The "Gallery" webpage has been coded to allow the client the option to upload their own photos. They wanted a basic layout, with all photos layed out vertically, viewable by scrolling down.
An instructions booklet was provided to upload and remove photos.
Boyle Rural Crime Watch wanted to provide helpful documents to website visitors containing information about safety, crime prevention and various quizzes. We converted all documents to PDF format.
Links to the documents are displayed in an easy to navigate list, organized alphabetically.
The "Links" web page was setup for access to useful websites relating to Albertan & Canadian laws and nearby town information.
A "Contact Us" form was setup to email all messages directly to the client's email address. A recaptcha test was added at the bottom to ensure that the form is filled out by a human and not another computer. Recaptcha is a service that helps digitize books. For more information on recaptcha:
The left column contains information on when to contact the Crime Watch association, and when to contact the police.
The Boyle Rural Crime Watch Directors found the service provided by Angela Richards from Geek By Design to be very efficient and she displayed a high level of professionalism. She listened to what we wanted on our Web Site and then delivered a product that exceeded our expectations. Her Web Site design is user friendly and her rates are very competitive. We are very pleased with her work and would recommend her services to all.
- Terry JORDAN (Treasurer Boyle RCW Association).