Helpful Posts About Webvanta History
We recently worked with designer and project manager Tyler Wantulok to build a deal-of-the-day site, EponME,initially serving the Bozeman, Montana area. By leveraging three existing hosted systems—Webvanta, Foxycart, and MailChimp—Tyler was able to deliver his clients a very effective, custom deal-of-the-day site for a fraction of what a custom web app would have cost.
Santa Rosa's Thai Taste restaurant recently launched a new website, built on the Webvanta Restaurant System. With a desktop site, mobile site, online ordering, and Facebook integration, the system is already bringing new business to the restaurant.
Extensis, which provides a webfont service called WebINK, has launched the coolest tool yet for experimenting with web fonts: the FontDropper.
It'sbeen a long time since we've blogged about all the great new sitesbeing built on the Webvanta platform. There'sone site we're particularly excited about, not just because of the siteitself, but because of the accompanying iPad app and mobile site.
Yesterday,we presented a DesignCast for HOW Magazine about how designers cancreate great sites without getting buried in technology. Apparentlywe struck a cord, because we set an all-time attendance record for oneof HOW's webinars, maxing out the GoToWebinar system when it hit 1,000attendees.
If you weren't able to attend my presentation for AIGA San Francisco on Building Dynamic Websites Without Getting Buried in Technology, you have another chance: I'll be presenting similar material in a free "DesignCast" webinar organized by HOW Magazine.
Many experienced designers grew up with print and want to focus on their creative skills, rather than on web technologies. At the same time, clients expect increasingly complex sites that require multiple layers of technology to design and deliver.