Landing page was not user-friendly to outsiders and caused content overload.
Time consuming to update same info on an event located on several different webpages.
Over-complicated main menu with confusing terminology for new participants.
Legacy Joomla template (Joomla 1.5 in 2015) focusing the use of outdated plugins and components.
Not very responsive for mobile devices and difficult menu dropdowns for phone devices.
Worked with freelance designer in making sure the site matched the client vision.
Beautiful online experience for all devices (laptop, tablet, and phone) which is completely responsive.
Powerful ministry event component, reducing potential for mistakes by automation.
Simple but elegant Staff blog component designed for non-web savvy staff.
Google-ish interactive map with the option to add or delete hotspots (restaurants, hotels, and grocery stores).
Amazing ministry cottage(s) reservation system that allows a visitor to request a cottage and get notified if it is vacant.
Free audio and video resources page offering easily downloadable content as well as playing right from the webpage.
Live behavioral website analytics.
Livestream webpage with painless donation option as well as displaying the next webstream event automatically.
Responsive Web Design (Joomla 3)
Team: Steve Wolverton (Project Manager), Brian Peat (Designer, Site builder), Tyler Mattingly (Data Entry) and Mary Ellen Martin (Editor)