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Status Events

Status Events wanted to establish a web presence to help their business grow. The solution was a website that showcased their services and allowed them to communicate with clients. This site features a large photo slider on the home page, a place for clients to give feedback, and a way for potential clients to easily contact Status Events.

Behind the scenes, this project included setting up email and calendar accounts, search engine optimization, and analytics to track the success of the site.

Take a look, visit statusevents.ca.

Humber Open House

This project was a micro-site for the “Experience Humber – Open House” event.

The site allowed people to find schedules, directions, parking information, and other info they would need for the day of the event.  I used a variety of languages to build the site – html, php, xml, java script, which referenced a mysql database.  The visitor starts by typing in their academic program, which auto-completes a list of programs offered.  Once the visitor clicks their program, the appropriate schedule is displayed.

I was also able to experiment with google maps on this project.  To get turn by turn directions, the user simply types their own address into a search bar, and directions to the appropriate campus are displayed.

Visit the Humber Open House micro-site.