Denver Mattress eCommerce is the first to live Oracle / ATG Commerce application developed with a Responsive Web Design (RWD). The build also includes additional elements to be first RWD's for the eCommerce world including Scene7 Image Viewers and Bazzarvoice Ratings & Reviews. The project is still a work in progress... more photos to come.
Kicking off the 2012 NASCAR season with an all new website, Furniture Row Racing™ is preparing for it’s best season yet. Following the Teams first win at the Darlington 500 in 2011, apparel and team gear started flying off the shelves. The team was in need of an updated site that could support both the team’s interactions with the fan base with better access to news, photos, social media and official team gear all on it’s own online channel.
Unique UI theme for a php commerce platform. Customizations includes all new home display of new and featured products for sale. All new catalog display of products by category and genre supported by multiple checkout options and a single page check out system for processing payments through a typical payment gateway, Google Checkout and PayPal.
An identity package for premium precision metal casting company catering to medical, technology & aviation industries. Utilizing a tech inﬂuenced type treatment paired with the grid outlines reinforces the high-end technology behind the company. Several color treatments are possible for varying mediums and uses, with the primaries a deep, yet vibrant orange with black and grey. Pushing the high-end tech look ties into both the actual products of VPC while translating well to target demographics for both proposed and current business cases.
After winning the Darlington 500 in May of 2011 fans from all over the country started flooding in asking for Furniture Row Racing team NASCAR die casts, apparel and more. Shortly following the outcry FRR began producing more apparel followed by 2011 1:64 & 1:24 scale die casts along with a 1:24 scale hand painted limited edition replica of the win car.
Furniture Row store concept selling factory overstocks, closeouts and special purchases from their parent brand Furniture Row. A custom design from concept to development, with special attention showcasing weekends only, limited stock, and store open and closed status. With open and closed status based on local information across 5 regions. Other segments based on locale include location information with interactive maps, and an assortment of products.
A portfolio site of Photographer Michael Stillman. With a wide range of clients in several different fields he wanted his work to stand on its own, so a classy white background with a minimalistic menu and photo navigation was created.
The Hospitality Division of Denver Mattress Company needed it's own online pressence serving it's own customers. Denver Mattress Hospitality’s new website is a sales tool for the sales staff as well as a place for the businesses they serve to get more information on their products and services geared at the Hospitality Industry.
Best Practice Systems (BPS) needed a major design overhaul for their VueBill paperless billing system. Requiring support of legacy systems including IE6, BPS was looking for increased functionality for user account control within an interface that supported their business goals and a quality user experience.
The Denver Mattress Hospitality (DMH) Logo was the beginning and the base to their new identity package. A two-tone inlay of a mountain scene along with utilizing the current Denver Mattress (dmc) typeface allowed the Hospitality Division to build upon an already strong and recognizable brand & identity, while representing the division on it’s own.
Wash Park Warriors Lacrosse club website. Schedules, practice information, and team communication. site for parents, players, coaching staff and family to keep track of the teams progress, practice and tournament updates, game schedule and directions plus communicate with coaching and admin staff.
Commerce Site Design and Front End Development from wire frame, to working prototype, to complete version. The Furniture Row rebuild encompassed a complete overhaul from the ground up for the design to the development. A complete mock up prototype was developed for testing and wire framing then developed on the ATG platform giving it the backbone to support all the feature of today’s top retailer sites.
Following the success of the Furniture Row Racing fire suit the car followed shortly after. This prompted the need for a design template for mocks ups and final art work to be supplied to the decal teams. Along with work on the Furniture Row # 78 it has been utilized for a number of sponsorship package proposals and themes. Due to the nature of the projects & proposals the template has been used in, only the bare template can be shown here.
Furniture Row Racing was looking for a new direction to take their branding and it all started with the fire suit. A drastic departure from their original bright yellow & red, and then the bright orange, the black white and red suit not only better represented the Furniture Row brand it brought a new level of sophistication & toughness all at the same time.