Kings 1912 Case Study
Such is the case with Kings 1912, that their online ecommerce website simply contains far more information than is necessary for presentation on a mobile device. Users want to know your location, and be able to browse your products with ease.
The mobile design was features a slider and an accordion style menu system. And was built with jQuery.
Kings Mobile Site
Sales Grabber jQuery Plugin
Features include automated refreshing of data every hour to ensure sales numbers are updated.
Simple, Easy to Use Revolution Slider Builder
Just about every website has a slider these days.
And, if you’re hosting a wordpress website — you’re probably using a Revolution Slider. And if you’re using the revolution slider, then you’re familiar with the Revolution Slider plugin for wordpress. And, if you’ve ever configured your own Revolution Slider, you know that — it’s not a simple task; especially not for a client.
Because building a slider can be a bit of a challenge, I built a simple, “less is more”, interface that clients can use with ease. Sadly, it’s not for WordPress — it is designed to work with straight html websites, but it could be used as a “cut-and-paste” implementation.
You’ll notice that the user is presented with a number of presets. This was done one purpose. The idea after all, is to make it fast and easy for the client, and not to overwhelm with the full list of features Revolution Slider provides.
PLEASE NOTE: The save feature does not work at this time. Includes only a subset of features.
jQuery Plugin for Customer Service Built Better!
Ideal for building Call Center scripts for customer service reps to utlize while taking customer calls.
This small library for building a nested set of dialogs based off of a nested html ul list. Imagine having a series of dialogs with yes/no branches for each. Each button (yes, or no) when pressed, opens the appropriate (yes/no) dialog box, which in turn offers another set of yes/no options… and so on, and so on.
The script is written by simply using plain html, as a nested ul list which represents the series of dialogs and its branches. We’ll let jQuery do the heavy lifting, and create all the dialogs for us.