Not a huge update today, just documenting work I did earlier this year using responsive WordPress themes. I had an old friend and former boss come to me for some help to create a web site for his business.
His business focuses on two main objectives (copied from his site):
We focus our services on two main processes to support both companies and individuals in the Greensboro, Winston-Salem and High Point area of the Triad in North Carolina.
Our first service is centered around small to medium sized businesses that have real growth potential by using real time tested and proven results. We can help you identify simple to complex improvements for your business using our Business Survey Service.
Our second service centers around individuals seeking to find help in career path and growth guidance. After many years of knowledge and wisdom, our Mentor program can help you get to the next level. We will focus on breaking down walls of truth to unlock your potential.
His primary objective was to have a simple, responsive site to tell his story and have a contact us form. Also knowing the potential of his company , a secured section (portal) for his company to send clients to for filling out the survey (from the survey service).I think we achieved his goals and also secured potential growth for the future by using WordPress.
As I stated, nothing to big here today just another story on how to use WordPress. Stop by and take a look when you get a chance.
The site theme is running: eVision Corporate by eVision Themes which is a very clean and simple multi slide web site. The home page is really neat as it floats over multiple backgrounds.
Key aspects of this theme:
- Integration for sub page content in a slider at the top of the site.
- FontAwesome library – (Icons on home page integration)
- Google Maps integration.
- Simple contact us form integration.
- Mobile responsive.
- Compatible with Woo-Commerce (for creating an online store).
I hope you enjoy seeing a simple web site using responsive WordPress Themes.