The Opera Company of Philadelphia wanted a contrast on its web site between its strongly colored and styled season brochures and the more elegant and traditional image of company itself. We provided a highly visual double-shell -- one for the corporate area and one for the current season. Encapsulated in the site is a full e-commerce implementation for online subscription sales.
Florida Grand Opera requested a website centered around a calendar of events. We implemented a site with the calendar incorporated in every page and re-inforced the concept by prominently displaying the "upcoming events" in the site's home page. The website contains custom implementations enabling the company to sell online new subscription, subscription renewals and single tickets. The site also contains a gift shop and gift certificates.
The ACOR board requested a highly visual design with sections which could be easily printed out. The key pages in the site offer visitors the option of switching to "printer friendly" versions. The site also includes a Discussion Forum (Bulletin Board) and a Speaker's Directory, both of which are password protected.
The Hope Area Chamber of Commerce board of directors requested a site that would capture the spirit, charm and quality of life in a small town, while at the same time conveying the town's privileged geographical location. We implemented a flat-file database driven site, geared primarily towards visitors seeking detailed information about the community for relocation purposes.