My daughter really likes number guessing games so…here’s one.
This is a math quiz that I built for my daughter who is currently obsessed with dragons (specifically, anything related to the How to Train Your Dragon universe) and unicorns. I built a word problem engine that combined fun scenarios with random numbers. She already loves math, but this made it extra fun for her!
Pig is a simple dice game which in its basic form is playable with just a single die. You win by being the first player to score 100 or more points.
Each player throws a die and scores as many points as the total shown on the die providing the die doesn’t roll a 1. The player may continue rolling and accumulating points (but risk rolling a 1) or end his/her turn.
If the player rolls a 1 his/her turn is over, they lose all points accumulated that turn, and it becomes the next players turn.
First person to 100 wins!
This is a blogging site that offers supplementary marketing for Traditional Martial Arts Academy. Email marketing alerts site subscribers to new content which is integrated with online specials for the martial arts school. This has been an extremely effective source of new business for the school.
This a site built to serve a separate branding effort for Traditional Martial Arts Academy self-defense programs. Self-Defense ATX offers seminars and community outreach in the Austin, TX area.
The site provides regularly updated basic information and registration functionality. Look for a blog to be added to the site soon!
This is a second generation website for a mixed (brick-and-mortar and online) wellness consulting business. This has been built as a basic branding and information-source site with plans to add new functionality including blogging and online-sales in the near future.
As this is a health-industry business, we followed HIPAA compliance rules for protecting information provided by leads and clients. This included setting up secure communication portals (texting, email, messaging, phone) and data collection (online forms and information storage) using third-party vendors.
This is the fifth generation website for a martial arts school in a competitive market. This brick-and-mortar business is in a physical retail environment that gets little foot traffic, so a lack of “walk-ins” was a problem. We used an iterative web design process that refined the school’s message and improved user-experience to increase conversion rates to build an effective website. This was then combined with an ongoing email and social media marketing campaign to drive new, qualified traffic to the site.
Now, over 80% of the school’s enrollment comes from online sources!
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