I can create pages for you to look at very quickly. Then you can suggest changes and decide the level of perfection that is affordable for you. We can repeat this process in small steps of continuous improvement and enrichment.
Technically speaking ... I like to develop in iterations, as suggested by the agile methods.
That includes conversations with the user (who was quite pleased and excited). The features include
- full maintenance of events, without losing sight of the "big picture" (the monthly calendar that gets updated as soon as the user changes an event)
- graphic representation of room occupancy for each location of the organization (based on the event records)
Feel free to play with it - what you see here is a demo. If you enter public, denominational events, you should see them displayed at this event listing page (pointed out below as an example of a friendly page)
Friendly and Pretty Pages
Isn't it easy to find your way around this event calendar? Notice, how the thumbnail calendar on the left follows your move if you click on an event.
Technically speaking ... I am very excited by the interactivity made easy by AJAX and JQuery .. and I try to make the most of it.
I take pride in building reliable and extensible functionality, from the rollover texts for links to a sophisticated legal document listing. The example I am showing here is a page with a Find a Person feature,
Quite naturally you want to be in control of the content displayed on your site. These days it's easy!
I like to be creative!
I like the way guinea fowls are beautiful in their own, nonconventional way.
That's why I like to use pictures like the one above.