We have finally released the Selix Formalwear website. Taking on methods and processes that no one else has done was at times tough, but we were able to pull it all together with fantastic results. The site has a mobile theme in place for the smart phone users, flash in place to creatively view their extensive product line and made available the complete line through standard viewing. Complete social integration and so much more. In the Bay area and need a tux, this is a must checkout. The company is fantastic, people are great and the family ownership rocks!
Using Magento on the back-end of this one, with a custom flash interface on the home page. I am using AMFPHP to serialize the data so that everything moves fater that the SOAP calls. Almost done with this one but I am pretty excited to show off what I’ve been able to do so far with Magento, which is a dream by the way. The flash piece support two languages, English & Espanol. Hopefully I’ll have enough time to post some of the flash integration pieces I wrote for Magento and maybe even come out with a module. No promises. Let me know what you think about the design.
Officially released today! This site has some front-end flash done with Magento running the back end with a custom built template. For those who haven’t tried Magento yet and you’re still using OSCommerce or some other open source, php-based commerce app, STOP NOW! Magento, although still needs some work in some places, is great and the community is abundant and super helpful.
Anyhow, check it out here.
Started working on a new project from a great company in Seattle and within 3 days was able to get the concept up with the core od as classes written. This is a work in progress and I will enjoy developing this website.
Finally got to write some more Actionscript 3 classes and get this site close to completion. Been copllaboration with 2 other guys on this, one of them is suppose to finish off the calendar soon. Hope he hurries up because right now it is an eye soar compared to the rest of the site. I gave art direction for this site and execution was above average from the designer, but I had fun with the code
So I’ve finally got some ground work laid out for my flash based eCommerce solution. I’m having fun with the admin portion of it. I added post it notes for the user to leave notes to themselves and had it throw into a table the x/y cord’s of each item. Also created the ability to quickly add a new note and zoom the individual post it notes with a double click. Not a highly functional piece, but a real fun one from a user perspective. I created the user interface to include a menu selection with what I hope to have is a full eLearning video tutorial section. As I write this, I now need to re-code it all in Actionscript 3.0, so I might OpenSource this thing at some point.
Check it out if you want. I’ve stripped out most of the functionality to create a demo site, but you are welcome to take any of the ideas I had from the site. You can get a good idea as to how it works: http://jjborja.com/phyxius/admin/
Username: “demo”(minus quotes)
Password: “demo” (minus quotes)
Completed 3 of 4 proof of concepts for a potential customer today. Had to do this last minute because I was informaed 2 days ago that the owner would be in town and that he is expecting a semi-funtional PoC. Quickly whipped out a flash based site with some minimal functionality. Also added an Employer Login admin site. Feel free to check it out using ‘jjborja’ as the username and ‘password’ for the password. Data is not connected to it so you won;t see anything, but at least you can see the concept.
Look forward to showing you what we did for the expo piece that will be running off a 60″ liquid plasma screen.