There are still a few pages that I am waiting for content for but the products are going into stores tomorrow so the site had to “go live now!” There will be more recipes added over the next few days and the rest of the content should be on the site in the next week or two.
This is a major site for me since it is the first big site I’ve done in coordination with Debbie Brady of Graphically Speaking – a great graphic designer that I met while still working for my previous employer. She is quite a task master, making sure that everything I do is done in keeping with her design! I think we both did quite well!
I am very proud of this site!
Don started the business over 40 years ago supplying model railroad items to people from around the Maritimes. Chuck took the business over several years ago, although Don helped out quite a lot. Chuck saw the benefits of having a web site about that time and got a friend to build him a basic site on Yahoo’s Geocities. That site was very limited and was not easily updated or customized. When Yahoo announced the end of Geocities early in 2009, Chuck decided it was time to move his site to the next level.
Chuck contacted me early in August and we met to determine what was important to him and what he would like to see on the site. He wanted a method of informing his customers of new items and specials in the store. He also wanted to make Don’s HO web site into a community where his customers can share information with others.
So, I got busy and put together a relatively simple site that Chuck and Ian can maintain easily. They will be able to update most of the site themselves posting Notices, Specials, Pre-Order Items, and New Arrivals regularly. Their Photo Gallery with the Customer Photos album and their Shop News (blog) section will allow them to share their customers photos and stories with the model railroading community.
I think it’s a great site and should help the business grow. Time will tell.
(Note: I have to admit that I am a model railroader. If you are interested you can visit my model railroad blog at http://bs-and-t.com)
Shawn Harvey and Gary Somers are proud of their new web site, thanks to Your Digital Coach.
Located at 215 Wyatt Crescent (behind Enman’s Electronics) in Summerside, Prodigy Sports of P.E.I. is your one stop source of quality, brand name, sports equipment, clothing, and promotional material. Browse through their on-line selection and if you see something you like you can either order it or contact them for more information.
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