We develop beautiful, user-friendly websites, using the latest technologies.
- Custom CMS
The Kentucky YMCA Youth Association website had a lot of content, but navigation and organization made it difficult to use the site. We developed a unique complex navigation system with dynamically generated mega menus and sidebar accordion menus. And our custom event calendar has helped make event information easier to find.
The Broadway-bound musical Starry is part of a new generation of musical theatre that leverages social media for marketing and promotion. We developed a site that takes advantages of Pinterest, Instagram, Facebook and Twitter to help create a dynamic, cohesive online presence.
The Professional Association for Industrial Distribution at Texas A&M is a student-run organization that helps students connect with industry partners for job placement and internships. PAID had an old website that was slow, difficult to navigate, hard to update, and that had grown confusing after years of content being updated by different people without standards. PAID approached Metaglyphics to develop a new, responsive, user-friendly site that would be easy to maintain and update. We created a new look and feel, and we reorganized the content into a more intuitive structure. We also delivered a site with form-based content entry to help ensure that future updates will be consistent and the site will stay organized.
1800 Anytyme wanted to revamp their website to improve SEO and conversions. They came to Metaglyphics with to help create a modern, friendly design and to consolidate their old site’s several hundred pages into a sleeker, easier to navigate site that has helped increase sales substantially.
Quantimetrix, a producer of laboratory quality control supplies, came to Metaglyphics to completely overhaul its existing WordPress site. The old site was outdated, and relied on a theme and plugins that we no longer actively maintained. We developed a new theme based on client-supplied designs to create a robust, secure solution that is responsive, easy to navigate and SEO-friendly
Newegg.com, an online retailer of computer hardware and software, came to Metaglyphics to develop a microsite for their Intel store. We developed this responsive WordPress site for their Unlocked promotion. Features include multiple sliders, custom post types, social integration and a flexible masonry/mosaic grid layout.
Young, Zinn & Bate LLP is a full service boutique law firm practicing all aspects of employment law and litigation as well as general business and real estate law and civil litigation. They approached Metaglyphics to build a new site with custom modules for attorney bios and practice descriptions.
The Lil Mamas is a popular parenting blog that has experienced exponential growth over the past few years. That growth was overtaxed their original website, which would load slowly and crash frequently. We developed a new site with integrated social media and content sharing, dynamic, opt-in newsletters, and enhanced security to protect the site. We were able to completely rebuild the site and get the Lil Mamas back in business in a matter of days. Since the relaunch, the Lil Mamas website has grown to over 10,000 daily visitors. The site has been mentioned multiple times in publications such as People Magazine on television shows including The Today Show and Shark Tank.
When Skechers launched their new line of shoes for tweens, they turned to Metaglyphics to put their vision online. With a small turnaround imperative, we built the site using the powerful Concrete5 content management system. We also developed an interactive map to help visitors locate the nearest retailer, anywhere in the world!
The Second Disc began as a WordPress.com hosted blog. After five years, the site had long outgrown those humble origins. In conjunction with its fifth anniversary, the blog launched a record label, and the team decided it was time to become a more robust website. Metaglyphics designed a fun, retro interface, catering to the client’s affinity for mid-century, atomic-era design. We developed an enhanced taxonomy to help categorize an archive of several thousand reviews and news items into genres and formats, making it possible to filter the site down to specific topics. We also developed as a centerpiece of the site, an enhanced release calendar, which allows the site to provide a comprehensive list of upcoming releases, filterable by artist and genre, and including affiliate links to purchase items, significantly boosting affiliate commissions for the site.
Scirens is a group of science enthusiastic actresses whose mission is to share and discuss science news, advocate for its literacy and inspire scientifically infused entertainment in all forms. The group consists of four core members: Taryn O’Neill, Christina Ochoa, Tamara Krinsky and Gia Mora. Within 24 hours of launch, the website was featured on the popular website IO9!
Custom WordPress site for Broadway star Jason Graae (“A Grand Night For Singing”, “Falsettos”, “Stardust”, “Snoopy!”, “Forever Plaid.”) wanted a new website that he could easily maintain. With a busy concert schedule, Jason wanted a site with a prominent calendar that would let his fans know about upcoming performances.
The Lee List is an exclusive, invitation-only community of Entertainment Professionals in the Arts, and their trusted friends and families. The list began as an email blast so that artists could exchange sublets, temporary rentals and buy and sell merchandise within a safe community. Eventually, the list grew to the point where it made more sense to be a private online community. We build a secure ecommerce solution, allowing members exclusive and private access. We built a classified ad application that allows users to safely and privately post their items for sale or rent, or to find products and services
Jerome had an outdated website which was difficult to update. It was also built in Flash, which made him invisible to iPad and iPhone users. We developed a modern, responsive site that highlights his busy performing and teaching schedule. Since he had fantastic photos (by Jesse Weiner), we designed the site to present the content around those iconic images.
The Kithara Project is a collective of guitarists working to promote the guitar and with it, to create, perform, educate, engage, and empower in socially responsible ways. Metaglyphics developed a fully responsive site with extensive multimedia presentation and a dynamic platform for accepting donations, either one-time or recurring.
Tommy Wooh, a talented art director, designer, vfx artist, photographer, and feature screenwriter, wanted a site to showcase his portfolio. Because he works in so many different disciplines, he wanted a site that could easily present a wide array of materials to help him tell his story.
Crunchynotes was featured as a case study by WP-Types! Responsive website built using the Genesis Framework and a custom theme.. Highlights include: Genesis Framework Responsive design Built-in SEO Advanced Custom Post layouts for tabbed page content Customized lightbox audio player Custom video screencast tutorials in the dashboard that explain how to manage the site
Founded by the International Cinematographers Guild in 1996, the Emerging Cinematographer Awards give promising cinematographers the crucial exposure they need to succeed in the Motion Picture Industry. We developed a modern, responsive site the serve as an archive of past awards and to promote the work of honorees.
Edge Systems Corp. came to Metaglyphics for help developing a large, content-heavy website to market its innovative Edge For Life hydradermabrasion process. We helped develop a content strategy to make the large site easily navigable. We built a responsive site with video, media, image galleries, product sliders, careers database and application submission, and enhanced marketing tools that have helped generate sales leads and improve product visibility.
Smart, sexy, sassy actor/vocalist Gia Mora, a.k.a. Einstein’s Girl, unleashes her signature blend of intellectual prowess and animal instinct on an unlikely pair of human languages: love and theoretical physics. Gia came to Metaglyphics to turn her static website into a content-driven application to promote her show, communicate personally with her audience and sell her album in both physical media and digital downloads.
Jennifer Shelton, a Commercial, Television, Film, and Stage actor in Los Angeles, wanted a new website to showcase her career and highlight her many national commercials. We developed a responsive, clean, WordPress site with several customizations. Features include multiple sliders, custom post types, social integration and a video gallery with thumbnail navigation.