AREA required an expert to guide their development and interaction with their Wordpress team; Zyphon helped guide the executives through decisions, research, and obstacles to make sure the site made them satisfied.
Took a troubled Ruby on Rails project and turned it around, delivering a custom photography e-commerce website.
Supports uploading hundreds of images at once, and automatically extracts EXIF tags from images to populate attendee information and copyright, as well as automatic resizing and watermarking.
The World Trade Center is more than just a building -- it's an association of WTC locations across the globe! They needed a web platform to connect and manage all these locations, supporting communication between each other and with the public, and Zyphon helped other local developers and designers make it happen.
Organizing and making accessible the world's information is an important task, and directories are a big part of that. Whether it's businesses or people or tools, it's wonderful to provide visibility to groups and automate certain tasks like billing, membership, status or location... sometimes even linking up keycard and computer access!
Complete rewrites, restyling, internationalization, corporate proof-of-concepts and more, these are just a few of the dashboards we've worked on, which let executives, employees, volunteers, and customers see what's going on. Usually fully-integrated with business systems to pull data automatically and show it in a simple way.
Many websites need an integrated reservation form, quote system, or other interactive previewer, to give the customer an idea of what they're about to purchase. Here are some examples, which are typically fully-integrated to automatically update based on live data from other business systems.
MetabolicRX Therapy is a system for improving health and fitness, and facilitating communication between patient and healthcare provider. It features a mobile interface, calorie logging, and easy access to reports and healthcare data to track weight loss progress.
Code doesn't just exist on computers and the Internet: these projects involved hardware like Arduinos, to interact physically with the real world. Some control lights, others react based on webcam input, and others take heart-rate measurements to give you a thrill.