*tax not included
-All websites are made to be responsive/adaptive to screen resolution (look nice, are practical and usable on different mobile devices, like tablets and mobile phones)
-Prices are negotiable, and may vary based on requirements
I’m not very fond of praising my work, so I’ll let it tell its story for itself.
ACTAC (АГТИС) is a Macedonian NGO.
The website is based on a simple CMS flat-file CMS, that makes it exceptionally fast and easy for the PC to render, very easy to maintain, and even migrate to a more complex CMS solution in future.
A very light flat-file CMS powers this website. It’s fast, responsive and very easy to use. Migration to a more powerful CMS is possible anytime if required. Considering the not so heavy data to show, it shows the content the straight and easy way.
Electric Service Tale
A very simple website, driven by one of the most powerful CMS today. It’s very user friendly, and integrates most common technologies of the modern web. It’s focused on the specific services of the client, and simplicity of use.
A simple and lightweight website, with yet interesting design. It’s driven by a very simple flat-file CMS, combined with a bootstrap supported theme, and customized CSS. Shows the information through a classic, and at the same time a modern menu built specially for the front page.
This bridal shop website integrates a simple flat-file CMS solution, built with a heavily customized template. It shows an impressive, functional, and yet very simple design. In fact, it’s most powerful feature is it’s simplicity and easiness of use.
This NGO website has a complex structure, and is driven by one of today’s most popular CMS solution. It has more different customized pages and a heavily tweaked template to fit clients requirements.
A website driven by a popular CMS, made to deliver a large quantity of information in a simple way. A special effort was made to organize the information, so it’s very easy to use and find the required information.
This is an ever-lasting hobby project, that might become a real project some day. It’s focused on speed and user friendliness, meant to be used as a browser homepage on any device.