Lisa came to us looking for a company that could fix some broken functionality on a new website she started with a friend. She had been taken to the cleaners by another developer who not only failed to fix the problems, but then would not tell her what he had done. We went in and repaired the site so it would function correctly. It was critical these components function flawlessly because the site relies on user submitted content in the form of pictures. Any pitfalls the user experienced during the submission process could turn them off of the site for good.
Once we had the site working flawlessly Lisa wanted to take it to the next level by adding some additional functionality in the form of a “Like” (in this case a heart) type function. She also wanted to make the site fully responsive so users to access, browse, and upload photos directly from their tablets and mobile devices. The existing layout of the site was to remain unchanged. We went to work on the theme and completely stripped it down before rebuilding it on the Twitter Bootstrap framework. It lended itself perfectly to the grid style layout. With the addition of small screen specific dropdown navigation items, the experience is very fluid.
We invite everyone to check it out at theaccidentalheart.com. We know you’ll be seeing hearts!