RedditRatings.com is an experimental application built on the Flask web framework (python scripting language). The app allows reddit communities (“subreddits”) to rate things together directly from the reddit interface.
The app features a script that pulls in user generated reviews from reddit into a local database. The user reviews are then aggregated into “Community Ratings” on the website and archived by category, tag, and subreddit.
I have used the “WP No Category Base” plugin on many sites, but the functionality needed to be extended for use with custom taxonomies.
With the help of Luke Thomas (developer), the WP No Taxonomy Base plugin was created. The plugin allows you to remove the “base slug” for both custom taxonomies and the standard “category” taxonomy.
So if you have a category with the slug “web-design”, the url would be “/web-design/” instead of “/category/web-design/”.
This plugin does exactly what the WP No Category Base plugin does, except it extends the same functionality to custom taxonomies.
I managed the initial development of Salonpas.us and then stepped in when they wanted to add responsive functionality.
The responsive site is completely fluid for any screen size below 960px.
To see the responsive functionality, visit the website on your mobile device or by resizing your browser window.
The symptom checker is a visual category map created for Salonpas customers. It allows customers to highlight an area of the body and find out which Salonpas product works best for that symptom.
I wrote a custom jQuery script that utilized the “qTip” plugin to create the interactive map.
Party With Purpose is an charity organization in Hoboken, New Jersey. They organize events that raise money for local, national, and international charities. They came to Inflexion Interactive for a new website.
The new site features a stunning design integrated into the WordPress platform. The website has all of their important information organized in an accesible format. We made user interaction simple and elegant through a popup “tell-a-friend” email form and newsletter signup.
Responsive web design is the “next big thing” for websites. Responsive sites react to the size of the users browser by changing the layout for different screen sizes. I recently re-skinned InflexionInteractive.com to be completely responsive.
To see it in action, go to InflexionInteractive.com, start resizing your browser, and watch how the website responds.
This is the way to go if you are looking to make your website 100% accessible on any type of device, including mobile!