Monday, May 2nd, 2011
Debby at Hungry Oven needed a magazine style website that covered a great deal of content. She also wanted her staff to be able to have control over the content. We worked closely with her team to develop a WordPress theme that met all of these needs. There were a great deal of customizations done to meet all of the requirements.
I’m looking forward to enrolling my daughter into a class so she can prepare an evening meal once in a while.
Tuesday, March 15th, 2011
Tactical Actions Group (TAG) came to BashBang looking to update their website. They were happy with the overall design of the site but needed work done to make it more functional.
They needed the ability to make copy and minor images updates to their website without working through a developer. This required a CMS. They also needed their site to be search engine compatible and to work on a iPhone/iPad. Their site was created in Flash many years ago and didn’t do the SEO very well nor did it work in the iOS devices.
BashBang build a WordPress skin based on their current design. We made design and usability improvements where necessary. We also built them a nice submission form for recruiting purposes and class signup purposes.
All of these changes resulted in a far higher ranking on the targeted keywords in google providing the site with better traffic as well as higher volumes of recruit submissions.
Tuesday, January 18th, 2011
BashBang built Access-Strategy a quick and dirty WordPress site with an off the shelf style. We did a few edits to the design template and incorporated a couple standard plugins. This is one of the fastest websites we’ve every produced. So quick in fact we didn’t even charge for it, although Nicole still owes me a dinner for our efforts.
Monday, November 1st, 2010
O2 asked BashBang to develop a video sharing site to allow educators to share teaching videos on various topics. O2 produced the design and BashBang took care of the technical design and programming aspects. We took phpMotion as a starting point, and rewrote about 90% of the software’s front end and about 50% of the backend. We also added our moderation tools to phpMotion to allow O2 staff to preview content before it was released to the site users.
BashBang also took care of the server setup and config and post launch was responsible for server monitoring and maintenance.
Wednesday, October 27th, 2010
BashBang has worked with TMTI on several different online tutorial projects. TMTI produced the interface, design and animations and BashBang took care of programming the Flash AS3 code.
Monday, August 2nd, 2010
On Saturday October 2, 2010 Brandi Chastain will be hosting a testimonial soccer game honoring her career and raising funds for her new Reach uP! Foundation. Brandi wants to celebrate the end of her professional soccer career with her friends, family, fans, and community.
BashBang was asked to work with Beati Productions to create the event website. Beati provided the design services and BashBang was in charge of the technical portion of the job.
Wednesday, July 28th, 2010
Lady Treble and the Seven Notes is a children’s book written to teach kids about music. The author came to BashBang Productions to produce the website that would be used to promote the book and be a destination for kids to learn more about music and the characters in the book.
Friday, July 2nd, 2010
Our own corporate website needed a fresh look so it was time we rebuilt it. We moved from a full Flash site over to a WordPress driven site (we’re fans of WordPress for our client sites too).
TheBigToyBook.com Private Sale
Thursday, July 1st, 2010
The Big Toy Book came to BashBang Productions to customize their “Magento” ecommerce application.
Thursday, June 24th, 2010
BashBang Productions took over development of the virtual world project ZulaWorld.com. We worked closely with the staff at Zula to redesign many of the rooms within ZulaWorld and redesign the user interface. We also rewrote much of the backend code to provide easier maintenance, reliability, and substantially optimized the assets.
BashBang also redesigned the systems architecture to remove all single points of failure while simultaneously reducing the hosting costs by 300%.
This project involved a Flex frontend, RubyOnRails scripting for the server side logic, MySQL database and SmartFox Server for the multiplayer functionality.
Thursday, February 25th, 2010
SD Entertainment was looking for a more modern looking corporate website to exhibit the work they’ve done on several well known animation projects (such as Angelina Ballerina, Bob the Builder, Care Bears, Winnie the Pooh, Bratz Babyz, Finster and Mulan II). The great talent at SD Ent. are more than capable of producing this website on their own, but as with many businesses, they were just too busy to do their own work. BashBang was able to design and produce the site that SD Ent. envisioned while keeping within the clients budget.
Saturday, November 14th, 2009
Laurie Schacht was looking for a team to help take her vision of a website where moms could gather to share information about the latest toys.
BashBang built the site starting by customizing WordPress and the wp-ecommerce plugin to fit Laurie’s custom requirements.
Monday, October 19th, 2009
Monday, June 1st, 2009
Max On Snax® speaks to 3-5 year olds by getting them excited about good nutrition and teaching them simple recipes that they are empowered to create themselves.
BashBang worked with Lori Osiecki (LoriO to us) to create the Max On Snax Flash website. A few games, some download assets and of course clips from the show. And what would a healthy eating site be without a recipe!?
Tuesday, May 26th, 2009
Monday, May 4th, 2009
Kathylee Forrester required a new website for her dear friend Patches the Bear. Patches is not only a very cute and cuddly stuffed bear he’s also a tool that parents and child workers can use to help communicate with children. Patches comes with eight emotion face symbols that children can choose to display on their bear used to communicate their own feelings.
We used Word Press as a base for developing the site and skinned it to meet Kathylee’s requirements.
Thursday, March 5th, 2009
This site was developed and is maintained by BashBang Productions. We worked with Cupcakes’ in-house designer in the design phase and then created the site’s Flash components, database and administrative tools.
Tuesday, March 3rd, 2009
Our good friends at TC Digital were in the process of redeveloping their chaoticgame.com website, which is also an online trading card game engine. BashBang was asked to help them by developing several Flash elements including the primary navigation that included holographic effects and a feature window on the index page. The system needed to be able to support color changing for user selected styles as well as allow for multi-languages (English, French, Italian, German, Portuguese, and Spanish).
Monday, January 12th, 2009
Monster Media, a small video production company in Victoria, BC approached BashBang requesting a low cost Flash-based website that they could be easily updated. We produced their site in a few days and designed it so the client could make updates via easy edits to xml files. The client was very happy with the results.
Zula World Games
Monday, November 24th, 2008
BashBang ported several of the Flash AS2 games that were designed for the original zula.com website over to AS3 to work in the ZulaWorld.com website. Due to the nature of ZulaWorld this was a major undertaking which required some creative technical tricks.