The team at Yoghut initially approached me to carry out some minor updates to their current website. Upon inspecting their site I found that it was using a table-based layout, so offered to update the coding of their website to comply with modern, HTML5 standards.
They needed to ability to update the content of their website, for example adding new flavours of yogurt and toppings as and when they needed to - so for that we decided to put the website into WordPress.
One part of the site that was key was an area that would list the flavours of yogurt currently swirling at each store location. For a while they would just add a custom category to each of the flavours they wanted displayed, but after a while this task became a little tedious and time consuming - especially with all the flavours that they needed to show.
We then decided to develop some custom WordPress options that would list all their flavours in a series of drop-down lists, in which they can select the ones they wish to display for each store. This method proved to be a vast improvement to this aspect of their website.http://www.yoghut.com/
- UI Design
- Front-End Dev