Lori Katz Group
This was a blog only development project that consisted of providing a blog package along with Twitter and feed setup. The blog was then hooked to this electrical contractor’s main site.
Provided initial Oracle database design and subsequent re-hosting to Sybase. Also provided support in the way of building out referential integrity triggers and stored procedures for use by UI developers.
Glass Bird Photography
This site never really made it past the initial design phase. It was built upon Joomla during a time that we were investigating that platform for supporting CMS sites. We’ve since decided to utilize WordPress for most sites we build.
refr.us / su.rfer
This website was developed mainly for in-house use as a URL shortening service. Development is currently in limbo, though, the shortening of a URL via the web user interface still functions.
This is the website of JVHM, Inc., the company that encompasses WEBphysiology.com. JVHM, Inc. is mainly geared toward the Web offerings managed through WEBphysiology but also has expertise in CRM, database design and development and related areas of software development and consulting.
My Life’s Story
This is a basic landing page for a domain that currently has not been developed. The page does include some Google Adsense Ads and Google Analytics code as well as a link to the related Twitter page.
My Life’s Story – Facebook
This is a Facebook page for a domain that currently has not been developed. The page was set up as a placeholder for building out when the parked website is built out. A Twitter page also has been built out in anticipation of further development.
My Life’s Story – Twitter
This is a Twitter page for a domain that currently has not been developed. The page was set up as a placeholder for building out when the parked website is built out.
U Wanna Beer Daily
This website was NOT developed by WEBphysiology but the page was built as a way to share Tweets from a domain that has not yet been built out but where a strong Twitter following has been developed. This is an example of another way to share with the community before a site has been fully developed.