Programming Electronics Academy
Branding / Design / Development / AccessAlly Membership
Prior to our project, Michael's original website was a collection of "home-made" ONTRAPages. A DIY site is where we almost all begin. His business is thriving, however, and it was time for him to step up the level of professionalism in his web design.
Emilia came to the rescue. Using the colours of his existing logo as inspiration, she created a modern design in keeping the technical arena in which Michael's business operates.
To the left, you can see one of the longest sales pages we've ever built! For the curious, this site was implemented using the Beaver Builder (affiliate link) theme.
We split Michael's site in two. In addition to designing and building his marketing site, we also created a new home for his membership on academy.programmingelectronics.com. Emilia kept the design consistent between the two sites so that the customer experience was seamless when moving between them.
This was a fun pair of sites to build! Michael enjoys technology as much as I do, and we were able to add features on the membership site to enhance the client experience, as well as features to better automate client management for Michael, and push the limits of AccessAlly (that's my affiliate link for the membership platform we used).
Check out my full case study on Michael's migration from WP Courseware to an AccessAlly website.
Here's what the client said:
"This website is so awesome. I was showing off the academy website dashboard to a business friend in a similar kind of industry. They loved it. So do I - it looks great!"
"Working with Julie was a blast! Every time you start a new big project with a new team, it can be a bit intimidating. Based on what I could gather from Julie's website, people liked working with her. What I really wanted was a detailed oriented team that I could bounce ideas off of (and who would give me options) and one that could manage a big project. That's exactly what I got and more. Julie is very trustworthy, timely, and extremely organised. It was a pleasure working with her on a big project, and hopefully for a long time to come as well."
Michael Cheich, Owner and Instructor, Programming Electronics Academy, Ashtabula, Ohio, USA