DevraWeb clients are a diverse bunch. Here are brief descriptions to their websites, with links:
Serenity Pharmaceuticals Corporation is a privately owned company developing a new product and wanted a site to provide information to potential investors as well as to begin building consumer awareness. The site has a formal feel and its 50+ web pages are structured only three levels deep. Some sections require the visitor to log-in for access but visitors may not register themselves — registrations are limited and handled manually behind-the-scenes. Currently the client is re-evaluating the content so for the moment the content items are not visible.
This site enables Dr. Gregory Lombardo to not only promote his book, but also, via the blog page (News&Notes), to provide additional information and resources. Of course the site includes links to buy the book on Amazon or Barnes & Noble.
Alina Milan is a physical fitness trainer specializing in Pilates. She not only wanted a site to provide information about her classes and private training sessions, she also wanted to post articles and tips, blog style (Core Notes). Alina’s site also offers a newsletter sign-up so that visitors can receive her Core Notes postings via email.
The International Psychoanalysis web site, originally designed to be a group blog, grew to include several additional pages when the owner wanted his site to be a one-stop psychoanalytic web browsing site. The static pages are listed in a horizontal menu near the top of the page. Additionally, this site is programmed to support advertising.
The Future of Psychoanalytic Education web site is a simple 8-page website with static pages designed to provide information about a conference. When the conference is over the site might be removed….or not. It’s not meant for repeat visits — once a visitor gets the info they have little if any need to return.
Dr. Arnold D. Richards — this is a fairly complex static site serving dual purposes of an online CV/resume (including a comprehensive publications list) and a platform from which to announce and promote events and conferences. Some sections (such as Bio/CV and Publications) split into multiple pages.
Simplicity and elegance were the guiding principles for creating song-stylist Nancy Wilson‘s site. Beyond simple publishing her bio and press photos, Ms. Wilson wanted her fans to have a place they could browse through photos from across the decades and peruse her recording history to find out which album(s) that favorite song is on. Other requirements included the ability to contact multiple people via email without displaying the email addresses, and allowing users to self-register so that they might access specific sections of the site where access is limited to registered visitors.
John Levy‘s site is fairly complex in that its goal is to provide information about him, his past history, his present projects, and his clients. The site is mostly static, with main pages updated only when there is a new major event or project. However, his clients’ schedules are always up-to-date as those pages are dynamically generated from a current database.