Tech-Tamer built a simple web presence for Amazing Grace Kids when the preschool first opened in 2010. The school’s director had been able to make simple edits to the site from the start, but she wanted more control and, when she mentioned her desire to start a blog as well, we made the decision to […]
Our client provided a banner for this site and asked Tech-Tamer to implement a crisp, content-focused blog. We chose to build it using WordPress so that our client could easily update the site herself as well as manage a group of student contributors.
Go4Ivy.com (also Go4College.com) offers guidance on selecting colleges to high school students, and, for a fee, predicts their chances of admissions to selected schools based on a detailed questionnaire. Tech-Tamer completely re-wrote over 15,000 lines of legacy ASP code from the original site and added significant convenience features for the site’s customers and administrators. The […]
Our cient is a math curriculum coordinator for a public school district in Maine. She asked us to give her a way to provide online games for students, materials for parents and teachers and other resources to support her and the students, families and teachers in her district. WordPress’ robust categorization tools were used to […]
Our client wanted a fresh new look and a fully responsive experience for her site, which we originally built in 2008. This February 2015 redesign features a dramatic background photo that, like the rest of the site, changes dynamically to suit screens at different sizes and widths.
The Center for Teen Empowerment approached designer Maureen Precopio, who had done print work for them before, looking to build a website to market the book Moving Beyond Icebreakers, written by CTE founder Stanley Pollack and his co-author Mary Fusoni. Maureen asked Tech-Tamer to build the site that she designed for them. The site’s content isn’t […]