Should you trust web developers who use a single page for their company website? That depends on the why.
In our case, it is "d." Like the busy cobbler, we are too focused on delivering for clients to worry much about ourselves. Don't worry, we are building our expanded site, but for now, we prefer our kid go barefoot.
Our new site will house Site Builder Lab which is our space to share with the world the code and development practices we use in our daily work. Drop us an email and we will notifiy you when it launches.
Busy Noggin, Inc.
2405 Hunters Run
Flower Mound, Texas 75028
As a corporation, Busy Noggin has been in operation for over five years, but the professional experience of its people goes much deeper.
Ron Hall, president of the company, has been involved in various disciplines of professional communications for over 30 years including commercial photography, graphic design and web development. He served 17 years as communications director of a large non-profit before founding Busy Noggin Digital. Ron is also a board member of DSVC, the Dallas Society of Visual Communicators.
Jeff Segars, chief code architect, has been coding professionally for 10 years and is deeply experienced in multiple programming languages. He is also a member of the international core team of TYPO3, an enterprise-level web content management system.
What should you know about these and the other people working on your project? We have a knack for figuring stuff out. Especially stuff with lots of parts. Stuff like websites. We enjoy the challenge of pulling together all the various technologies and disciplines needed to develop truly dynamic, visually-effective and maintainable web solutions.
10,000 Products with Sophisticated Data Handling
TRI-KES is a multi-state distributor of wall coverings who places a high emphasis on customer service. The site was a joint project with Matchbox Studio, a Dallas design firm. Matchbox came up with a well-thought, clean visual design. Busy Noggin took the Photoshop files and built the site to match the mockups.
The vision for the site is to serve as a tool for architects and interior designers to use in finding and specifying wall coverings. This site sports very sophisticated features which include:
Fogo de Chao is an upscale Brazilian Steakhouse with 22 locations on two continents. This project was jointly developed with Fusionista Advertising in Dallas, Texas. Fusionista provided Photoshop mockups to Busy Noggin who faithfully reproduced them on the web.
Busy Noggin built the site on an enterpirse-level content management system which allows the customer to manange the site with non-technical personnel. The site sports photo galleries, lightboxes, video, an interactive map and other interface enhancements.
The site integrates with an external reservation system and a seperate gift card site. The main site supplies code to the gift card site so the look of the two sites stays synchronized.
Initially this software company brought us in to finish off an existing project and bring it to launch.
Later they supplied us with a mockups of a new visual design which we coded and integrated into the content management system. The site sports YouTube video elements and connections to Sales Force lead tracking.
This large church is interesting because it has four physical campuses. The site has several hundred pages and serves content based on which campus the user selects. The content is about 80% common with 20% unique to a campus. Google sees it as only one site which strengthens SEO.
Busy Noggin worked with a multi-developer team and handled the integration of the content management system which runs the site.