Polar Fitness had Fusion build their mobile friendly website and now it was time to up their game and hit it harder (see what I did there). After a few meetings we decided that adding eCommerce functionality for products along with the ability for clients to book services directly from the website would help with the UX and make booking hassle free. Now clients can book services out for up to 6 months. New bookings are automatically added to the trainers google calendar and cancelations are set to a custom date range before the session so you cannot back out last minute.
Fraser First Booster Club or FFBC for short came to Fusion looking to revamp their older HTML site. The static website had served it’s purpose but it was time to join the 21st century. After a few meetings we were able to truly learn what functions were the most important moving forward. Responsiveness, and the ability to have “less-tech-savvy” members update things like event calendar and sponsors (screenshot included) were at the top of the list. A integration with Google calendar makes updating events easy. You can see the hero image with donation buttons (screenshot included) as well as a few mockups of the website on different devices.
Alright now, let me tell you a little about RareTracks. RareTracks has been an Ebay seller for more than a decade and deals in collectibles. After some updates and policy changes on Ebays part RareTracks decided it was time to develop their own “home base” as we like to call it. This eCommerce website features a mega menu, more than 50 different product categories and will house around 1000 ~ 2000 products at any time. Enhanced search, image caching, and product tags are used to introduce shoppers to like products in a noninvasive way. This website is as ascetically pleasing as it is functional.
Now this was a fun project! Julie from Polar Physical Therapy and Fitness met John through her work. When the time came and she was ready to get up and running (pun intended) she gave us a call. After a short discovery meeting it was clear that Julie was very interested in giving Fusion full control over the layout and design of her website. It’s difficult to understand how awesome this is unless you’re an artist yourself… Anyway, she’s excited and we had a lot of fun so it was a win win. Her website features a filterable blog and multiple ways to schedule one-on-one and group training.
We started a working relationship with ICB Firearms earlier this year. Fusion has helped them with their branding, logo design, as well as print collateral. Reaching out to Fusion for their website design needs made sense. We developed a simple, easy to navigate site with links to their 3rd party eCommerce store. One of the fun features was pulling in RSS feeds for industry news. The website is not only a portal to their eCom but also provides up to date news.