Design, built, hosting of this website. Originally this site had beautiful full responsive food menu’s, but due to all the changes during the Covid crisis the client decided to use PDF menus. When the time will be there we can restore the beautiful menu’s with images and prices of all food and drinks.
Design, build and migration of AQV-Systems.nl Marcel Luijendijk started importing and selling water-filter systems almost 20 years ago. In 2017 they expanded by acquiring AQV Systems from Belgium. The AQV website was running on Prestashop and suffered from several problems, so Marcel requested me to build a complete new webshop in WooCommerce. Obviously Marcel wanted… Read more
This website I designed and built for Chema in Estepona at the Costa del Sol. Special features are: Fully featured Restaurant Menu Reservation module Integration with FaceBook posts Too bad for Chema that he had to decide to close down the restaurant due to the Corona crisis. This is also the reason that his website… Read more
Design & build of the new Orange Insurances website As we have seen in similar cases, the existing website has become more rapidly obsolete than expected. But also new powerful features required a completely new build from startup. Integrated features Responsive for displaying perfectly on desktop as well as mobile devices Multi-lingual Integrated chat-window, so… Read more
Time goes so fast…. within a blink of an eye your website is obsolete. Salma also realised that not only her website didn’t display everything anymore, but also the content was out-dated. So I made her a modern website that displays super on desktop and mobile devices! Below a screenshot of the problematic old website.… Read more
Improvements Paul the enthusiastic owner of Ambrosia Bistro Bar in San Pedro at the Costa del Sol requested me to have a look at their website for possible improvements. The website had been built only a couple of years back and was already “responsive”, meaning that it was well displayable at mobile devices. But especially… Read more