We’re Back on Track, Once Again
|April 14, 2012||Posted by alex under Site Update|
After more than a few months of inactivity on our end, I’m pleased to announce that development on the JaPache Web Solutions professional website is once again under way and back on track.
To say we’ve been busy, would be to put it too lightly.
I remember making a remark last year, in an earlier Blog post, about how it was high time the website receive a facelift and much needed attention. For a while things were in the fast lane, and the new website was quickly coming together. However, last summer JaPache began what would become its largest single project yet: the complete revamping and re-launching of 21st Century Food’s professional business website.
What was originally planned to be a simple, month-long implementation of SEO work that we did quickly turned into something far more expansive when we discovered that the original site source code was the stuff of nightmares . With a total lack of syntax, intelligible file and table names, and code-duplication that looked like it was pumped out by a factory, the state of 21stcenturyfood.com was what every developer fears walking into.
However, I’m pleased to say that after a countless number of day-long rants, furious blog posts and all nighters spent huddled over keyboard, we succeeded in turning the site into something that was both presentable and functional, and, more importantly, simplified and optimized to the point that traffic has substantially increased, sales have gone up and fewer headaches for the staff over at there office.
Now, with that project nearing its completion, we finally find ourselves with time on our hands once again where we can get back on track and get this website up and running. As you’ve probably noticed by now, provided that you’re a regular visitor (if you’re not, then welcome!) things are starting to look good. The home page has been substantially modified with a fancy new slider and bullet points; the projects section has been expanded to accommodate all the work we’ve done over the past year and everything runs quite a bit smoother than it used.
Be sure to visit our main site, and play around with all the neat new sliders and scrolling features. I promise you you’ll get a kick out if it. I still do.