Client – Matthew Prychun (MATAO)
Company – Matao Inc.
Site – Matao.ca
Tasks – Matthew had an existing web site that was built in Flash, and he was pretty happy with the site in terms of looks. But he needed more.
The site was difficult to update properly, with photos, posters and events. When he wanted to add images to the gallery, they never looked the same as other images, and the calendar was a basic Google Calendar embedded into the site.
He needed it to be easier for him to update, easier to add images that all look and work right, a proper calendar and most of all it needed to work in all browsers and mobile devises. At the time, his site did none of that.
Since he had been pleased with the current design, I took a few screen shots of the site, then rebuilt it all in CSS and HTML5, then built it on the wordPress CMS platform. I made a few design tweaks along the way, but very minor. Most of the work was rebuilding the site using code, and then redoing the content for each page.
It is a very unique style of WordPress site, as it does not use any normal menu, but rather an image based menu on the bottom of the page (Matao is very photogenic :D).
Once the site was online, further enhancements were done to make it a more functional website, by expanding on the written content where none existed before, adding videos, and putting in proper meta tag information and alt tags, user commenting as well as adding high-resolution Event Poster templates for venues to download.
The site was good, but now it is great. Fully loaded and ready to properly promote Winnipeg’s Master Mind Hypnotist.
Enjoy the show from the audience and watch Canada’s Premiere Stage Hypnotist at work. Matao, Winnipeg’s Master Mind Hypnotist, has been entertaining crowds since he was just 12 years old, and at the age of 15 he began to travel and tour and at the time one of Canada’s Youngest Hypnotists. Matao is currently Manitoba’s only certified stage Hypnotist and Hypnotherapist with a Bachelors Degree in Psychology.
PS: He is big on charity. All show proceeds go directly to Cancer Care Manitoba.