We just completed a website for the Learner’s Corner. They are a Montreal-based company offering tutoring services in Math and English as a Second Language to primary and secondary school students.
This project was quite fun for us. First of all, it gave us the opportunity to play with many aspects of website design. Rima Eyyi, the director of the Learner’s Corner, contacted us with this project and explained the scope of what they required. We realized immediately that her requirements corresponded perfectly with our design esthetic and functionality expertise.
Over the course of our two in-person meetings and our several phone conversations, we had the freedom to explore many layout options. We used multi-column sections, customized footer sections and, the most creative element of them all, the parallax frame. The whole site took about 30 hours to complete. It contains SEO analysis tools, social media integration, some really cool looking parallax slideshow layouts, Google map integration and a contact form.
The project also provided an opportunity to provide user training for the medium and long term maintenance of the website. Rima was quite inquisitive and had many questions with very practical applications in the future development of the website. It is always a pleasure for us to meet with this type of customer. They have a very clear vision of the elements their website should contain, what the overall esthetic theme will be and how they plan to use the site as a powerful marketing tool. This includes the integration of an SEO tool, its use of the Google Search console and social media publishing.
Therefore, we’re sure that Learner’s Corner is off to a great start in their web marketing strategy. With a steady stream of blog entries, they’ll be able to direct traffic to the website and generate interest in their services. All these factors will certainly contribute to the success of their enterprise.
Check out this link to their website: the Learner’s Corner