sim.plified.com

Chris Pollock

Chris Pollock - web developer & ecommerce entrepreneur
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My Latest Creation: Simplified Safety

Just about 18 months ago we conceived of a new web site that was focused on safety solutions.  As we conducted business on Simplified Building Concepts we saw an increased emphasis on safety railing and safety products.   This led us to create an entire site that focused on providing safety solutions and advice.  The site was designed in collaborations with Squared Eye.   Matthew Smith from Squared Eye did a fantastic job working with me to put together a site that is both beautiful and usable.  I highly recommend his services.

I welcome you to visit the site and give feedback (use the black tab on the right side).  In the future I plan on releasing some posts on the ins and outs of the architecture of the site.

Here’s a bit of information about the site:

Simplified Safety is a company specializing in safety products and advice.  We aim to provide customers with tested, top quality safety gear and the appropriate advice to identify the products that are needed by each individual customer.  Working closely with each customer to arrive at a tailored safety solution is how we hope to set ourselves apart in the industry.  Here are a few examples of the safety products we supply: Guardrails, Skylight Protection, Lifeline Systems, Personal Protection Equipment, Harnesses, Lanyards, and more.

 

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  • http://www.donttalktorobots.com Doug Vander Meulen

    Hey Chris,

    Love the site, you and Matthew did a great job. Love all the little effects that are simple and not over the top. What did you use for the shopping cart system? Again, very nice, good work!

  • http://dnacouturela.com Daniel

    Hi Chris,

    You've done a wonderful job on the site for simplified safety. I can say that the essence of that site's core cart functions is EXACTLY what I've been looking for. Would you be available to answer a few questions of mine regarding a very loose integration of EE and Magento (from a Magento noob).

    I'd really appreciate it. -dnacouturela.com is the URL.

    All I am trying to do I suppose is allow customers to view my site, and click "add to purchase order" as if it were a cart.

    Thanks Chris! Your examples gives me hope in Magento

    Daniel
    danchet@gmail.com

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Chris Pollock

Web Developer - proficient in both PHP and ASP.NET.
Rochester, New York

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Work day in London.Micah's new persona is Indian Jones. And he's never even seen the movie! Check out that hat.A very cold walk today. With horses in tow.The real Epping forest.Growing up in the city has taught my boys a few thingsCricket playersIsaac with the car he would love to ownAll aboardPhotoThis guy greeted us on our walk on the common today. He and his sidekick haven't been there before, so when they came trotting round the corner, we Americans got a bit of an adrenaline rush til we figured out he was SUPER friendly!! #englandtrip2017 #eppiSome luck I have these days :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:Easter card construction messPre-Easter cookout at the Nicholson's. Quite the crowd!A walk in the forestDate night in Cambridge.