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Horse Community Journals Inc.

Programming: Intellect Solutions Inc.
Thursday, November 5, 2015
Horse Community Journals Inc.
Horse Community Journals Inc. is an award winning publisher, proudly serving all sectors of Canada’s horse community: riders, drivers, coaches, trainers, breeders, farm and stable owners, and the various businesses that serve and support the horse industry.
 
Intellect Solutions Inc. was contacted to assist with various concerns with the initial website application. Intellect was also able to resolve many performance issues.

Downtown Langley Business Association

Programming: Intellect Solutions Inc.
Tuesday, January 13, 2015
Downtown Langley Business Association

Intellect Solutions Inc. is pleased to support the Downtown Langley Business Association through a custom CMS website.

The Downtown Langley Business Association website is a full-featured responsive CMS featuring a randomized slider rotation based on a custom shape grid, custom content areas, a blog-type calendar and multiple customized Views.  The website also utlilizes taxonomy for displaying a custom search of over 600 businesses, which are sorted by multiple categories, displayed in a configurable real time map, as well as a custom gallery with sub-gallery support. Read more »

University of British Columbia - Department of Civil Engineering

Programming: Intellect Solutions Inc.
Friday, January 17, 2014
University of British Columbia, Department of Civil Engineering
UBC, Department of Civil Engineering required an update to their existing website and wanted to make use of the Drupal 7 UBC CLF (Common look and feel), a UBC supported base theme built atop the Twitter Bootstrap framework.
 
Intellect Solutions Inc. was contracted as the development arm to work in conjunction with Serengeti Design Group Inc., and a professional usability expert. 
 

Do I Need A Mobile Responsive Website?

It has become a mobile world.  What does this mean for that website you just refreshed a couple of years ago?

Perhaps less than you think... Read more »

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