The vision for Teen Days Out was a Website which provided for all the fun needs of teenagers and young people. The main reason for visiting the Website would be to find out about current events and attractions, acquire information on movies, shows and various other productions, watch movie trailers and videos, read reviews and connect with ticket sellers. The Website would provide its resources for free and income would be generated through advertising and selling advertising space.
Ample space needed to be allocated in the design for a large amount of ad listings and banners. The main Website users would include parents, guardians, young people and affiliate partners, so the design had to cater for people of all ages and backgrounds. Because of the nature of the Website, it would require updating on a regular basis. To keep the Website running costs to a minimum, the Website alterations would be undertaken by the client themselves.
Because the Website is multifunctional, requires complex user interaction and was to be managed by someone with very little Web technical knowledge; a Content Management System (CMS) seemed the best solution. A Joomla CMS Website was chosen because its user-friendly administration area would make managing the diverse Websites content relatively easy to perform. The Website is multifunctional performing a range of functions such as image gallery display, newsletter subscription and sending. It would also provide activities directories, events calendars and multi-field forms. The Multi-field forms obtain all the required personal information needed to subscribe to newsletters, purchase advertising space or join the partner/affiliate programs.
I found Clean Cut Web Design via a quick web search. Leigh immediately grasped my web concept and set to work on producing a design proposal. I was delighted by the professionalism of his approach and he provided what was promised. Even after the project was completed Leigh has continued to provide ongoing training support and I thank him for all of his hard work. Without his dedication my project would still be stuck at the drawing board stage.