Case Study:

Case Study:

Project: Full WordPress Website Design & Developed

Launched: August 2017

Time Frame: 3 months

Features: Bridge WordPress Theme, Visual Composer, Slider Revolution, Gravity Forms, WooCommerce + Woo Extensions: Composite Products & Product Bundles, Yoast SEO, Content Creation, Custom CSS, and Google Analytics,

Securus Solutions is an authorized dealer for based in Dallas, TX area. Securus Solutions is an expert of DIY and Home Automation devices and offers monthly security monitoring plans to connect with’s security app. Upon being awarded the project, I dived into researching this industry and looking at multiple competitor websites from across the country. I found that most websites were poorly designed and built, but extremely content heavy.

I worked closely with the client on developing the content for the new site. Our client had a lot of the content created it just needed to be modified and molded. I worked with the client to create calls to action, graphics, and more to make the site interactive and engaging for users.

We added WooCommerce to the website and worked to create a custom product, using the Composite Products & Product Bundles extensions, that allows users to create their own build their own security system based on the type of security panel they want to purchase. This essentially guides them through the process of having to find out what hardware they need to get started.

We’ve implemented a Blog for SEO purposes and will post articles frequently educating users about Features, New Home Automation devices and more. This will become a key focus in the coming months as we start to implement an SEO strategy. is on our monthly support plan and will continue to receive updates and support moving forward. A website is never fully complete when launched, so many things need to be tweaked and changed. Especially for new businesses as they are constantly evolving and procedures are changing.

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