David Wells

Full Stack Developer

Serverless Architectures
User Experience & Product

Serverless, User Experience & Product


Client: SecondLife via Exygy

Date: 2014

Tags: Site, PHP, WordPress

This was a WordPress site build for Exygy.

We used advanced custom fields in a pretty cool way to give the client 100%(ish) control over page layout.

We also had to incorporate multi-language functionality into the site.

I was in charge of speccing out the site build and managing the build process. The design was from SecondLife

#Modular Page Builds

Advanced custom fields flexible content areas gave the ability to modularly build out the site and allow for drag and dropping of areas for the client

#ACF Flexible Sections

Each section can be clone, reordered, or filled with different content. This means a huge huge number of different page layouts with a single page template.