From small business websites to online marketplaces to digital currencies, we've designed, developed, and delivered. Check out a sample of our favorite projects below:
Prior to starting Creators Web, Danny and Nicko joined forces on OpenCurrents, a multi-sided platform that rewarded volunteers of nonprofits with a new digital currency: the Current.
Volunteers earned 1 Current for each hour worked, and businesses in the community accepted Currents for partial payment. Nonprofits got new volunteers, businesses got new customers, and volunteers got paid. In fact, participating businesses agreed to value Currents above the hourly rate for a living wage.
We've created demo accounts for you to experience the platform from the perspective of a volunteer, a nonprofit, and a business. The account details will be displayed on the login page.
After a couple underwhelming attempts to bring his delicious Jordanian cuisine to the American masses, Mohammad turned to us for help. While we weren't sold on his newest business name – "Grill Stick" – we knew what he was going for. As we witnessed him masterfully prepare meats on swordlike skewers over an open flame, HOTSWORDS was born.
Relying on orders from delivery apps is a death sentence for restaurants. These apps regularly take 20-30% of the order price when a customer purchases through them. This is why it's absolutely critical for a resaurant's website to be foolproof. A single confusing experience may mean that a customer returns to the comfort of a delivery app, and the restaurant will sacrifice a quarter of their revenue for the life of that customer.
For Hotswords, we simplified. No button hiding your access to food. The "MENU" link is right at the top, or you can simply scroll down to see your options. Everything you need is on a single page.Visit site
Open Path Tutoring
Open Path Tutoring
Prior to Creators Web, Danny Pernik owned and operated Open Path Tutoring. While his web development expertise is focused on the front end, he wanted to challenge himself to build the back end as well. The launch of the website in 2020 was only the beginning, however. The learning process opened up all kinds of possibilities, and he found one avenue after another for adding value to the business through programming and automation.
For example, Danny built a MySQL database consisting of test dates, students, parents, and tutors that would notify relevant parties when registration deadlines were approaching for chosen dates. He also connected the database to Google Calendar and Sheets APIs to send reminder emails to his clients in advance of scheduled sessions, as well as emails to himself when a customer's paid balance was low. He also automated the creation of Math and Language concept worksheets with Google Apps Script. While the front end will continue to be Danny's primary domain, he can support the back end in ways that were not possible a few years ago.Visit site