VenYou websites of 2013

Topic: VenYou CMS

Jan

28

2014

VenYou websites of 2013

Posted By: Ben McCoy

2013 was an interesting year for the World Wide Web. It also resulted in some key enhancements for new VenYou-based websites.   The rise of responsive design The biggest game changer the Web has seen since taking over the world by storm almost 15 years ago is the rise of mobile devices. This, in turn, …Read More

floating-promo-graphic

Dec

10

2013

StructuralGraphics.com now includes Floating Promos

Posted By: Ben McCoy

Structural Graphics® has led their industry from day one. In fact, they invented their industry. And now they’ve worked with Bicycle Theory to create a new custom content resource for the VenYou™ CMS.   Introducing the Floating Promo This promo is designed to follow the user by attaching to the browser frame, instead of placing it …Read More

len-web-01

Nov

26

2013

Chicago or bust: The new Len Druskin website

Posted By: Ben McCoy

As many Twin Cities natives know, Len Druskin is a “3rd generation … family-owned and operated retailer focused on bringing the latest in affordable style to both men and women.” But what many of the hometown fans might not realize is that Len Druskin – or rather, Len – is now expanding into the Chicago …Read More

ven-web-01

Nov

11

2013

VenYou.com gets a facelift

Posted By: Ben McCoy

Bicycle Theory clients and prospects may have noticed a small change to VenYou.com recently – a facelift designed to make learning about VenYou even easier.   Responsive Design The biggest change to VenYou.com is that we’ve updated the user interface. What once was an ‘adaptive design’ that allowed tablets and desktop users to easily view …Read More

mnc-web-01

Oct

29

2013

Women Run The Cities gets a new website

Posted By: Ben McCoy

Bicycle Theory is pleased to announce that it recently helped MNCREW (Minnesota Commercial Real Estate Women) design and produce a new website for their Women Run The Cities event – one of ESPN’s Top Five Races for Women in the Country. Leveraging Bicycle Theory’s VenYou™ Basic website package, the new website now features a clean, …Read More

venyou-vs-drupal

Oct

16

2013

VenYou versus Drupal

Posted By: Ben McCoy

I’ve been sitting on this for a while because there isn’t much about Drupal that hasn’t been addressed in the previous two posts. But there is still one thing to be discussed – scale.   David and Goliath Drupal, Joomla, and even Magento are gigantic CMS platforms. VenYou, on the other hand, is not gigantic. …Read More

cae-web-00

Oct

7

2013

California’s AEOE.org Gets a Redesign

Posted By: Ben McCoy

The Association for Environmental and Outdoor Education (AEOE) – California’s affiliate of the North American Association of Environmental Educators (NAAEE) – recently completed phase 2 of their multi-phase Web strategy with Bicycle Theory.   Phase 1 – Member Registration System (MRS) Phase 1 included the creation of a member registration system that allowed AEOE members …Read More

venyou-vs-squarespace-image

Sep

4

2013

VenYou vs. Squarespace

Posted By: Ben McCoy

In this second round of Choosing a Content Management System (CMS), we pit Bicycle Theory’s VenYou™ CMS against the up-and-coming Squarespace platform.   Introductions Squarespace is a great new solution that makes creating and managing brochure websites a snap. It also has an e-commerce version for clients that want to get into the online retail …Read More

venyou-vs-wordpress-image

Aug

26

2013

VenYou vs. WordPress

Posted By: Ben McCoy

In this first round of Choosing a Content Management System (CMS), we pit Bicycle Theory’s VenYou™ CMS against the ever-popular WordPress platform.   Introductions VenYou is Bicycle Theory’s proprietary CMS. It allows us to produce incredibly high-quality websites that are incredibly easy to manage. It is uniquely designed for content administrators, making it easy to …Read More

choosing-a-cms

Aug

26

2013

Choosing a Content Management System (CMS)

Posted By: Ben McCoy

Like many things in life, most people don’t think much about content management systems until they need one. And as you would suspect, there are many options out there – each with it’s own set of strengths and weaknesses. At Bicycle Theory, we spend a considerable amount of time talking to prospects and clients about …Read More