Bingo Hideout, one of the UKâ€™s biggest gaming comparison sites has recently undergone a key website redevelopment. Its new approach has made the site not only more aesthetically pleasing but much easier to use and navigate.
Online PR News – 08-September-2010 – – The new site is constructed by Joomla Junkie and is a modern; standards based website developed using the Morph Template development framework. The operation brief largely consisted of tasks such as a custom design with a real emphasis on creating unique viewpoints for the sites landing pages. Joomla Junkie co founder and owner Andrew Neale took the role of lead developer for the new site. He explained that having Joomla and Morph as the key tools in the operation meant that no time was wasted in the development building a template, this in turn meant the teams developers â€˜could concentrate on making the projects unique features as evident as possibleâ€™.
Andrew continues that â€˜Joomla provided a post from which to add, build, and publish the sites content, components, and menus,â€™ and that they used Morph to â€˜Build the template (themelet) from a custom design cutting off valuable build timeâ€™ The chosen process meant that the development was as quick and painless as possible, the fact that Morph has so many options built in to the software meant constructing and extending the websiteâ€™s functionality was also very simple.
Andrew continues to inform me that two years of hard work has gone into improving the Morph toolset; he now considers it to be the best in the business of Joomla template development. Tom Thorn, Technical Director at Solid Digital Marketing, the company that own Bingo Hideout is overjoyed with the success of the build. â€œThis toolset is a great product; even with a limited knowledge of web development it makes a simple process of what can often be a difficult job. The feature possesses every single tool you might need to maximise the consumerâ€™s experience at your site. At Bingo Hideout the team have enjoyed the development process so much that they cannot wait to take the product to market.â€™