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Pink Piggy™ is a mobile coin-changing and converting service that makes it easy for you to turn your loose change into money you can use. Their website, designed for presence, promotion and sales, uses our Axis CMS software for its speed, flexibility, and ease of editing. Site design and production by Paul Chamberlain of CerebralItch.
Exit Consulting Group provides services for individuals considering exit strategies for their businesses. Their new website, designed by Paul Chamberlain of CerebralItch, uses our AXIS CMS system to allow quick and easy updates of content and marketing information.
The official website of the Las Vegas-based television program of the same name, the HomeOwner Talk website is a customized installation of AXIS CMS. Outfitted with the ever-flexible Shadowbox media player, here friends of the program can watch archived episodes and submit their own homeowner questions for consideration in future episodes. Design by Casey Wiesel of Kaleidos Creative.
The latest addition to the sprawling empire of the CerebralItch Network is a presence site for the company's creative agency services. Using Axis CMS as the site's core, As If Productions created a simple and elegant solution for an ever-expanding portfolio. Design and production by the bandaged one himself, Paul Chamberlain.
Five Stars Creative is the video production company of award-winning photographer Matt McColl. When the company needed a dynamic CMS to give them complete control over their growing collection of high-quality FLV files, Axis CMS was the answer. The Axis database was modified to store video information, and some AJAX tricks were used to create the dynamic goodness of the "Screening Room" pages.