Portland-based Blue Hill Solutions, a Web-development shop specializing in e-commerce systems, has announced the relaunch of Queen Bee Creations, a Portland-based manufacturer of unique handmade bags and wallets.
The entire redesign and relaunch took eight weeks, concept to completion.
Besides requiring 100% creative control over the presentation of their site, they needed a system for managing retail and wholesale customers, tools to match their manufacturing and fulfillment processes, and a platform that would scale with their business through the holiday season and beyond.
The new site is built upon Blue Hill’s UpSale e-commerce platform, which was built specifically for applications like Queen Bee.
It’s Friday. Isn’t it? It is right? I’ve kinda lost track of time.
What’s that? It is? Okay, great. In Portland, too? Okay, cool.
It’s Friday, so why not give yourself a little treat?
Ryan Williams of NetworthIQ fame has a new project in the works. It’s stealth. Super stealth.
Well, that’s what I’m claiming, anyway. Because the project doesn’t have a name. And in my book, you can’t be much more stealth than that.
Worse yet? He doesn’t quite know what to call it.
So you get to help.
Which is the best domain name for a site that aggregates feeds from traditional and social sites for a city?
Exercise your inner-entrepreneur—or your outer one for that matter—by swinging by Ryan’s blog, Web things considered, and placing your vote. Or suggesting a new name.
[Update] Ryan was nice enough to drop by a provide a link to the work-in-progress. Might provide a little more inspiration for your vote.