What was the scope of their involvement?
In a typical project, first, I’ll call them up and give them a brief about the project that I’m working on. Next, I’ll send them the creative components that need to be there, for each individual page, and we’ll also walk through the functionalities that we’re looking for.
Following that, they’ll convert it to HTML, and that process will make sure everything looks correct. Then we’ll add custom functions, or whatever else might need to be added.
One of our recent projects was creating product filters for the website, in which we could filter through products, customize the filter, and look through different colors or styles.
Another project involved them rebuilding our e-commerce site and completing all of the development work on that end. They made it accessible on mobile devices and created a new home page, too. Our next project will be a password protected functionality on WordPress, which I’m fairly confident they’ll be able to complete. Overall, they’ve been able to do whatever I’ve asked for.
What is the team composition?
I have one main point of contact, and they have two developers, as far as I know.
How did you come to work with PSD to Manythings?
I did a web search for WordPress developers, since we were only knowledgeable with creative components and not development. After looking at a few other companies and reading reviews I reached out to PSD and started a conversation.
How much have you invested with them?
I’ve invested about $40,000.
What is the status of this engagement?
We began working together in 2013, and our work together is ongoing.
Depending on the project, some take a month, while others can take as little as a few weeks.