Since mobile friendly is a very new way of designing and coding websites, these sites are not yet mobile-friendly.
kWEBdesign has designed and developed ConservaWiki, a social networking paid membership site using Joomla, AEC paid membership and the K2 component. The site collects monthly and annual memberships from candidates and politicians wishing to network and share their campaigning and election knowledge with other candidates. Content can be viewed by members only and can be commented on and shared on social media sites. The site also sells a book for download. View the site at www.conservawiki.com.
kWEBdesign has developed the bilingual Joomla/CiviCRM membership management site for Professional Surveyors Canada. The site uses a Joomla CMS and CiviCRM membership component to sign up members to several levels of membership. Payment is processed by PayPal. The site is completely bilingual. View the site at www.psc-gpc.ca.
kWEBdesign designed and developed the bilingual site for Marcel Guibord the candidate for the 2010 race for mayor of Rockland. The site uses a Joomla CMS and is completely bilingual. View the site at www.marcelguibord.ca.
kWEBdesign redesigned and upgraded the Petawawa municipal site to a Joomla CMS. The new site is faster loading and easier to use. It features an event calendar, a guestbook and an advanced form to add listings to the business directory. The site's CMS allows staff members to edit and add content to their sections of the site. Petawawa saves money by adding water reports and council minutes to the site themselves. The Petawawa site was redesigned and upgraded to Joomla 1.5 in 2011. View the site here.