TheArcadiaTour.com membership site is for luxury Arizona Real Estate agents who collectively tour million dollar homes. It was designed to promote unique properties between agents and their clients.
The membership site has both public and members only areas, a Sponsors page, Google map, Tour calendar, and utilizes custom interfaces for new agent and affiliate member sign ups. The members only section includes a secure log in system, member renewals, a tour request form that checks against recently toured properties, member to member eFlyer announcements with content option levels, an announcement archive in chronological order, membership information update interface, members list with search, and a lost password interface.
It also includes a secure back end admin interface designed to maintain various parts of the site, a tour manager interface for reviewing and scheduling Tour requests, membership management, and content management.
The business networking & marketing site, Bizity.com, allows people to create free profiles for themselves and their businesses.
The site includes a member search feature, a member connecting and messaging system, the ability to follow other members, a project collaboration system, a built in advertising and banner system, member posts, secure back end admins for maintaining content throughout the site, and tie ins to a custom checkout system for purchasing upgrades like advertising, custom banner ads and profile images, web design and more.
Members log into their accounts through a secure password protected interface that allows them to maintain their profile and to interact with other members, as well as the Bizity team. This project was also specifically designed to be modular in nature to allow for ongoing development of new features and modules.
Bizity incorporates a separate design and menu system to allow an update to roll out across all pages with a single update. Even the core of the design code base can be updated independent of the programming allowing for fast upgrades when the code base has a new release rolled out.
It is setup on the Amazon Cloud (AWS) with auto scaling of web servers to handle traffic surges and is split up across separate servers for image hosting, database records, and the main site programming to allow for efficient load balancing. It is also setup to allow for rapid increases (spin ups) in resources allocated for extremely heavy traffic and usage patterns.