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Trouvier recently partnered with Manker Patten Tennis Club once again. This time we developed an online platform for members, aptly named the Member Hub, which is a real-time application that provides members the opportunity to register for fitness classes and leagues, manage their profile within the club, view current weather conditions, and connect through the directory.

Working directly with Ned and Maraa at Manker Patten has really been a privilege. They keep the gears running on what I consider to be an integral part of the downtown Chattanooga sports community. They embrace modern technology and the benefits it has to the club, and I'm glad Trouvier gets to be a part of that.

You'll need to be a member or active guest to use the Member Hub, and can inquire more from their website at http://www.mankerpatten.org.
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When I was contacted by Ned Caswell at Manker Patten to redesign their club's website, my interest in the project immediatey peaked. Just coming off of a tennis project for Baylor Tennis, I had visited the club and learned a little about the history and significance of Manker in Chattanooga. The amazing location is a given as it is nestled downtown along the Tennessee River. This club does so much for its members that it is impossible to show everything on one site, so we decided to design 3 separate sites with a specific purpose tied to each.

The official site at mankerpatten.org serves as a resource for members and non-members to learn as much about the club within 3 categories: the programs offered, the facility itself, and the online community that the club has created. The driving force serving up the content is AngularJS. As content changes, future updates are made possible by a scaleable JSON structure that continuously feeds into the site's design.

Visit: http://www.mankerpatten.org

The next site is zanguerryclubhouse.com. The clubhouse at Manker Patten was renovated about 10 years ago, and no expense was spared to bring in quality building materials, and allowing in light through wrap-aroud bi-fold doors to accentuate the quality architecture. The clubhouse serves as a riverfront wedding venue, and that is what we highlighted on the site. Considering the audience for the site, we chose to use a jQuery approach to the design flow, and add a touch of class with fluid navigation and HD photography accumulated from professional photography that has been done during weddings. This is one design where it was impossible to transition the pc look to a mobile device, so we scaled down significantly on mobile for faster loading, and used a sticky icon navigation bar reminiscent of native apps.

Visit: http://www.zanguerryclubhouse.com

The final piece of this project is a landing page for Manker's annual TVOC Tennis tournament. With a guaranteed $13,000 prize pool, this tournament attracts some of the best tennis players in this region, as well as international players competing for ranks within USTA. The design is very basic and void of animation, while still being appealing to the eyes. The purpose here is to serve information quickly to prospective players and visitors, and allow them the opportunity to link over to the official USTA tournament site and register.

Visit: http://www.tvoctennis.com
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There’s not much I can say about Summit Physical Therapy that hasn’t already been said. Kevin and Dan started out making house calls, and have grown in a short time to having 4 fully operational outpatient facilities and multiple assisted living partner offices. They were recognized by the Chattanooga Chamber by receiving their coveted Small Business Award. It’s truly an honor to be trusted with their online presence, and their website is packed with awesomeness. Let’s Dive In!

AngularJS is the powering force behind the site. It fully encapsulates the navigation, so that any section of the site can be viewed without the browser having to re-load. When a visitor first comes onto the site, they are greeted with a HD video, or a screenshot of the video depending on the device (no need to run up mobile users’ data because of a video). There’s subtle animations throughout the site with the dropdown menus and navigation. These all tie back into Angular to ensure they process quickly. Altogether, this site is lightning quick.

Visit: http://www.summit-therapy.com
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I recently had the joy of transforming the official website for Baylor Tennis to a modern design. At first glance everything seemed straight forward, but once I dove into the project, the amount of data that I was working with became apparent. I turned to AngularJS for the development, and Google's Firebase to serve the data. I've been studying these two for a few months, and the Baylor Tennis project was my first full scale development utilizing both.

There is a lot of information about the program on the website, from scores and schedules for each team, alumni, photos of the facility, as well as Summer Camp registration information, and tournaments through the USTA hosted by Baylor.

Visit: http://www.baylortennis.com

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Going into the project for Concrete Surfaces LLC, I didn't know anything about concrete treatments. Personally, I spent many years of my life destroying concrete on my skateboard, but that's beside the point. After a a couple meetings with Wade and Matt, partners of the LLC, I started to see the benefit of polished concrete vs. untreated concrete. The photos alone show how awesome the transformation from before and after are. For this reason, I decided to make the Gallery the focal point of the website, and let Concrete Surfaces LLC's potential clients see exactly what can be done with their floors.

Since Concrete Surfaces LLC has never had a logo, website, social media profile, advertisement, etc. -- they have never created an image for their brand. Furthermore, since Trouvier is designing the website from the ground up, we have assumed responsibility for the brand’s image. Up until the website launched, Concrete Surfaces LLC’s reputation has solely been based on word of mouth and numbers. Trouvier is proud to have the opportunity to put a visual element to a company that is relatively young, yet growing at a rapid pace.

Visit: http://www.concretesurfacesllc.com
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Around New Years, I was contacted by Vance Malone to assist him and his partner to get a website up and running for their new venture, industropop. I've worked with Vance once before, and his creativity and genuineness always shows. For a developer, that creates a unique work environment because I want to match that creativity to the best of my abilities. The site launched today and serves the purpose of being minimal, yet informative. industropop is a very talented group and I look forward to working with them in the future.

The focal point of the website is the video reel. I used isotope, with a masonry grid to fill the width of the page. The stills link to personal reels that Vance created at Simian.

Visit: http://www.industropop.com
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The largest part of December was spent creating a web presence for Scenic City Strength & Fitness. Coach Matt Green has a loyal following and I am amazed by how many of his clients get great results, and then turn around and endorse him with their testimonial. From a technical side, I was able to utilize AngularJS and JSON to provide a way to display information for visitors, while also making it seamless to transition future updates.

Visit: http://www.sceniccitysf.com
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