DOMIC Cartographic Solutions develops smart interactive web maps and other web applications.
If location has any influence in your customer’s buying decision or your workflow, DOMIC is the web development firm that will increase your efficiencies and sales by leveraging the power of geography.
Whether you are trying to create a site to match your existing branding or need help establishing a new brand, we can help. We will get to know who you are and what you like, and design a site that reflects just that. Expect an attractive design that is easy to navigate, draws people into your site, and fits nicely with your other marketing materials.
Converting a concept into reality is no easy feat. Satisfying many users across many platforms leads to many technical requirements. We will help you to understand the technical needs of your users. Then we will implement a user-friendly site that is compatible with the devices your users require, whether that be mobile devices, or old versions of IE.
What goes on behind the scene is very important! We have experience building back end technologies such as shopping carts, show-time databases, and machine learning algorithms. We can also work with existing APIs which will speed up development and allow us to implement some amazing tools that have already been developed.
If you are considering a technology change, and trying to decide if it is time, or which way to go, we can help. We can examine options for you, let you know what is out there, and guide you through making your decision. The world of technology is ever-changing. Let us guide you.
David is a web developer, and a map designer. He has been working in the web development and cartographic fields in a variety of positions, including design, development and management. He has excellent interpersonal and team leadership skills proven through systems analysis, project management and customer relations.
David focuses on the front-end aspects of web development. Responsive design and mapping applications are at the top of the list. He enjoys exploring new technologies, and building upon his mapping, web design and programming skills.
Olga is an experienced software developer/systems architect who is exploding with ideas. In whatever she does she sees new areas for improvement and expansion. When your ideas are exhausted, Olga will just be getting started. She is a developer who cares as much for your project as you do.
Olga focuses on the back-end aspects of web applications development: program architecture, client and server side development, databases, API development, and technical research.
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Here are just a few examples of our work. If you want to know more, please do not hesitate to get in touch.
Phihong is a company that engineers and produces power supplies. The client had built a new responsive front-end website. Olga was hired to add administrative functionality that would allow the client to change site’s content, do bulk updates from a csv, upload files, and backup the database. Olga designed the database for the site’s content (products, news releases, employment), built a PHP CodeIgniter API, and added administrative user interface accessible through a log-in.
Our client manages a WordPress website for a beautiful inn. The WordPress theme was designed specifically for the in, and was working well for them – but it was not responsive.
David reworked the existing WordPress theme to use the Bootstrap responsive framework. Now the site looks great on any device.
This site’s administrator contacted David to revamp the site to be easier to navigate, and to be responsive.
The site uses Zen-cart as a back end shopping cart. David designed a responsive template that could be integrated into Zen-cart. The template uses a combination of Zurb Foundation’s framework and custom media queries to control the appearance of responsive elements.
David interfaced Google Maps API into this transit station kiosk. The user can choose between various modes of transportation including bus, car, bike, and walking. The directions are broken up into logical steps, and displayed in a customized layout. The system will suggest destinations based on what the user started typing. Once a route has been selected, the user can choose to have directions e-mailed or texted to them.
The features Olga implemented include a custom-built shopping cart with Moneris checkout, a gift registry/wish list, product ratings, comments, user accounts for returning customers, and a back-end administrative interface.
David designed a series of new virtue icons to support these new features, as well as making seasonal changes to the design of the site, and miscellaneous other layout components.