The nonprofit Eastern Sierra Interpretive Association’s (ESIA) site was a rush job: in under 12 total hours, I built a complex front page ground up — and laid out the sub page styles — from a designer’s PSD, getting the site ready for an abrupt launch while the rest of the team worked on copy content and matching header images. I set up an Events Calendar, a Layerslider on the homepage, and integrated an Instagram feed.
Also within that short time frame, I created custom, dynamic forms soliciting one-time and monthly (subscription) online donations, by connecting a payment gateway. This donation splash page funnels potential donors toward the donation type of their choosing, and involves significant customization of Gravity Forms.
You can view the ESIA’s former Squarespace site, where they chose to keep their e-commerce, at https://esiaonline.org/. (I am not involved in the old site.)
This site might look pretty, but in my mind, ie could not possibly be ready after working less than two days on it! If I had more time with it, I’d want to at least improve accessibility and speed up loading.