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The Trifecta Week: B-ball, Fashion and Gardening

Nov 5 2010

This week marks the launch of three websites which Nashville Interactive has played an integral role in. We were lucky enough to be involved in the development of NBA star Rajon Rondo’s new website, as well as the design and development of TaiganFinds.com – a blog devoted to finding that great online boutique shopping deal – and design and development of SmartGrow.us – a site where users can purchase organic growing materials (made of human hair!).

While Nashville Interactive can’t take credit for the sleek design on Rajon’s new site, we’re still proud to have been able to perform the build via an open-source content management system to help assist the record-breaking Star. The site has some great features for fans with more to come in the near future as well. Check it out at www.rajonrondo9.com.

Taigan Finds is a blog that features fashion news, style trends and great shopping finds at Taigan.com – an online shopping site with exclusive access to high-end boutique retailers. Nashville Interactive worked closely with the Taigan marketing department to produce TaiganFinds.com. A site that looks and feels as refined as the boutique shops which it features. The blog features some great social network integration to help aggregate content more effectively.

If you’re into gardening, plants and Mother Earth, you’ll want to check out SmartGrow.us. SmartGrow is a line of organic growing products made from human hair! I know, It may sound a bit icky at first but if you think about where most other traditional fertilizers come from (think cow pastures), it’s really not bad at all. Plus the product is 100% all-natural and biodegradable. Nashville Interactive provided a much needed face lift to the SmartGrow site as well as a fully integrated online store to improve the buying experience. Ecommerce website design and development is almost essential these days as more and more users flock to their computers to handle their shopping needs.

So all-in-all a very busy week (and several weeks leading up to it). There’s much more website design on the horizon so stay tuned by subscribing to the NI RSS feed or by signing up for email updates.