Reebok Customer Service Pages

Ben Buie | 9/18/15

I wasn’t supper excited about this project when I got it, but it turned out to be really interesting. Voltage had built several customer service pages that were populating the content dynamically using JavaScript but Reebok requested it be changed to to be hard-coded for SEO purposes. Because Reebok is built in Demandware, this was a significant challenge being that the content needed to sync up through all pages and yet be update-able easily.

Voltage reached out to me for my JavaScript expertise to make it function the same way, but not be created dynamically. I used PHP and JavaScript to remove the dynamic creation and instead made a page generator. This way, updates to a page can happen quickly when the content changes, but the content is still in sync across all pages.

The project must have went well because now they’re sending me Adidas and Crossfit.

 

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Ben currently works as a senior developer and technical business consultant outside of Boulder, Colorado.

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