The Kleen is an on demand cleaning company. You can go on their site, and schedule to have your apartment/house cleaned within a day. From a technical stand point, this may be one of the hardest sites I’ve ever made. And it was all done with WordPress.
I used woocommerce to make a product and handle payments, and added a whole ton of plugins, that all interface with each other. This was to allow people to schedule different cleanings (recurring payments), add various options to their package (bedrooms, bathrooms, type) and even checkout directly from the site via a credit card (stripe).
Each variation has a different price for the cleaning types (basic, standard and deluxe), so I used custom jQuery to overlay the prices on the different options, so a user would know how much a different plan would cost.
We set up hosting with WP Engine, as well as an SSL certificate so all data (credit card processing) is encrypted at 256 bytes. This also allows the site to be speedy (the home page loads in under a second), and secure (the site is automatically backed up and updated every day).
What The Kleen is Saying
Kegan built my website and did a FABULOUS job. I would recommend his work (and working with him) to anyone - like shouting from the rooftops style. My reasons? Proficiency. He has a terrific portfolio of work, which initially drew me in, but then a deep understanding of coding and creating WordPress sites. I had a lot of customized backend concepts I wanted to employ, and was never disappointed in his execution thereof. Partnership and Thoughtfulness. Kegan listened to everything I wanted and then adapted the website continually to my company vision, checking in frequently. I felt like I was truly partnering with him in the website development. He's very detail oriented. Value. I got a lot for my money, and even upon completion of my project Kegan was quickly available to make changes and updates, which are critical to the success of a startup, online business like mine.