Growponics UK

Growponics UK LTD Web Design

Growponics, Ltd. is registered in the UK. The company’s business is building and operating agriculture projects in the UK, Continental Europe, Asia, North & South America and the rest of the world. Subsidiary partnerships include Growponics Americas, Growponics Hong Kong and Growponics Israel.

Internet Happens provided a complete web site makeover for Growponics UK utilizing the WordPress CMS framework providing a highly dynamic, database driven solution.

Severt & Sons Produce

Severt and Son's Produce South Carolina Web Design
Severt & Sons Produce is a third generation family owned and operated wholesale distributor of a full line of quality fresh fruits and vegetables, peanuts, cheese, jams and jellies, and an array of jar items from honey, chow-chow, bbq sauces, ciders to pickled okra and beets, and an expanding hespinanic line. Severts purchases seasonal produce from local farmers as well as farmers throughout the United States. Severt and Son’s Produce strongly supports products made in the U.S.A.

The Severt and Son’s produce company website was a fresh build from the ground up. The Internet Happens Oklahoma Website Design team produced a website built on the WordPress content management framework and customized an already beautiful WordPress theme to fit the company. The website features photos and information about Severt’s operations and products they grow and distribute. The website offers a way for anyone to learn more about Severt’s Produce, the family history and their commitment to excellence with the highest quality produce and customer satisfaction.

Website Development Team Effort

Internet Happens Oklahoma Web DesignIn August 2010 Internet Happens teamed up with Connective Web Design to produce Carol Walker’s Horse Photography Workshops website. is built on the WordPress 3.0 content management system, fueled by dynamic content, custom applications and social networking integration. Read more about the web design process by visiting our web design portfolio.

About Carol

In 2003, Carol began photographing wild horses. As she followed several herds in Wyoming, Colorado and Montana, she became aware of how precarious their situation on public lands has become. Since then, she has dedicated herself to educating people with her photographs and stories about the wild horses. Carol published a book titled Wild Hoofbeats: America’s Vanishing Wild Horses and is available on the website Carol’s award winning book was released in winter of 2008 and is currently in its second printing.

If you are an avid photographer, love horses or are interested in participating in Carol’s workshops please visit