I met ToysOfOurYouth while helping out at an estate sale… Mark and his family sell vintage toys, if you can’t tell by their business name. They needed a very simple logo and website that they could easily update. They go to alot of antique and vintage shows and are active in the community, so I added a calendar at the bottom of the front page.
While building this site, I discovered that eBay has some feed update issues. I set their site to auto-post and update whenever they list a new item, and within a week realized that it wasn’t always updating (and would take a few days to a week to show new items). I tried several workarounds, and after a bunch of banging my head learned that this was an eBay feeds issue and not the fault of me or any plugin developer.
Their logo was otherwise the most difficult part of this project. They wanted something that would show look as good at eBay’s store logo dimension of 310×90, as their website header, and on business cards! We ultimately used some “toy” fonts (yup, those graphics are actually fonts!).
Check out their site on ToysOfOurYouth.com