A Custom Quote System for Lee & Low Books

We’ve been building custom eCommerce sites since 1999, for all types of clients. From this experience, here’s something we can say with certainty: There is no ideal eCommerce solution, because no two eCommerce businesses require the exact same tools.

Lee & Low Books, a Net Theory client since 2013, is the U.S.’s largest multicultural children’s book publisher. Their books cover a vast number of themes across many cultures that other publishers often miss.

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Introducing LLV: A Life Skills Game for Middle School Students

Last year, a new client approached us with interest in developing a video game called Live Life Virtually (LLV). The purpose of the game would be to teach kids the valuable life skills that were not a standard part of their school curriculum. As a lawyer, councilman, educator, musician, and writer, amongst countless other descriptors, his vision was as wide and ambitious as they come.

We engaged in long, fun discussions, imagining the many ways Net Theory could bring his vision to life. This game would need to have everything: a fully customizable avatar walking around, making decisions, spending money, choosing what foods to eat, socializing and chatting with friends, running, jumping, and on and on.

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