Miva Merchant, eCommerce, SEO, Wordpress, & general web development and consultation.
About Scot's Miva Scripts and Scot Ranney
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Scot Ranney at Hong Kong Disneyland
Hong Kong Disneyland

Scot's been coding in the online arena since the 1980's when he designed bulletin board systems (BBS's) in C. In addition, he worked on customizing popular systems of the time such as Stonehenge and Citadel for his own BBS projects. He transitioned to web coding and development in early 90s' and was one of the first to adopt the KitKat programming language which was later renamed to Mivascript.

Web Project Coordination and Development

Our development teams are assembled based on the needs of your project and always include the brightest and most creative forward thinkers in the field. Our teams work quickly and efficiently and enjoy opportunities to think outside the box.

We consider all project inquiries, no matter how complex or simple they might seem at first glance. Contact us for estimates.

Part of our expertise is in keeping projects on track and working with you throughout the process in a courteous and professional manner to keep things moving forward until they are done.

We've built and worked on:

  • Domain registrar
  • Online Training and Certification systems for real estate (OTAC)
  • Various content management systems (CMS) for specific industries
  • Countless Miva Merchant stores and custom modules
  • Singles matchmaking systems
  • Forums and blog content management systems
  • Facebook apps
  • Social media development and integration (login with facebook, things like that)
  • Discreet and/or sensitive projects
  • Rental and reservation system for time share and vacation rentals
  • Creating "black boxs" software libraries for other Miva developers
  • Artists social site (pre-myspace/facebook)
  • Web based image management libraries for Miva scripters
  • CMS behind LearnJazzPiano.com

Jazz Piano

Scot is also a professional jazz pianist and band leader. He started playing professionally in the late 80's. Check ScotRanney.com for information Scot's jazz piano career.

Scot's experiences as a band leader and musician have helped give him the real-world real-people perspective that most software engineers lack. Our projects reflect this and have an extra human quality in them that helps contribute to a positive end user experience all around.

Scot's home base is Bellingham, Washington, although you'll find him in Hong Kong and other parts of Asia on a regular basis.