Founders Migs Bustos and John Bailon asked me to develop a dynamic website for local leagues that can record every players' stats, team standings, schedule games, and more. They called it LEAG (http://le.ag) and successfully launched Alabang Hills League.
Front-end: Mizel delos Santos
Back-end: Arvin Alejandro
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I had a chat with Migs Bustos, a friend from high school, and he asked me if I accept web projects. He wanted to put his and his partner's idea to life and I was very lucky to be part of this project. We started by creating LEAG's official logo. The idea of the logo came from his partner John Bailon and I just enhanced it a bit.
Here's another logo study I made for them.
They needed four web designs: one for the main website where commissioners can request for an account, one for the main website's Content Management System (CMS) for them to easily edit its contents, one micro-site for every league like Alabang Hills League, and another for the league's CMS where commissioners can add players, record game and stats, etc.
LEAG landing page (under construction)
Here's Alabang Hills League 2014, a mircosite of LEAG.
Stats of Red Team with it's Team Leaders (highest scorers) and every player's complete game stats. Everything is automated and recorded in CMS.
Game page of Black vs Purple. All stats are recorded from CMS and automatically computed.
Commissioners may opt to display the League leaders in their league site. The list is automatically computed based on the player's Statistical Points.
Here's a sneak peek of the LEAG's dashboard (CMS) where you can input all the data of the game, players' stats, etc.
For more information, visit LEAG's official website www.le.agBack to top