Looking at alternatives to the broken RFP process We get asked to answer RFPs for projects on a semi regular basis, and occasionally will pursue a particularly good looking RFP out in the wild if we think it fits our work. Most RFPs we see, however, are really, really problematic. This post by Jonathan Wold echoes(…)
There’s a lot of talk about responsive design, which is an important part of moving websites into the current era of mobile browsing. However, it’s important to look at your current situation before assuming that a brand new responsive layout is the immediate way to go. It may be possible and desirable to take an(…)
We built renowned photojournalist George Steinmetz‘s site using the same custom CMS that we had built for Ed Kashi as a base. George’s goals were slightly different though: they incorporated ecommerce and needed less in the way of a full blown archive. He also made a wise decision to have us build a screen size(…)
We originally built renowned photojournalist Ed Kashi‘s portfolio site sever years ago, back when the idea of building a website in Flash wasn’t looked at as a bad idea. We built a search engine crawler friendly HTML skeleton for the site, while replacing that content with Flash for human users, including browser history and deep(…)
We worked with Murray Street Productions and our frequent partners in design at Flyleaf Creative to help get a quick blog launched to help promote the Kickstarter Campaign for Heavenly Sight, a documentary about the influence of blind black gospel singers on the music on American music. Flyleaf did the site design, while we set(…)
We just helped Sarah (co-founder of the previous incarnation of Medium Rare) to launch her own site, showcasing her motion graphics work! Check out Future Perfect.
Another job we did with our friends at Edelman Vancouver, this was a fun project where we got to flex some of WordPress 3′s new content type and taxonomy features. We also did some customization on a boxed theme, which was a first for Edelman. In the past, they had always done custom design, but(…)
Correctly known by its full name, the Jim Casey Youth Opportunities Initiative, Flyleaf inherited this Drupal site in 2011. We started by doing some usability improvements, and are now into phase 2 of a significant upgrade to the site. We’re pretty excited about getting into organizing their very deep library of resources. See the site(…)