Another of the many sites we’ve done with Flyleaf, this site’s main bit of fun is the unique interaction of the menu that lets users quickly identify who does what, where. Debby Brown represents 10 photographers who do a variety of types of work in a geographically diverse area. In addition to just showing off(…)
Before the days of amazing open source CMSes, if you wanted a Content Management System that was tailored to your business’s needs, it had to be custom built. We spent a lot of time working with clients to understand their content management needs, and as a result, we have a really strong understanding of how to customize today’s modern CMS platforms to feel like they’re made for the client.
We built this mini-site with the good folks over at Edelman Vancouver for GE Canada’s Fitness Day in 2010, and GE re-used it again in 2011. It was a great little piece that let the various departments of GE measure their fitness activity for a week, trying to get people out of their chairs and(…)
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(…)