This site for one of our partners is a good example of image based design. Leah at Tremain Media told us to go nuts with her site, and trusted us to come up with something that would extend the brand we started developing with the logo.
Results for: User Interface
In collaboration with Owen Perry Design, we inherited the development of this site from a previous developer and wrangled it to launch.
After two years of success, it was time for a website that matched their style and energy. Medium Rare Interactive had a great time translating the White Whale team personality to the online stage, and providing them with a dynamic site that is easy for them to update and incorporates social media feeds as well as Untappd for displaying current beer selection in real time.
Working with Ian Adams/Done Creative and the CV Collective team, Medium Rare Interactive developed the online companion to this wildly popular local magazine that highlights the Comox Valley as a diverse and exciting destination and place to call home.
An accomplished professional and savvy business person, Karen McKinnon has a great appreciation for the value of her online presence. Knowing that her websites were often the first impression for many of her clients, she tasked Medium Rare Interactive to design sites for her two businesses that emulated her style. With the ability to showcase multiple galleries and tell stories through the blog, plus direct feed from social media accounts, provides...
We partnered again with Flyleaf Creative on Grammy Award winning recording artist Rosanne Cash’s website. Rosanne’s site features all the bells and whistles you’d expect from an established musician’s web presence: tour dates, merchandise links, news, social media feeds, image gallery, etc. The most challenging part of working on Rosanne’s site is keeping up with announcing all the awards she keeps winning!
Flyleaf did the desktop design and leaned on us...
Medium Rare partnered with Comox Valley Economic Development to create a four-in-one megasite to support the organizations four primary areas of focus: Tourism, Investment, Business, and Agriculture. The project includes multiple options for content creation and promotion, event calendars, business directory, universal media centre, tour booking pages, and unique social media integrations.