Sunday July 1, 2012, by Maria Prince
The purpose of this website is to promote an architectual
business by displaying the client's portfolio of projects.
The design of this site focused on having the absolute minimum
number of pages as possible as well as a fast loading image
The technical bits:
The website was developed in Umbraco and utilises the DAMP package
for easy image loading by the client and fast image loading. It is
entirely Razor driven (no XSLT) and uses jQuery & jQuery cycle
for the image gallery.
Tuesday May 15, 2012, by Maria Prince
We've just launched an umbraco CMS website for Geraldine Auto
Restorations. They have a large gallery of work-in-progress,
and the images are incredibly fast loading. It features a new media
plug-in where the user can crop thumbnails (see the image above)
from the larger image within the website, so there's no need for
photo manipulation software, with the added bonus of reducing image
duplication within the CMS.
Thursday March 1, 2012, by Maria Prince
With the new Educational Colours website, the client has
increased their website enquiries by nearly 1000%. Along with the
website, we've introduced a customer newsletter to support the
client's existing marketing strategy.
We used the client's existing branding and worked with Anna
Hargreaves of Everyday Graphic Design for the overall design.