Tasked with completely redesigning the front and back end of the Cube Gallery's web site (launching soon). Not only did the client want an cutting edge new design, but also required a custom CMS back end. This design forgo's a site header. Instead, it places all the navigation into a fixed footer, which pops up to reveal secondary information once the visitor scrolls to the bottom of the page.
Councillor Clive Doucet
Hired to redesign and modernize Councillor Clive Doucet’s web site. Besides improving it's overall appearance and usability, his staff wanted to easily update and edit content on the site. As part of the redesign, we moved them from static HTML pages to a Wordpress powered site. Our services also included training the staff on how to use the new back end interface.
Miss Vicky’s Offhand Remarks
Re–commissioned to overhaul our original design of Miss Vicky’s Offhand Remarks. The client was very happy with the previous design, but felt that after 5 years it was time for an update. She also wanted to keep the original color scheme, 50’s inspired mid–century feel, and glove logo — all of which had become synonymous with the ‘Miss Vicky’ online persona. Some of the new considerations was to ensure enough room for You Tube Videos and and Flikr photos and allow for an easier mobile browsing experience.
Salon M Hair
Tasked with creating a new design for Salon M Hair. The client’s only requirements were that it be “sexy” and work equally well in all modern browsers. Drawing influence from current trends in restaurant site design, we chose to use a single, oversized image to showcase the business’s recent, and extensive, renovations.