Website for startup Fat Fractal. A site by developers, for developers. Logo design and website design & development by Real Fresh Creative.
More than 60,000 hits in its first three days.
“The Audacity of Despair,” David Simon’s blog of past writings and current musings, hit the web with absolutely no fanfare or marketing effort whatsoever. There was some little blow up over a comment he made in an interview, and as I had suggested years ago that he purchase www.davidsimon.com for his own use someday, it seemed time to get something up so he could, when he liked, speak for himself.
And so it goes. It’s a wonderful blog, full of somewhat random but always interesting prose, and though he doesn’t write often, it makes for a great read.
In terms of design, I pretty much got to do as I liked, which meant following my personal aesthetic: simple, elegant. For a former … Read More »
I’m very proud to announce the launch of www.anseladams.com. This was entirely custom site built on a WordPress platform. It includes a lot of technically interesting challenges, including URLs that lead anywhere we say, and thumbnails that do NOT crop images, ever…especially those of Ansel Adams. I was so honored to work with this foundation and with Matthew Adams on the site.
Developed for Nest store in Clarksville, MD, a WordPress site they can easily udpate themselves despite a complete lack of experience with websites.
A pet market and bakery in a suburb of Dallas, Texas.
A Newspaper for Atholton High School in Columbia, MD. This was put together to replace the PTA’s old paper newsletter and has been a big hit for parents and students alike, partly due to a “combined calendar” that pulls from county school system, teams, parent booster organizations, and other existing google calendars that serve various school organizations. Visit the site at www.theraidernews.com.
Site for one of the nine villages in Columbia, MD.
A little apothecary in the Baltimore, Md. area asked for something with a little more personality than the average WordPress site. The site, built on a Thesis basis, organizes and lists all of their herbs and other items, including all sizes available…all via posts and category listing. And they even installed their own shopping cart plugin to sell online!
Your clients are on their honeymoon. They have a phone or an iPad. They are DYING to see the photos you took of their wedding. But since most of it uses Flash…they can’t. I have been hearing from photographers who desperately want a solution, one that works with some of the existing provider sites they love while allowing their own site, and their client’s views, to be non-Flash based but provide all of the same useability. Here’s one, built on a WordPress platform, that does all of that and more. It is responsive so that it works well at small screen sizes. The photos do not have to all be the same size and shape. And the full image home page is a stunning representation of award-winning photographer Deb Lindsey’s work. Give us a call or drop us a note; … Read More »
A Site for David Spon wine cellars, designed for my dear friend who is a renouned custom builder of wine cellars. Visit the site.