News // Tag: Websites
Around Mid-April my friend Rachid called me up to discuss a few issues that he was encountering with his website.
When Rachid first contracted me to build his website in 2010 his main focus was to create an ecommerce website where the general public could browse his portfolio and custom order any image in a variety of size and framing options. In that aspect the website was a success.
The new Shoot to Kill Media website recently went live. Shoot to Kill is a full service video production company that produces content for a range of applications including broadcast television, web and live performances. The guys at STK are old friends and I had a really fun time collaborating with them.
Bad Ass Babies Clothing recently changed their company name to Bad Ass Organics in order to appeal to a larger audience and expand their product line. They came to me for a website re-design to complement their new logo and corporate identity. I created a new website design for them that reflects the re-branding and new presence that they wanted to achieve. Make sure to check out the new website and maybe pick up a new t-shirt while you’re at it.
Check out Rachid Dahnoun’s new photography website I developed. www.rachidphoto.com Rachid had a very clear idea on how he wanted his site to look and had created a series of page templates before contacting me to develop his site. I was able to take his templates, clean them up, refine them, and merged them with the Expression Engine CMS software. Building his website on top of the Expression Engine platform will allow Rachid to add new content, blog posts and images without having to know anything about website programing. Overall it turned out to be a beautiful, dynamic, content driven website. We’ll be adding eCommerce functionality in the near future so that visitors can purchase framed prints of his images.
I just recently wrapped up a new ecommerce website for start up organic kids clothing company, Bad Ass Babies Clothing. If you have kids or know someone who does you should definitely buy some stuff from these guys. Most of the designs are quite amusing and the garments themselves are all manufactured right here in the United States from 100% US grown organic cotton.
Launched the new Lancier by Dita Eyewear website yesterday. So far so good, the new collection seems to be getting lots of positive response. In the 24 hours since the launch, 116 people have signed up on the waiting list for a chance to be one of the first to pick up a pair. We’ll see how well that goes when everyone finds out how expensive these frames are… but I have to say the quality in craftsmanship will be well worth it. www.lancier.com