WordPress development for re:publica’s new conference portal site Spring.Berlin designed by our friends over at Fertig.
Within a week of moving to Berlin, a friend took me to Cafe Oberholz on Torstrasse. He said “this place is super popular, you need to see it.” Soon I learned that it was one of the hubs of the “Silicon Allee” phenomenon…
If you’ve been in a movie theater in LA in the last month (not to mention any number of shopping malls) chances are you saw one of Olson’s creations.
Straight to the point real estate portfolio site for an apartment complex site in Fresno, California.
Running on the Ning platform, this social network focuses on a unique niche – baseball fans who hope to see every U.S. ballpark before they get bumped up into the Big League in the Sky.
Produced with Tiffany Trenda’s brilliant art direction, this site features several photo galleries showcasing Ironwood’s mad skills in the art gallery/installation field.
Models of Unity showcases “initiatives that are working to bring people together across divides of race, ethnicity, and religion in ways that benefit the spiritual, social, and/or economic life of their communities.”
Features galleries of their gorgeous studios, teacher profiles and is structured to capture search engine traffic in two languages – English and Chinese.
It’s not a Pollyanna view of global warming, but designed to highlight the opportunities inherent in such massive change.
Their site features extensive online recruitment and job seeker forms, helping them streamline their routine activities.
Simplicity works. And so does WordPress. Website for a Los Angeles-based dance and yoga studio.