Posts Tagged ‘redesign’

YogaFox Studios


Project Details:

The YogaFox website was redesigned to showcase the full breadth of yoga services that the company offers. Keeping a similar layout as the previous design, some more interactive features were added such as modern embedded PDFs, interactive Google calendar displays, and a reworking of all YogaFox content including events, workshops, teacher bios, teacher training materials, and locations.

About YogaFox:

YogaFox Studios offers daily yoga classes in Delray Beach, yoga teacher training, yoga retreats, private yoga class sessions and yoga with live music events. YogaFox is a registered school with 200 and 500 hour yoga teacher training programs.


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Uncle Tais Hunan Yuan


About Uncle Tai’s:

Uncle Tai’s Hunan Yuan is a Chinese restaurant located in Boca Raton, FL. With over 30 years of experience, the Tai family serves high quality Chinese cuisine food to thousands of diners each year. Rosstamicah worked with Above & Beyond Advertising to create a new web presence for Uncle Tai’s well known fine dining establishment.

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Showcase of Artist Websites

As someone who keeps myself regularly updated with artists within the art scene (lowbrow/underground/pop surrealism) I find it very hard to find artists with websites that match their work. It is so surprising to see a group of such highly creative people have such sub=par web presences.

I guess part of this goes back to the “my work is so good, that my website doesn’t need to be” mentality that many artists have, but whatever the reason is there are simply too many great artists with sites that don’t match their talent. So I began a search for some of the better (there‘s too many artists out there to call this a best of list) artist websites out there and here’s a sampling of what I found:

Artist: Friends With You

The FriendsWithYou website is one of the few sites I found that’s actually designed…..really well. The typography is clean, the 3d navigation buttons are a great touch, and the use of mouse-interactivity in the flash header is a simple tie-in to FWY’s world of smiley faced silliness. Images in blog posts are greyscaled until hover, and they’re big and splashy. A site that’s very easy on the eyes, as well as easy to navigate.

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