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Above you can find a few selected examples of work that we have done or work that our developers have been involved with. Because our developers and designers are industry veterans, we can provide many more examples if desired.
We developed a Flash-based site that featured subtle animations in oil paintings to provide a sense of exclusivity and high-end living in a Scottsdale/Phoenix real-estate development.
Despite the fact that the site is create dentirely in Adobe Flash, it is search engine optimized via the use of a google accepted method of search engine optimization for Flash-based sites.
Web Site: No longer live
Douglas K. Cook, Attorney
The site is designed to reflect the ties of an Arizona estate planning attorney. The blog functionality allows the attorney to optimize the content on the site for search engines.
Our client wanted the site to be both conventional and professional in terms of its navigation and usability but also wanted the site to reflect a more artistic and unconventional aesthetic. We worked with the client to determine those sites that the client found appealing and those which weren't.
We created a design that incorporates a photo brackground that fills the browser window and allows to the foregound to appear as if it is in 3D to add dimension and depth all while maintaing the dignity and decorum of the practice of law.
Web Site: Arizona Estate Planning Attorney
Volunteer Legal Assistance for Artists
Legal services group needed a site that would inform artists about copyright and trademark law and would also allow people to raise questions to be answered at law clinics.
We developed a site that appeals to both creative and professional types via using an art gallery for inspiration and theme through out the site.
Web Site: http://artsadvocacy.org
The site is designed to allow for the complete management of user accounts and all of their related media via a web-based back-end requiring nothing more than a browser.
Vistors can can create an account that will allows then to store and display their pictures, videos, and blog entries in one place. One of the main problems with photo and video sharing sites is that those people who don't have a significant amount of time to devote to the display of their media cannot effectively share their media.
We created an innovative interface that allows visitors to fix this problem by allowing a default method of organization using chronology while still allowing more customization to those users that have more time to oganize their media.
Web Site: http://pixld.com