The Association of Registered Graphic Designers (RGD) has a fresh new website that launched a few days ago and the feedback has been outstanding so far! "With a fresh design from Oxygen and back-end development from Smallbox, the new website highlights RGD’s programs, news and events from the design community, job postings, professional development resources and member benefits," says the RGD in a recent article on their new website (read more).
Guinness may have been born in Ireland, but its Irish spirit is alive and well at Dubh Linn Gate Irish Pub in Whistler, BC, Canada. The spirit just got even better online with a brand new website and dedicated mobile site!
The Southwest Newcomer Welcome Centre has launched a new website powered by Smallbox. The site is robust and easy to navigate, with simple navigation and design.
The Britannia Community Services Centre in Vancouver, BC has just launched an updated website with a new homepage and upgraded Content Management System.
The BC Women's Hospital and Health Centre Foundation just launched a new website! Designed by Gravity Inc. and powered by Smallbox CMS, this new site is loaded with modules and functionality so that BC Women's can share their news and stories, including some of the wonderful babies born there, and recognize their donors who help fund their important work.
The City of New Westminster website has a fresh new hompage! Designed by Ion Branding + Design and Powered by Smallbox, the new homepage structure allows for a more “newsy” look and feel.
Smallbox is pleased to announce we will be working with the Association of Registered Graphic Designers of Ontario (RGD) and Toronto-based Oxygen Design Agency to develop and launch a new RGD Website this fall.
If you read Bob Atkinson's column in Sep/Oct 2010 issue of DesignEdge Magazine you would think Flash was the second coming for web development. It isn't.
A Q+A back and forth about UX Design
In and amongst all the discussion at and about Design Currency - now a week and a half ago - there is one talk that stands out for me. And it is not to do with the way it was said, or its value to business, or its philosophical implications, or its parallel struggles with marketing in the corporate decision making process...