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Ljudi Govore: Launched

March 19, 2011

What may seem like a simple WordPress website, Ljudi Govore actually pushes WP to its limits. Ljudi Govore is a printed literary magazine, well respected amongst Serbian literary critics. It was first published in 2008, and has since been releasing new issues quarterly. Readers of the magazine have been asking for a digital version of the content, and as such, we have been asked to create and deliver it to… Read more →

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Art For Everyday: Reloaded

March 4, 2011

Art For Everyday (AFE) is a company that creates architectural woodcarvings for use in homes. Its website has been in need of a refresh for a long time and they asked us to update the look and feel as well as the overall flow of the website. After receiving the web design, we proceeded to apply it as a WordPress theme: AFE’s blog section was revamped completely, to look more… Read more →

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Drastic Music: Launched

October 11, 2010

Using a newly created design for the Drastic Music website, we created a WordPress theme with an easy-to-use contact form and cool CSS mouseover effects. This was the first time we used WordPress 3.0 (which came out recently), and it worked like a charm! Menus and sidebars are now easier to create and manage than ever before. In retrospect, WordPress seems to be making great strides to make itself more… Read more →

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Cordon Media: New Landing Page

August 17, 2010

Before proceeding to market its services, Cordon Media Inc. wanted to spruce up it’s portfolio website with new content and a fresh look. The site was already built using WordPress, so we took the design given to us by Cordon Media Inc., and turned it into a new theme. The front page now stands out from the rest of the site with a different color scheme and the contact form… Read more →

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New Meadowlands Stadium: Launched

November 6, 2009

After the original contractor left the website half finished, we took on the responsibility to implement the remaining changes and launch the website. Considering that the new Meadowlands Stadium (for which the website was built) is the second largest NFL stadium, a lot of attention was given to the tiniest of details. The site was not only made compatible with all the major browsers (FF, IE6/7/8, Opera, Safari, Chrome), but… Read more →

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