Showing posts from February, 2013

Logo Design - Redux

   We redesigned the Beat Rockerz logo with a modernized treatment using CorelDraw X6. The updated logo is now includes: Vector based format Updated graphic elemets New font ( Mikodacs PCS ) Text gradients Drop-shadow High resolution output

Web site designed for South Lake Union Endodontics

Google Sites website designed for South Lake Union Endodontics in Seattle WA. Link to new website:  South Lake Union Endodontics Website created using free CMS solution from Google (Google Sites). Getting sweet on Google Sites.  Pardon the Valentine's Day reference...'tis the season The more we use GSites the more we like it.  Google Sites is a great alternative to the more prolific CMS platforms out there.  Definitely some design constraints, but for an affordable quick to market website, it's a worthy solution. Free SEO friendly Custom URLs Browser based editing Granular permissions Integration with Google Apps

DotNetNuke 7.0.3

DotNetNuke version 7.0.3 now available Download from CodePlex here: DNN 7.0.3 Major Highlights Fixed issue that prevented non admins and non hosts to save HTML content as a template Fixed potential endless loop when using the device redirection on a new site Fixed UI issue where sub menus could go off screen Fixed issue that stopped users from switching sites from the control bar Fixed CSS issue for disabled menu items Fixed issue with link in the Journal when a site is restored in a different server Fixed issue that prevented pop ups from closing when a window would not use the default alias for JQuery Fixed errors when registering or logging in using a Twitter account Fixed issue that stopped users from updating the Max File Size value Implemented functionality in the Admin > Advanced Configuration > Languages so that users are able to re install and upgrade language packs Fixed error in the HTML Editor I

1,100 Projects Completed

Some fun, some not...but all 1.1K are done! My project numbering system is fairly straight forward.  For every new job that comes through the door, increment by one and add a customer code (i.e., 1100_WEB).  This morning we reached a milestone.  Well its not a big deal, but I liked the number.  It gave me an excuse to paint graffiti on the side of the building.  Just kidding. Milestone reached: 1,100 projects completed. It took us 11 years, and we've been consistent.  Completing roughly 100 projects per year.  All varieties, shapes and sizes.  From signage design to complete e-commerce websites, it's been a wild ride. Meetings, phone calls, emails and texts.  1,100 projects down, and here's to the next!   Thanks to all of our customers who have trusted us with their web and marketing needs.