Posts Tagged ‘responsive design’

Simplifying Content Management for Nissan Europe

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Nissan Europe needed an easy way for their smaller European countries’ websites to share and publish content while still keeping in line with the larger presence sites (England, France, etc). After having previously built websites for the markets in question as well as hosting their websites, they now asked us to build an easy-to-use content management system to simplify their workflow. Alongside the new content management system we also restyled their older websites, including a responsive layout.

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World Health Organization Goes Responsive

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No doubt, the mobile world has been growing rapidly these past few years. By now there should be more mobile devices on earth than people, according to an infographic posted on digitalbuzzblog.com. This increases the importance of Responsive Web Design; and the World Health Organization (WHO) didn’t want to miss out on the potential user base.

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Responsive Web Design: Flexible Sites for a Mobile World

We’ve mentioned responsive web design in a few of our blog entries in the past, and with 2013 being the year of responsive web design, we’d like to take a closer look into the concept and what’s behind it.

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Developing SMEinfo

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Gossamer Threads has been working with AMEinfo, the premiere Middle Eastern business portal, for ten years. In that time we’ve been their primary technical partner, offering complete web hosting, development, and support services. When AME decided to broaden begin a new initiative, a brand dedicated to helping small and medium startup businesses get established in the United Arab Emirates, they came to us to help ensure that the site design and development would mesh with their existing website, while offering all of the site’s resources in as clear and simple a manner as possible. Here’s how we helped build SMEinfo…

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