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8 Sandvox sites tagged “development”

Original Flutes

Original Flutes

“I liked this design because it was simple and didn't distract from my content, which is very visual in nature.” — Michael Lynn

Pragmatic Designs Inc.

Pragmatic Designs Inc.

“Having been steadily booked for the past nine years, I haven't needed a website to promote my business. Several long-term contracts are concluding now, however, so updating the site became an urgent priority; Sandvox made it possible for me to put up a new site in less than a week.” — Julia Truchsess

Brewster's Software, etc.

Brewster's Software, etc.

“In order to get the three images on my home page centered, I had to use CSS with code injection to modify the display of the paragraph containing the pictures.” — Israel Brewster

Our Home On The Interweb

Our Home On The Interweb

“I first developed my site while living in San Diego. The rest of my family lived back east and I wanted to be able to share photos etc... with them. This was prior to facebook/myspace.” — Ed Mencke

Susan Johnston Consulting: Professional Development for Community Colleges and Universities

Susan Johnston Consulting: Professional Development for Community Colleges and Universities

“I chose the particular Sandvox design I am using because I liked its clean, streamlined, and professional appearance. I also liked the menu tab option instead of having the menu links as titles. The design also seemed to match the way I wanted my content to be presented. I have received many...” — Susan Johnston

Jerome Consulting

Jerome Consulting

“Many website designs allow you to change quite a bit, including the banner (the face of your website), so don't overlook design choices until you check for this functionality. On my Ideas page, I share my favorite RSS feeds with my clients. I use pagelets in a variety of ways, with/without headers,...” — Paul Jerome

Wigge Lab

Wigge Lab

“My lab studies how plants sense and respond to temperature. We use Arabidopsis thaliana and Brachypodium distachon as model systems. We are interested in how temperature regulates transcription, and particularly the role of chromatin structure in affecting transcription. We are always interested in...” — Philip Wigge

Bridge To Africa

Bridge To Africa

“Bridge To Africa is a non-governmental, non-profit, non-religious, non-political voluntary organization working towards the benefits of vulnerable groups in Africa and promoting cultural and scientific exchange between African and European individuals and organizations. The website offers an...” — Jan Frank