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8 Sandvox sites tagged “english”

Enjoy Tanka!

Enjoy Tanka!

“While constructing my new website with Sandvox, I closed my old site. Of course, members were checking the site and wondering what happened to the site, I guess. When I sent them an email about my new site, everyone loved the new site, saying it's easy to follow, has a beautiful design, and is...” — Kozue Uzawa

Parables in Pictures

Parables in Pictures

“I liked it's discrete colours, clean lines and overall simplicity. The illustrations that make up each story can be seen at a glance and the format frames them neatly.” — Sarah and Martyn Cunnington

Café Davis

Café Davis

“I chose the "Smooth Dark" Sandvox design because it is minimal, elegant, and contemporary in its simplicity. I also chose it since it allows relatively high contrast and is not just ordinary, plain white, like so many other sites.” — Mr. Christopher Davis

Welcome to Elham Khalil Website

Welcome to Elham Khalil Website

“I am trying to promote plays, books, and the website should evoke a clear and quiet impression to give the interested the chance to read. Basic lines and soft colours would [allow] more time for the reader to see more pages. Choice of fonts is important; it should be easy to take you through....” — Elham Khalil

Mr. C's Web Site

“Mine is a Web site for my high school classes. It features curricula for my 9th and 10th grade English classes, as well as U.S. history links for my Advanced Placement U.S. History class.” — Thomas Cambisios

Tutoring for Success in DFW

Tutoring for Success in DFW

“I chose the "clean sheets" design. I want a simple site that loads fast. That design seemed spare and close to the original design.” — Mark Bolzan

Daniela Hospes.Com

Daniela Hospes.Com

“I have chosen the "SWD my Life Design". I like it because I could personalize it easily and some handy snippets come with it too. So there is no need to know about HTML coding.” — Daniela Hospes

Alberto Carlo Galli

Alberto Carlo Galli

“My website has been built to make my teaching more dynamic and my students more interested in learning English. So, there is information on my teaching methodology, grading criteria, and syllabuses. There are also links to relevant EFL sites and some interactive exercises.” — Alberto Carlo Galli