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9 Sandvox sites tagged “environment”

Tahsis Issues

Tahsis Issues

“I didn't really develop any interesting techniques. It took time, using drag and drop, and the inspector to find visually appealing characteristics for the basic objects: pages, text boxes, photo albums, ...” — Gordon O'Connell

Spotlighting Southeast Chicago

Spotlighting Southeast Chicago

“The website, begun new, has not had a lot of time to develop such anecdotes. However, on the day after its first post on the Internet, it gained this comment: "In one paragraph, you effortlessly move from Native Americans to farming, you are one amazing writer Kevin!"” — Kevin Murphy

Debra Hyatt

Debra Hyatt

“i don't think i did anything too clever. I just used photos with links to Vimeo and Youtube to give my pages more of a sense of continuity. I have used hyperlinks quite [a bit] so visitors can visit the sites the organisation I have mentioned.” — Ms. D. J. Hyatt

Team HABs

Team HABs

“We have just published our website and it is still in progress of adding additional information. We hope to provide more information to the public and the scientific communities on harmful/toxic marine algae.” — Sandric Leong

Owe Aku

Owe Aku

“I was looking for something simple and easy to manipulate with text and colors. I prefer sidebars to menu bars at the top of the page because I think those distract from the content.” — K. Lebsock

Bechert Productions

Bechert Productions

“I chose the Behind the Rabbit carbone design because it highlighted my images and has a nice clean look in a bright orange colour.” — MacBook Pro

Foss Environmental Consulting

Foss Environmental Consulting

“This website aims to provide information about myself, in my CV and publications list, the environmental and wetland projects I have been involved in over the last few years as an environmental consultant, the services I can offer clients, my nature photography collection, hobbies and general...” — Peter Foss

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

Make Do And Mend

Make Do And Mend

“This website helped me to pass my MA with Distinction + got me a feature in Ethical Living Magazine (Jan/Feb 09 issue)!” — Nathalie Gottschalk