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8 Sandvox sites tagged “sustainable”

Dragonfly Farms

Dragonfly Farms

“I chose the design because it seemed the most "earthy". The browns and greens suggest a natural feeling which fit well with our farm business.” — Susan Ventura

Urbanism BlogOffs

Urbanism BlogOffs

“The most remarkable thing about this site is the fact that it was built on an airport layover. Sure, I've added content since then, but everything about the site was originally built and hooked up to Google, Facebook, etc. in less than two hours. Sandvox made that possible… that would have been...” — Steve Mouzon

Studio Sky

Studio Sky

“Unlike my other sites, Studio Sky's site represents three designers, each with strong design preferences. Under those conditions, site designs are likely to be watered down but this site actually accommodates the best of each vision.” — Steve Mouzon

Mouzon Design

Mouzon Design

“The story about the Ideas collection hasn't happened yet… but I think it will. The Ideas collection is where I'm planning to put a bunch of worthwhile stuff we don't have time to work on, but which i hope piques someone else's interest. I hope that someday someone says "Remember this idea? I...” — Steve Mouzon

Original Green

Original Green

“I've done a lot of (for me) cool stuff on this site, including the following: • Facebook Comments makes a great free Guestbook. • I use Google Custom Search with ads, which provides revenue I use for web hosting, etc. • people regularly ask about getting listed on my Links and Twitter...” — Steve Mouzon

Nature by Design

Nature by Design

“It gave the most "earthy" quality to reflect the nature of my business. I would have liked a more casual, relaxed feel as the one I chose is a bit formal and "corporate".” — Lisa Burton

Stewart + Tsai Architects Inc.

“Just uploaded the site last week, hopefully hear some comments soon. We noted that there were more than 80 views of our post on the Karelia Forum for our new website and one good comment.” — Grant Stewart

Dave Whiting and Associates

Dave Whiting and Associates

“I found the Google Chrome browser worked best when copying and pasting html from Google Maps when making a "mashup".” — David Whiting