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8 Sandvox sites tagged “teaching”

Mindfulessforlife

Mindfulessforlife

“My main site uses placeholders for videos , smart text, and graphics and is quite different from this site. That was the intention from the start-- easy, quick access to relevant, understandable material on a pleasant background.” — Martin Williams

Santa Feet Reflexology

“Many visitors to my website have commented on how attractive and effective my website is. One of those visitors happens to own a reputable website design company, which made be feel even more confident of the quality of my website and Sandvox.” — Jim J. Williams

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

Creativity Planet Arts Workshop

Creativity Planet Arts Workshop

“My daughter's and friends think I am a tech whiz..I know I could teach a child to build a website with this easy to use product and maybe I will.” — Patricia A. Rieger

Dr. Kostalena Michelaki

Dr. Kostalena Michelaki

“I loved the colours on the design I chose, because they looked very earthy and archaeological, which matched exactly the content of my site. I also loved the simplicity of the look.” — Kostalena Michelaki

Marian Concus, Flutist

Marian Concus, Flutist

“The overall layout and templates were what we had in mind for the site. The look was a bit understated and professional. This is the image we are trying to project.” — Eric Schweitzer and Marian Concus

Science As Inquiry

Science As Inquiry

“One of my first Sandvox sites was a project for teachers to use with their students to learn about the utter destruction that was wrought by Hurricane Katrina. Developed right after Hurricane Katrina, thousands of teachers around the world have visited the site and made use of the resources to...” — Jack Hassard

MrEverson.com

MrEverson.com

“I get complimented on my site by parents all the time. They love being able to verify the claims of, "I don't have any homework." I've also received compliments from administrators and resource teachers. When a student is absent for an extended period of time or needs extra support, I send out the...” — Benjamin Everson