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9 Sandvox sites tagged “technology”

Odds and Ends

Odds and Ends

“Nope, sorry no killer stories yet. I have had a few asking me how I created the website and they liked how it looked. So I directed them to the Sandvox site.” — Martin Rud Jakobsen

Mark Ballora

Mark Ballora

“My website is designed to introduce people to my sound and music work. There are videos and audio files that people can use to play performances, radio dramas, musical compositions, and videos. There is also a bio and list of publications.” — Mark Ballora

ScrubDeck

ScrubDeck

“I chose the design "minty fresh" because of its clean lines and calm appearance. It is easy on the eye (kind of like surgical drapes I guess!) and suits the surgery theme in which ScrubDeck is based.” — Jennifer Willson

The African Experimenter

The African Experimenter

“I have used other website providers for several years but some are quite a struggle. I have not been using Sandvox for long and I haven’t yet read all the manual, so I haven’t come across all the possibilities, but what I particulary like already is that if I put in something new, or make...” — Keith Warren

Introduction to the Grupo Faísca

Introduction to the Grupo Faísca

“Articles, videos, and a magazine to help young people in Mozambique understand science and technology.” — Keith Warren

Enman Group- Engineering Excellence in the Caribbean

Enman Group- Engineering Excellence in the Caribbean

“Generally, I followed the tips received and played around with various options. Most of our company information is created in iWork Pages and it was relatively easy to import this. I wanted several logs to appear in the banner so I created a jpg file with sufficient room above the logos to neatly...” — Donald Baldeosingh

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

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

Twittens

Twittens

“The website, like the business is brand new - so the wild anecdotes of my success will have to wait a little while. There is little question that it has gotten quite a bit of traffic and attention, especially considering that as of this moment I'm still not actually offering anything for sale. That...” — Canucklehead