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7 Sandvox sites tagged “theatre”

yolande snaith

“I was trying to find the perfect photo to serve my website on the home page, and nothing felt right. When I had reached complete exhaustion I played around with some of my rough sketches, and after a few tries, one of these drawings just clicked and created a whole new visual concept for the...” — Yolande V. Snaith

Calgary Arts Summer School

“I chose Sandvox because I like to refresh the website every two or three years. This design was modern and simple, allowing the information to take precedence over the appearance while keeping a professional look. I will gradually add other features of Sandvox (e.g. podcasts) as we get the...” — Rob Whitworth

Byakko Gekidan: Kampf um Kyoto

Byakko Gekidan: Kampf um Kyoto

“At the very beginning we had a website on MobileMe with Apple's iWeb - after the end of this service we built a new one with Sandvox and this was a real improvement.” — Andreas Mrugalla

Moxie Crew

Moxie Crew

“Our play "Kiss Within A Kiss" has big, red lips in its logo, so we looked at designs that also used red. From the those we chose the one which seemed to work best with the lips.” — James Herchak

Scartato

Scartato

“I chose this particular design because the graphic seemed to complement the feel of what I was trying to achieve with the book itself.” — Mr. Nigel Holloway

Robert Broadfoot, Scenic Designer

“When I launched the website the first thing I did was post it to Facebook to get feedback from industry friends. It was uniformly positive and almost entirely content oriented, which means no one had any complaints about the architecture of the site - the template was flawless and professional so...” — Robert Broadfoot

www.atheatreproject

www.atheatreproject

“my website is designed to promote Richard Pilbrow's new book A THEATRE PROJECT. This is the story of an upstart company, Theatre Projects, in the world of British Theatre that created the stage lighting and sound design professions and revolutionized theatre lighting, sound and technology, then...” — Richard Pilbrow