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8 Sandvox sites tagged “women”

IBS Relief

IBS Relief

“We chose this Sandvox design by apogee because of it's mobile responsiveness. In just a few minutes we were able to convert an iWeb design to a mobile platform on Sandvox.” — Patrick Giammarise, DC

Hair Stylist Martin Rodriguez

“Clients love my webpage. It has plenty of information about hair and hair color. I have plenty of images to choose from with ideas for their hair. They can book online, which makes it easy to get an appointment.” — Martin Rodriguez

Rimwe Educational Resources

“I was looking for a "clean" design that was imminently readable but that also had an element of style. The graphic similarity to Africa was just a bonus since Rimwe LLC is so closely connected to Rwanda. Dr. Perdue was a Fulbright Scholar there and is still in touch with her former students (al of...” — Dr. Diana S. Perdue

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

Two Too Smart, Smartass Mommies

Two Too Smart, Smartass Mommies

“Since our funny mommies site is designed primarily as a blog, it will (quite obviously) be "text heavy" with little to no graphics. The Sandvox design we used ("Distinction" - red) is simple, clean and allows us to play around with any font we choose.” — Stacy Stensrud and Kimberly Salim

Personal Protection Systems Inc.

Personal Protection Systems Inc.

“The design that we picked not only matched our corporate scheme, but it was also simplistic but yet professional in its visual appearance.” — Elizabeth and Darren Laur

Salem College Class of 1964

Salem College Class of 1964

“My reunion website has gotten MANY compliments and accolades. It was passed around many offices and faculty for them to read and provided a good laugh for many.” — Jo Faulman

The Memphis Fencers

The Memphis Fencers

“People are starting to appreciate our website for its content but also its attractive design. They really think I spend LONG HOURS making it look the way it does. :P” — Thomas Knowles