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15 Sandvox sites tagged “workshop”

Klezmer Bonn

Klezmer Bonn

“Asking around for bands to send me information, it is funny to see, that everyone says, "Wow, that's a great idea." Actually the idea is so simple - why did no one come up with it until now?” — Georg Brinkmann

Georg Brinkmann

Georg Brinkmann

“There is a lot of music on the website - there are compositions, music composed for special events, even a Mozart and other serious stuff. But what all people definitely like the most, is the turtle song "Ich bin Paula" (I am Paula), a very simple children's song, which I sing in that silly high...” — Georg Brinkmann

Lee McIntyre Photography

Lee McIntyre Photography

“The Lake design by Behind the Rabbit is a wonderfully elegant design that compliments the photography examples.” — L. Lee McIntyre

Wingmaker Arts Collaborative

Wingmaker Arts Collaborative

“I am still in the beginning phase of my work with Sandvox and look forward to adding more and more elements to the site. We have been up on Sandvox for about three months.” — Rebecca Haworth

Gamelanworkshop

Gamelanworkshop

“This design is very clear, very readable. It has no frills that lead attention away from the main message.” — Pieter Duimelaar

l.i. YOGA mag

l.i. YOGA mag

“Long Island’s magazine dedicated exclusively to the practice of yoga and yoga workshops happening in our local community.” — Kristen O'Toole

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

Susan McGehee

Susan McGehee

“The purpose of my website is to create an electronic portfolio show photo images of my past woven metal and wire wall hangings, wire and metal kimonos,wire and glass ornaments. The contents also include artist information, list of galleries and art consultants, resources, information about weaving...” — Susan H. McGehee

Arts Integration Consulting

Arts Integration Consulting

“As an arts-based consulting firm, we were looking for something that had a clean, artistic edge to it--something that would convey the creativity that our company embodies.” — Sean Layne

Galleons Lap Photography

“I like minimalist designs, and I find the selection of these designs to be 1st rate in Sandvox (and their 3rd party designers. I like my websites to get out of the way of the content, and so gravitate to those designs that do that.” — Michael Robb and Seth Berkowitz

3rd Mind Business Consulting

3rd Mind Business Consulting

“After relaunch our new designed website we recognize more traffic and hear several compliments about it. Hm ...” — Frank Giebel

Susan Johnston Consulting: Professional Development for Community Colleges and Universities

Susan Johnston Consulting: Professional Development for Community Colleges and Universities

“I chose the particular Sandvox design I am using because I liked its clean, streamlined, and professional appearance. I also liked the menu tab option instead of having the menu links as titles. The design also seemed to match the way I wanted my content to be presented. I have received many...” — Susan Johnston

Photography Workshops in Bali, Indonesia, centered on the town of Ubud

Photography Workshops in Bali, Indonesia, centered on the town of Ubud

“I tried a few other designs, but this one was the cleanest and maximized the display of images - as a photographers, it's all about the photos!!!” — George Simian

Alpha Truss

Alpha Truss

“The website had to have simple lines, and look uncluttered and be helpful. Other designs would have worked too, but this one hit the spot.” — Diane McWilliams & Helen Ramani

Photography Workshop in Bali

Photography Workshop in Bali

“I purchased this template from Charlie at Blue Ball Design, because of its simple yet elegant design. It supports the message of professionalism that we are trying to emphasize.” — George Simian