W2W Records is the new record label headed by Frank Thomas - yes, that Frank Thomas - and their debut presence page on the web is a simple but effective sampling of the musical offerings they already have in the works. With the handy jCarousel jQuery plugin by Jan Sorgalla, a fresh design by the ever-resourceful folks at Cerebral Itch and a handful of social media tools, we launched this website in record time.
The official website of the Las Vegas-based television program of the same name, the HomeOwner Talk website is a customized installation of AXIS CMS. Outfitted with the ever-flexible Shadowbox media player, here friends of the program can watch archived episodes and submit their own homeowner questions for consideration in future episodes. Design by Casey Wiesel of Kaleidos Creative.
CerebralItch eCards are coming to the iPhone! This promotional site - the latest addition to the CerebralItch Network - was launched in April 2009 to pre-announce the upcoming (June 2009) release of their hilarious iPhone App. With art by by Paul Chamberlain, the site features a browsable gallery of cards and invitations, using the popular Shadowbox system to display them in slideshow format.
The presence and publishing site of Nevada Association Services uses our Axis-CMS system to create and manage a growing number of releases, photogalleries and PDF publications. Designed by Casey Weisel of Kaleidos Creative, the site makes liberal use of AJAX trickery and incorporates the Shadowbox slideshow system.
The portfolio/presence site of the architectural engineering firm StructuralFocus takes advantage of the Axis CMS system and pushes it to its limits. The site features a number of dynamic animated effects using AJAX and the Prototype library, as well as a "gallery" feature which is a modified version of Shadowbox. Design and Art by Ben Thompson of Studiofluid.
"An interest in any aspect of reality requiring concentrated attention in solitude is considered a particularly dangerous symptom. This leads to the interesting result that if anyone does take any interest in reality he is almost certain to be told that he is running away from it."