Archive for the ‘Design’ Category

Published in SpeckyBoy : Why Fireworks is better for web design than Photoshop & Illustrator combination

Friday, October 15th, 2010

I was published this week by SpeckBoy Design Magazine about why Fireworks is better than Photoshop and Illustrator combined.

It’s well worth the read if your into design

Stage 2 on the cards for Unselfish Designs

Wednesday, March 10th, 2010

After getting a simple blog to help show off her products Wendy is now ready to take unlsefish designs to the next level with a bunch of new features.

  • T-shirt builder
  • Share links
  • Social networking
  • Sales order processing
  • A change in direction on design and layout

We’re looking forward to all the challenges she can throw at us.

New Video Service – Phat Reaction Videos

Tuesday, March 9th, 2010

We’ve been busy and have created our own Videowall Blog Website (phat reaction videos). It connects up the videos of youtube and the webservices of various affiliate programs including Amazon’s. This system allows viewers to watch a complete playlist of youtube videos without having overlaid advertisements (We pop them on the side in a retractable menu system) and in almost full screen as standard, and with a small press of the f11 button as big as the display.

Not only have we created the website, we have also created a simple Facebook application (phat reaction videos on facebook) to show the same playlists.

The blog will be focusing on Music, Sport, Comedy and Extreem Sports

H2A Fitworkout site online

Wednesday, January 6th, 2010

Yep, that’s another site under my belt…. This time it is one for a personal trainer here in Amsterdam. Hakima Hamimi wanted a site that stood out from the crowd and found that all the other personal trainer sites were not to her liking. I showed her my back catalog of websites that I have made and she decided that she really liked the Denon Boundless Microsite and wanted one very similar.

So with that in mind we created the site H2A-fitworkout.com and as it is the Netherlands she needed it to be in two languages (english language version, dutch language version). Again the site was based on wordpress to quicken the developement time.

In future she may choose also to add some music to the site to liven it up a little, but for now she is one satisfied customer.