A collaboration with Pixels Vs. Paper to produce a unique look and feel for the new, fast growing, independent music label. Their current roster includes the now immoderately successful Lizzie Grant, a.k.a. Lana Del Ray.
This site provides a clean and simple aesthetic for a series of publications relating to the work of various Government and non-government agencies.
“AD Research and Analysis Ltd is an independent social research company founded and headed by Andrew Darnton. The company specialises in: providing guidance on behaviour change ... We like to focus our efforts on the priority policy challenges in sustainability and the environment, health, global poverty, education and justice.”
A HTML5 site in the style of a monotyped book. The content is likely to change rapidly over the remaining weeks of 2011 as new developments occur.
Launched shortly after the parent site's renovation was completed (see below). This forum peaked last year with several thousand members, along with interest in the upcoming feature film, and now its troughed.
The Freak Brothers site drew together the various different strands of internet based fandom that surround the comics of the same name. Coupled with them were links to the home page of the up-coming feature, Grass Roots: The Movie, and to its substantial social network following. The site was a mix of HTML 4.01 and CSS 3 designed to degrade acceptably on underdeveloped and backward browsers such as, for example, Mosaic 2.6 or Internet Explorer 8.
A revamp of the old site completed summer of 2009. The bolexbrothers are a Bristol based animation studio, perhaps most famous for 'The Secret Adventures of Tom Thumb'. As per spec., the site retains the same style, mood and broadly the same content, simplifies navigation and introduces a number of playful interactive elements.
The pages of this rather minimal site may not display properly on older browsers. In particular on Internet Explorer before version 9. But it looks fine on Lynx, which is very important in this multimedia, social, HTML5, app-centric age, and why I've asked all other browsers to look at it through a console-prism.