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a while ago, we redesigned the corporate identity for the event- and catering agency p.events Event & Catering oHG based in Germany.
Along with the new corporate design we also developed a new website based on ProcessWire 2.7:
The website's current focus is the presentation of p.event's services and therefore makes use of many images. It is planned to extend the website with a blog and a more sophisticated inquiry form in the future.
The website is fully responsive (including images with srcset), uses free-flow image sliders and some CSS3 features like animations.
We're looking forward to your feedback
My 1st submission here -
MeBilling.com - A website for a medical billing solution provider.
What I did in this:
Logo, Website Design, Processwire integration
Processwire modules used:
Mostly utilised core 3.0.x modules, with Frontend editing feature for ease of content editors.
Let the opinions flow in.
By Kuba Pawlak
I like to share a project developed using ProcessWire. App-UNIVERSE.net is a modern online service with software database download. We provide access to a rich app database for desktop operating systems based on Windows and Mac OS. Within each category we present both free and commercial apps used by professionals in industries as movie creation, interior design, transportation, creating presentations, coding apps and games, etc.
All available apps in App-UNIVERSE contain information like license, name of developer, date of app update, actual description of main features and direct links to files hosted on developers homepage. Site visitors can search for apps not only through the catalog, but also an advanced search engine. Applications can be searched by criteria such as category, developer, name of the application or alternative.
Unlike many competing sites we do not offer download of files via download assistant that under the pretext of simplifying the process of installing apps are spying software and are installing in system toolbars and other unnecessary components. We focus primarily on all valuable apps that we can height recommend to our users.
Had a couple of quieter days last week and decided to take a deeper look at some new software out there for designing mockups/prototypes.
Some of them I was familiar with, others less so.
The one that I personally find most promising was UX Pin. It seems to be relatively simple to use and yet has a wider array of stencils to use for quick prototyping. Some of these tools have quite a focus on CSS fidelity, others are just tools to sketch with. Some are purposefully low-fidelity (Balsamiq, Moqups) while others you could theoretically use to build out a whole design, complete with animations and interactions.
I'm interested how some of you guys are building nowadays? Do you still stick regimentally to the full design in a PS/FW or do you have a more iterative process?
Another feature of a lot of these apps is presenting for clients and there are some apps which do just this:
This can offer a more favourable approach than just emailing a PDF or even pointing at one face-to-face on a screen.
Have any of you used any of these and what were your experiences?