Thanks for visiting our brand spanking new website. This is a work in progress, an experiment without a version number. Things will change and evolve over time once we figure out what we want to do with this thing. One thing’s for sure—calling this a beta would be just lazy. We don’t wanna be like that, do we? "
Future of digital culture and e-commerce
Most interesting thing during the week was Tia and Sami presenting at the Future of digital culture and e-commerce (Kulttuurikaupan digitaalinen tulevaisuus) seminar at Dubrovnik. People present were influencers, doers & makers and journalists. Some of these included Anders Sjöman from Voddler and Anni Ronkainen from Google.
Site awards and ranting about half-assed web development, eBooks.
Generally, our aim is to spec things 95%. Therefore, some room for final polish is actually left for the dev team, on-the-fly prototyping and especially the front-end people. A great coder shines here and makes or breaks the UI and the UX. Now, if this guy is opening PSD’s in GIMP, is it a sign of passionate effort to make the best UI possible?
Got our new website up and rocking, have party pics!
In other words, last week saw the launch of our new website. A modern one page approach with some overlaid navigation and project descriptions. The new site got immediately a good response in the Twitterverse.
So, it's been a long time coming but finally, yesterday we got a new website out for the world to see. Here's some thoughts about the process and why and how we did what we did.
First, I feel we’ve never really had a proper site out until now. This is actually a website version number four of which three got released, and one got canned on being too complex to do *well enough*. We got a pretty flying start three years ago and pretty much had just an address with [...]