This is a fairly basic site content-wise, but it’s the first client site we’ve built on the Bootstrap 3 framework — extensively customized, of course, and fairly heavily optimized. jQuery provides animations when you mouse over project thumbnails, and the project slideshows themselves are powered by Bootstrap’s Carousel component. Continue reading Vasilko Architects→
This is a site I rebuilt from an old HTML 4 layout into something closer to HTML5. The photos across the homepage used to be a single large animated GIF; I recreated the same design using individual images and CSS3 to improve the animation while cutting the total weight of the page down to a tenth. A mobile stylesheet was built but wasn’t approved. Even so, it’s a big improvement under the hood.
As usual, I didn’t design this one, I just built it. A little bit of jQuery, a lot of CSS, a splash of embPerl and Google Maps API on the contact page, all built on top of an HTML5 template (with Modernizr providing the shiv for older browsers). The homepage uses a variation on my simple slideshow which interacts with the main navigation tabs.