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In early June we launched a redesign of our long-term partner www.sjaeloer.dk. The site had been online for about two years and needed a brush-up with a more corporate and official touch.
Here is a screendump of the design from 2009 to 2011:
And the new design:
The new design for this website has finally launched. Why did it take us so long then? It could seem ironic that people who make websites on a daily basis are so slow, but designing – and deciding – for your own website can actually be really hard.
Our previous design had been running since 2007 (!) so we realized that it was about time to freshen it up. But we wanted more than just a new design. Specifically, we wanted the site to communicate more clearly what we do – to focus on our core services. And we wanted to integrate social media like facebook.
To achieve this we collaborated with Julie who worked with us during a month long session of ping-ponging ideas back and forth. And we created a company page on facebook.
The result is what you see. Maybe a little more corporate and traditional than before but hopefully you like it!
The new concept has had some implications regarding the language. From now on we are going to use a hybrid Danish/English approach meaning that the blog will continue to run in English, but all other content will be in Danish. We often meet this language challenge in the world of building websites, but we felt that using a complete bilingual solution would be overkill in our case. So our choice is a compromise.
We spent the weekend in the deep forests of Sweden and on the southern Danish islands respectively. Great to go completely offline now and then.. It was well worth it since we haven’t had time to relax lately – just look in our about + portfolio section and check out the recent website launches from us.
In particular we are very excited about the Niche Vine website because it features a fully fledged webshop. We have never built a webshop (for the Danish Dankort) before and learned a lot in that proces. The challenges of setting up a webshop that accepts the Danish Dankort are a bit more complex than for instance setting up a paypal shop for Visa etc. Now we can add webshop building to our competences!
We also launched Morgenstern & Hertling – a four language WordPress site created in cooperation with Manja in Berlin. Maybe some more work in Berlin will make it necessary for us to go there once in a while.
We also helped Netværk for Yngle Planlæggere (Network for Young City Planners) migrate their old Joomla based site to Drupal as well as adding a brand new design.
Have a look at our portfolio and come by for coffee soon.
We got a little tired of our phones so we decided to spice up up the design a bit. Five iPhones and one Nokia 3310 were used in this Do It Yourself customization process, and the result is outstanding.
So we finally made some business cards. We have been working on them for three years and are quite happy with the result – a minimalistic standard design suitable for most situations.
We have been making websites with the blogging tool WordPress for a while. The most recent ones have been static sites and not “blogs”, but we used WordPress anyway. With features like static pages, alternate front page, built-in galleries and much more, WordPress has developed into a great content management system. And with a little knowledge about php and css it is pretty easy to make a unique design. Here you have our recent projects:
Personal website for Sandra Odgaard working with graphic design and illustration. Take a closer look at http://sandraodgaard.dk
Asger Svendsen – teaching the bassoon.
Rumah Saga Guest House – a nice place to stay in Indonesia.