It's a case of really good images can make for really really good websites
-Stephen Eyles, Graphic Designer.
is a trendy upscale retail home furnishings store here in Wilmington NC. They hired a professional to photograph their imagery and the results are simply spectacular. The homepage's hypnotic slideshow--whose 5 or 8 images are superbly cropped photos of the products--glued my eyes to the screen, mesmerized.
for gifting and other earmarks of a boutique store, this website's appearance--distinct, elegant, boldly black and white, and sparse--enhances the ambient classiness of the company's name and prestige.
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elegant pastel colors
and airy sun-washed scenery, suggestive of the solar energy powering our globe, this website feels like a quiet, relaxing visit to park bench at a lake, feeding birds. Even the text-color and background (a grey-green) contribute a peaceful sense to visiting this site and reading the content within.
wants you to reduce your energy bills by letting them come audit your establishment, then guiding you through energy-saving improvements to your home or
...things such as occupancy sensors that can automatically dim lights and route chilled/heated...
This is one of my favorite websites we have done. Its simple, clean, and most of all, helpful!
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Ever seen a really cool t-shirt, handbag, water bottle or umbrella in an elevator and wanted to go up to that person ask where they got it? I recently saw a pair of binoculars at a civil-war re-enactment that I coveted and envied. It had some silly logo on it so you knew, not only did that guy have a perfect accessory for the event, he didn't even have to pay for it. I wanted it, but even a little more, I wanted to know where he went to get a giveaway that expensive. It was a puzzle that had me thinking more about a company's advertising ethos than I would have otherwise. (and before you ask me, no, I didn't ever find out who that company was).
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