Tag Archives: Mobile Design

Lawler Green Prinz

June 23, 2016 | Posted in Legal and tagged , , ,

An Atlanta, GA Law Firm consistently at the top of the best law firms in family law, focusing on highly complex cases in areas of divorce litigation and family law; business planning and counseling; and family wealth and estate planning. The firm’s lawyers are accomplished litigators and negotiators, recognized by Georgia Super Lawyers; Georgia Trend’s … Continue reading

The #1 Secret to a Non-Boring Website

April 12, 2016 | Posted in Legal, Lifestyle, Non-Profit, Professional Services, Software & Services and tagged , , , ,

Boring? Who, you? No, not YOUR website. Not after all the time you’ve spent on it, right? You know what the funny thing about being boring is? Most people who are boring are completely unaware of it. They don’t mean to be boring, of course; it’s just that they don’t see how they are coming … Continue reading

Springs & Associates

February 11, 2016 | Posted in Legal and tagged , , , ,

A local Bay Area law firm focusing on Estate Planning and Trusts, Somethumb designed and built their website for both desktop and mobile view. The site leverages a customized WordPress CMS for ease of editing content and adding articles.

High Balance

June 10, 2014 | Posted in Apparel, Fashion, Fitness, Sports, Technology and tagged , , , ,

High Balance manufactures a line of high performance sports eyewear that look as good as they perform. With an eye toward reinvention, Somethumb developed a new website that would not only showcase and define High Balance and their spectacular line of eyewear, it would also innovate new and integrated functionality allowing for a well-deserved level … Continue reading

A Sports Vision Company Gets an Eye-Catching New Look

June 10, 2014 | Posted in Apparel, Fashion, Fitness, Sports, Technology and tagged , , , , ,

High Balance manufactures a line of high performance sports eyewear that look as good as they perform. Yet despite their good looks, the website for this fashion-forward company would hardly have warranted a second glance. With little more than a two-page online brochure, their original website was both limited and uninviting, not only in esthetics … Continue reading

Part III: It’s Time to Make the Right Decision About Mobile Design

July 23, 2013 | Posted in B2B, Technology and tagged , , , ,

We get it. Compared to traditional site design initiatives, adaptive and responsive design projects can feel enormous—they require more time, more budget, and they seem to provide more than you might think you need today. This is Part III of a weekly 3-part series focusing on Mobile Design, targeted at specific devices and contexts, and whether … Continue reading

Part II: When is Adaptive Design Better than Responsive Design?

July 16, 2013 | Posted in B2B, Technology and tagged , , , , ,

Most web design or marketing agencies you speak with nowadays will try to sell you on Responsive Design. This isn’t bad advice, per se—responsive design does present the most robust architecture available to make web sites viewable on any size screen by using fluid layouts, flexible image formats and scalable typography. Yet, realistically, making it … Continue reading

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