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Jennifer's and company is an exclusive AVEDA salon and day spa in downtown Truro. Exciting and sexy, Jennifer's is about the latest styles and trends. And Iain Nettleton, the owner, wanted the web site to reflect this. Very quickly the vision of black & white was embraced and the web site was born.
Flash was used to handle the many photographs of the hair style models. All which were cut and styled in house, at the salon.
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When Glooscap apples were looking to rebrand their apples, they turned to Janet. The result was a new and exciting concept, Wink apples. GiveThemAWink.com was the chosen domain name. Incredible result. Spectacular modern name and design.
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When Atlantic Dental decided to jump into the electronic age, Steve got the nod to design and layout their incredible web site. Again Java Script is used to display the brilliant smiles. It's a complete package. Steve's photography also shows the dentists, their bios, and the clinic.
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When Neil Funnel wanted to open up his office furniture manufacturers agency, Workstyles, he asked Steve for a complete identity package. Shown here are the logo & front page of the resulting web site. Slick modern look with use of Java Script to show the incredible variety of manufacturers product represented by the agency.
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All the major real estate companies now have web sites showing interiors and exteriors of their buildings. Perspective tenants expect this. It also saves not only the tenant time, but also the landlord. A complete web site will avoid unnecessary showings. A.M. Smith and company wanted to take advantage of the technology. The web site shows typical units found in each building as well as an exterior photo. Now when a perspective tenant responds to an ad, staff can give out the web site address to answer the routine questions, like, how big is the apartment, what are the floors like , what does the building look like.
Flash is used to show all the buildings in a slide show.
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Steve originally designed and laid out the web site for Isner Stables in 2005. When it came time for the re-do, Doug Reid asked Steve for something modern looking, yet reflected the feeling you get when you arrive at the farm. Something warm, fresh and inviting. They gave Steve the two thumbs up when he gave them this epic result.
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