Archive for March, 2012


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Mar

Sunshine – a short about advertising in China

POSTED March 26th, 2012 by Micah in Advertising, Blog | 1 Comment »

An American advertising producer in Shanghai tries to sell fast food to the Chinese. An endearing portrait of a modern day “Mad Man.”

Directed, Photographed & Edited by Doug Nichol
Music by Richard Hair

Official Selection:
True/False Film Festival, DOCNYC, Mill Valley Film Festival, Palm Springs, LA Shorts Fest, SF DocFest, Hot Springs Documentary Festival, Big Apple Film Festival, Woods Hole Film Festival, SF Shorts

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Mar

Pioneer Human Services

POSTED March 14th, 2012 by James in Featured, Work | No Comments »

Pioneer Human Services provides jobs for mental health patients, recovering chemical dependents, and those transition out of jail. The organization came to us at Say This Say That to develop a web site designed by Blue GoldFish.

We decided to use WordPress as our backend content management system. Adhering to the projects scope, we carefully developed templates they had designed into a functioning web site. The site was very specific, from its content to its permalink structure and navigation system.

13

Mar

American Tapestry Alliance

POSTED March 13th, 2012 by James in Featured, Web Sites, Work | No Comments »

American Tapestry Alliance are a non-profit organization supporting the fine arts medium of contemporary handwoven tapestry. They hired Say This Say That to redesign and restructure their web site to be more functional and easily updated, its design reflecting their new branding.

We built the site with WordPress as its foundation so they could frequently add new information to the site. The site also features a good amount of content that we migrated over from the old design. Everything now is dynamically generated by the WordPress back-end.

12

Mar

World Vets

POSTED March 12th, 2012 by James in Web Sites, Work | No Comments »

World Vets provides international aid for animals. The organization met with us at Say This Say That to redesign, redevelop, and restructure their web site to be easily navigable and prominently feature the most important aspects of the organization.

We decided to develop the site with a responsive layout in mind. With this, the user is able to view the site on a variety of platforms. The site dynamically adjusts its layout depending on your browser size.

We also developed a click able map and event organization system to make it easy for those interested to find out what the organization is doing.