This is a page from the Information Architecture for the 2007 Toronto International Film Festival. It reflects a significant restructuring from previous years, cutting the number of main nav items in half. This page shows one of seven key dates leading up the the festival, with both “Public” and “Industry” views of the site. Read more
Check out the Canadian Tire Interactive Map! Read more
Announcing the redesign of Jim Ross, Toronto Photographer! The site was created by developer Marty Spellerberg and built on WordPress. It is valid XHTML 1.0 Transitional.
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Proudly announcing the redesign of Bell Festival Centre! Coinciding with the groundbreaking at King and John Streets in Toronto, the website was created in-house at the Toronto International Film Festival Group by developer Marty Spellerberg and programmer Gabriel Perez.
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Announcing a site-wide update of Superslackers! Produced by Steven Charles Manale, Superslackers is published weekly by The Toronto Star and is nominated for Top Canadian Web Comic, Joe Shuster Awards.
The site is built on WordPress and is Valid XHTML 1.0 Strict. Read more
Announcing the redesign of Pleasure Dome! Now in it’s 18th year of programming, Pleasure Dome is a year-round film and video exhibition group dedicated to the presentation of experimental film and video.
The site is built on WordPress, and features posters by Sameer Farooq, NEW INK. Read more
Proudly announcing the redesign of Donald Weber Photojournalism! Don Weber is Canadian, based in Moscow. He’s published in Newsweek, Time, Maclean’s, The New York Times, The Globe & Mail, others.
The site features big, 800px images and is built on WordPress. Read more
Received a couple of nice write-ups. Mag-Art came out in late 2006, the Zink article is actually from 2005 but I just found out about it recently.
Check out the projects in question, Half Empty magazine and Wednesday Cooper. Read more