Well, here it is. In the first of four planned releases we’ve introduced a look and feel constructed around the AGO’s new graphic identity. It’s the result of a team effort, and seasons of research.
From a development perspective it’s simply a re-skinning of the legacy ColdFusion site; the CMS we’ve been implementing with Devlin will debut in the coming months. Read more
Announcing the launch of Bell Lightbox! The website is a refresh of the former Bell Festival Centre site, incorporating the Envisioning + Storytelling creative, new renderings by KPMB and the TIFFG framing. The website was created in-house at the Toronto International Film Festival Group by developers Marty Spellerberg and Richard Norman, and programmer Gabriel Perez. Read more
Announcing the redesign of the Toronto International Film Festival Group ! It was designed and built in-house by developer Marty Spellerberg.
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The 2007 Toronto International Film Festival is now live! The website was created in-house at the Toronto International Film Festival Group by Developers Richard Norman and Marty Spellerberg; Programmers Gabriel Perez and Ric Pettit; Coordinator Neil Haapamaki and Project Manager Alice Ko. Our favorite features are the Flickr-powered galleries and the Google-powered maps. Read more
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
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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