The personal site of Raphaël Mazoyer (hello!), freelance digital strategist and occasional troublemaker. Into: branding, e-commerce, and designing services that actually work.
Category Archives: Sites
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The web site of LTV Vormer, a tennis club in the Southern Dutch town of Wijchen, was launched today. Within the limits of a small budget, Splandigo paid (as usual) particular attention to accessibility and standards-compliance, and we worked on … Continue reading
The web site of Jewelry store Eugène van Baal, as renewed by Splandigo, has launched today. Notable features, besides the usual clean URLs, elegant design, etc., are the Flash illustrations, that dynamically pull the information from the PointComma database. I’ve … Continue reading
The PointComma web content management system web site migrated to its own URL. It’d been in the works for a while, but I’d never gotten around to moving the files out of my private web site. I’ve cleaned up the … Continue reading
Thanks to Maarten, the PointComma web site now has got a decent look… [Update 21 June 2009: URL was www.pointcomma.com, site has been offline for a while.]
I am very proud to present the latest addition to the RINO web site: Over de RINO. It features a lot of new content, that helps the RINO position itself and lets visitors get a good glimpse of what the … Continue reading
The RINO Noord-Holland web site has obtained today the drempelsvrij.nl certification from Stichting Bartiméus Accessibility, validating the work we did on cleaning up the code and improving the design. I’ll go into more detail about this certification (process, advantages for … Continue reading
The new web site of Splandigo has just been launched. More exciting visually, more carefully crafted content, only one main language (Dutch), this allows us to step up our communication. [Update 21 June 2009: URL was www.splandigo.nl and the site … Continue reading
After priority 1 last month, the RINO site got its priority 2 certification on Wednesday, one of very few sites in Holland (I think about 6). More on this later.