New website created for the homies at Butter Goods. Featuring a fully manageable Drupal CMS and Drupal E-Commerce webstore.
It was a pleasure to work with the guys at FINESPUN for their recently launched website. This had a lot to do with their style of design being very similar to our own - clean, modern and simple.
We developed this site to showcase a variety of their projects with Drupal CMS allowing the client to update the site at their own will. The website also features an adaptive layout to suit browsers in tablets, laptops and desktop computers.
Nope, not the venereal disease, the handy shell tool for Drupal. If you’re not a developer you can skip this post, but, if you make websites with Drupal you should definitely download our pretty cheat sheets for Drush 5. If you use Drupal and not Drush, shame on you, why are you wasting your time?
New Bar Lafayette site is up, suave little one pager. Single page microsite with a Drupal backend for news updates. All with an adaptive layout design for smartphone and tablet optimisation.
…considering a contra deal, website for bloody marys exchange… it’s probably what all the money from the job is going to go to anyways.
wLab Fiftyfive are pleased to announce the website launch of the world wide recognised architecture firm wrightfeldhusen.
We have worked with the staff at wrightfeldhusen over the past weeks to develop a website that can modestly exhibit their amazing designs. Using media queries allows the site to display perfectly over a range of desktop and handheld devices.
Limited edition silk screened posters designed by Lab Fiftyfive.
For purchasing enquiries please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Spurred on by a recent shopping spree of outlandish domain names, we’ve decided to stop taking on client work and spend a bit of time making things. We’ve figured taking jobs, designing for companies and making them awesome websites is great but it’s “slow-go” money, and isn’t really helping us on the road to fame and fortune. We don’t really know how making these things will make us rich and famous, but we do know that “nothing good comes from things you don’t do" (I made that up just now, pretty insightful yes?).
From our current projections we’ve devised a timeline for upcoming important events in the life of Lab Fiftyfive.
What better way to start this odyssey than with a piece of software to help you plan odysseys! Jack and I both hate typing stuff in to calendars on a computer, planning should be expressive, like playing an instrument, there’s more to it than just hitting the right notes at the right times. Some events need to stand out, some need to be clustered together, some are urgent, sometimes we just want to write notes on the side. It’s stupid to try to pre-empt how people will want to express their plans.
Everyone has their own style, it’s a creative process (yes, planning is creative!) that shouldn’t be burdened by preemptive restrictions. Basically what you need is a calendar you can print, and draw on. Unfortunately for you, people that design calendars don’t have style, but we do, we fucking ooze style. So we’re going to make you a web app that generates beautiful looking calendars that you can print and bastardize with your sharpies and kilometricos. It’s called Plaaan, which you can remember by thinking of it as “Plan with three A’s”..
In case you missed the other two links in the post, here it is again:
The girls at Amore + Sorvete have just asked us to flick the switch and we are now live with their beautiful new website. Drupal backed it features a complete e-commerce solution, SEO enhanced, HTML5/CSS3 feature, also some amazing photography from Ryan Murphy and video from Grantis Media. Thanks girls!