App Developer Icreon loves our work
We’ve been talent spotted! Icreon, a global IT consulting firm that builds applications for the likes of Pepsi and The National Geographic Channel, recently included one of iFactory’s client sites in their blog article Six Beautiful Drupal-built Sites We Love.
Posted on the 5th of Nov 2014, the article highlights Icreon’s love of the open source content management system Drupal, for its flexibility, scalability and creativity. In their showcase, iFactory’s design of client website Cheeky Little Monkey Photography features high in the order of what Icreon describes as, “Drupal-built websites that are absolutely stunning in terms of both design and functionality”.
What they actually said about iFactory’s website design
The wording is so eloquent that we thought it worth including here:
“In a world of throwaway digital photographs, Cheeky Little Monkey Photography emphasizes the value of pictures as physical keepsakes, readymade for putting on display in a home setting. They focus on candid images of children in everyday life, and their fantastically-executed Drupal website captures this same childlike playfulness in its design. We love the way CLMP uses color and simple shapes to showcase their work alongside the beauty of childhood.”
Recognition is the greatest motivator
The most important thing in our business is achieving our clients’ goals. Whether it’s making their business more efficient with a custom web application, or by driving enquiry or sales through targeted web design, we thrive on delivering for our clients.
That said, it’s nice to get a pat on the back like this by fellow industry professionals. So, Icreon, we thank you and we hope to continue pushing the boundaries of great web design.
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(Editor's note: The Icreon website has been restructured since time of writing and the article is no longer online.)