iFactory receives credit from CSS Alive
It’s always great when one of our sites gets some industry recognition.
At iFactory, our team of Brisbane web developers are always striving to serve and anticipate the needs of our clients, and it’s always gratifying to know that we not just hit the brief but made something everyone who visits it likes.
With that in mind, it’s especially nice when we see our hard work receiving kudos from the web design community.
In 2014 we developed a brand-new website for Coevolve, a multinational company focused on improving network efficiency and technological security services in a wide variety of organisations such as mining, manufacturing and construction.
The site needed to effectively and quickly communicate the wide array of services the company offered to its clients, without overwhelming the user with too much information. With Coevolve offices in Sydney, Chicago, Kuala Lumpur and Singapore, the user interface also needed to be intuitive for audiences on a global scale. Additionally, it needed to look great on all manner of device types and be quick to load so called for a responsive design.
iFactory took that brief and made a site that was clean and easy to navigate while still offering the technical depth that IT industry and management professionals require when making crucial technical infrastructure decisions. Using the Joomla Content Management System offered site administrators the flexibility and capability to continue adding content well into the future.
The end result was www.coevolve.com and the site has since been recognised by CSS Alive, an online gallery of websites focused on promoting innovative web development techniques. CSS Alive is a CSS website gallery showcase that collects a huge range of CSS, XHTML, HTML5 coded websites.
We’re grateful for the acknowledgement from CSS Alive and feel that the Coevolve website was so ahead of its time that it is still being used in 2018 and looks just as fresh and engaging as it did when launched many years ago.
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