These things just keep getting better and better. Thank you to all our partners and clients for a pretty phenomenal second quarter. We think the results speak for themselves...
Signal Hill's illustrious Kevin Kennedy (of Sitemason 6 interface design fame) was kind enough to write up a post on his thoughts and experiences working with Sitemason. It's a fantastic read! Check it out here or on Signal Hill's blog.
It'd be all buzzz! Bad jokes aside, that's where we begin today's post, tackling some web buzzwords. Specifically, Progressive Enhancement and Responsive Design. We'll look at the meaning of these concepts and how we're employing them in the new interface.
Although only a shadow of its future self, today we wanted to tease the new interface and show off our progress of SM6 up to this point. There's still a long way to go, but our baby is taking shape. I mean, dang, just look at that responsiveness!
For those of you keeping up with the Responsive Web Design movement and/or the progress on our new interface, we're extremely excited to show off our new font icons. As part of the interface redesign, Kevin Kennedy went back to the bottomless well that is his creative mind to invent Sitemason's own font icon set.
If you're saying, "Wait a minute, did you say Font Icons? You must be confused." I'm so glad you pointed out my penchant for confusion, but in this case, I'm not crazy. Read on for an explanation, or checkout the full Font Icon Set if your idea of a good time is perusing Webdings. Now who's crazy!…
Dear designers, agencies, and anyone who will listen,
We need your help. Actually, we think you need our help, but we'll get to that in a bit.
Sitemason is not a big company, but so far this year we're feeling our oats. Thanks to our great partners, the sites being built on the Sitemason platform have never looked better. Today we wanted to show off some of the work we've been privileged to be a part of just this year...
As mentioned, a healthy four months ago, this year Sitemason has centered its focus on a new version of our eponymous content management platform. We are calling it Sitemason 6.
Click through to see the first reveal of our new interface.