Responsive Projects

Aveda

DDG assisted Aveda Institute with a beautiful responsive design website that allowed for the excellent work done by their wonderful staff to be showcased in a unique manner. Media on the site is tied to a particular member of the team, allowing their work to be showcased to the world through popups and a responsive image grid. Potential students are also able to sign up to receive more information as well as apply for job listings.

Explore Bothell

Dorey Design Group partnered with the folks at Red Propeller and League of Excellence in Seattle to create a new website for Explore Bothell which helps visitors learn about some of the local and exciting spots to explore in Bothell, Washington. The website includes assorted itineraries highlighting upcoming events, easy access to hotel bookings, and stay and play packages for users to choose from.

Whammerdyne

Whammerdyne Heavy Industries is a manufacturer of high-end audio amplifiers in Portland, Oregon. On the cusp of releasing their new amp, the Whammerdyne Truth, they were in need of a website which could show off the unique features of their product in a beatiful way. We created a responsive brochure site using the incredible GreenSock Javascript Animation Framework and some custom javascript to build a refined, scroll-based animation sequence for the home page.

Affiliated Media

Affiliated Media hired Dorey Design to build a new responsive site for their media and advertising agency. They wanted a site with lots of images that formatted nicely no matter what screen size the site was viewed on. We built the site using WordPress and a custom child theme with Visual Composer. We also built them a colorful animation using the Greensock framework and Javascript that plays the first time you visit their home page.

Element Residential

Dorey Design Group built a custom Drupal 7 site for Element Residential, real estate developers in Seattle and Bothell WA. They needed a site where they would enter in the community data only once. This data is used to populate the main site and to generate a sub site for the community. They also have the option of changing colors and background images for the sub sites so they can create a look that matches the community.

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