As you can see (if you are reading this), we just released our new website. It’s cleaner, more responsive, using more of the modern technologies and mainly showing more of our work!
Enjoy the tour!
A little update to let you know that, in our spare time, we’re working on the new version of this site. We can’t give you any release date as spare time is not something that is common on the streets these days, but we’re working on it.
As usual, we haven’t had much chance to update the website as we have been working non stop for the last few months. Between Serve the City, Pierres d’Avenir, YWAM Brussels and Progressif Media, our hands are full and the queue of projects is growing. Hopefully we’ll have some time to add some images to the portfolio.
We have just released a mobile version of the website for Chateau de Longpra. You can check it out with your smartphone here.
Also, we are currently adding the final touches to the website for Atelier AM Architecte, and are hoping to finalize the design for STC’s 2013 Big Volunteer Week this week.
Just a little message to let you know that we have updated our portfolio with some of our latest work. Be sure to take a look.
Good evening! After months of silence, it is time to break the silence. Yes, we are still in business. We have a bunch of different projects to add to our portfolio, including the global charter of conscience design and publications for Eurodiaconia and for Serve the City.
Long time no see! Well, there are a bunch of things that happened since the last update. We have completed the logo for De Bazuin, have been working on the annual report for Eurodiaconia and according to their saying, it never looked so good and the numbers never looked so attractive. We have also worked on the visual identity and print communication for the EEA (European Evangelical Alliance) for an event they are launching pretty soon and we are pretty excited about it. And right now, we are working some design for Theospace, some web stuff for EU-CORD and a visit on mobile devices for one of Pierres d’Avenir’s client. Needless to say nights are short.