Though we did not design this website, we provided all technical aspects, including custom programming to develop provided Adobe Photoshop files into a standards compliant Joomla 3 template. This project was built using Joomla! as the foundation with the future expectations of becoming an e-commerce website.
FHI Apparel started out as a potential client in dire need of honesty. All they needed was someone to make 6 HD videos play instantly regardless of the device. They received a lot of promises, but little to no facts. They were not informed of connection speeds, hardware latency, compatibility, and more. They were simply promised that their unrealistic expectations would be completed in three days. We told FHI the truth and were subsequently hired to completely redevelop their e-commerce website using the Big Cartel platform.
Hostwel developed and donated this website for Crisis Center of Central New Hampshire. Crisis Center of Central New Hampshire is a non-profit coalition dedicated to helping and educating victims and friends and family of victims of domestic violence. We developed a special "panic button" for user of this website to provide a quick exit when secrecy from the abuser is desired. This special exit plan was featured in several publications, touting it as "groundbreaking technology" in favor of victims as stated in the Concord Monitor.
Remember the Warriors? Well, the second time around, for the remake of the Warriors movie, stuff happened, clients were lied to and taken advantage of. One of our artists, Demetrius May, was approached to help out with wardrobe to recover from a self-inflicted bind. With 3 days and less than $500 total budget, Demetrius put on his cape and waved his magic wand to make a miracle transpire.
Sticks & Stones is a childrens' clothing line focused on a strong anti-bullying campaign. Bringing creativity and stellar design to the underdogs boosts self-esteem and empowers. Sticks & Stones may break my bones...
Designing for print is one thing, but designing a printed book takes forethought and planning. Hostwel's design director, Tristen Arnold, designed this layout early in his career and we are still proud of the outcome.