This week saw the go-live of the new portfolio site for Intermission, a London based company specialising in the production of movie trailers. The site http://www.intermissionfilm.com showcases the work of the new company, a collaboration between the well-respected All City (winner of Creative Agency of the Year and known for dozens of print campaigns including Black Swan, The Kings Speech and Coriolanus) and new talent Sam Cryer who is already making waves with new trailers for films such as Pusher, Another Earth, Bullhead and Being Flynn.
In the last few weeks we have been working on the specification for stage 1 of the Sunseeker Superyacht Management Virtual Yacht Management project.
The site re-design and port to Drupal of paulneillphotography.com is now completed, once again using Drupal + Views Slideshow + CCK + ImageCache + Framework. You can see the results at http://www.paulneillphotography.com
As part of our continuing inroads into the luxury yacht business we are pleased to announce the go-live of Moliver Yacht Charters
Implemented as a Drupal 6 + CCK + Views + jQuery site, Patchrobe was responsible for the delivery of graphic design and implementation. The logo was based on the turk's head knot, emphasising a nautical tradition while evoking heraldic themes and traditional values.
We wish Captain Holland and his team all the very best!
We're delighted to announce the go-live of the website http://www.asha-charters.com
Designed to showcase the capabilities of the luxury motor yacht Asha, this site was commissioned and delivered in under a week in order to meet the exacting standards of our clients. We're particularly pleased with the logo design based on the rendering of the name Asha (meaning success in Sanskrit) into a contemporary Hindi font and the marketing copy built around this central theme.
The Sunseeker Crew Access site is now live at http://jobs.sunseekercrew.com
It's some work of which Patchrobe is rightly proud. Every single component of the job, from the business analysis, hardware specification and building the web and mail servers to the custom CMS module development and graphic design - absolutely everything was produced in-house.
We're delighted with it as a portfolio piece and the response from Sunseeker has been equally unequivocal. This is what Victoria had to say upon seeing the release:
At long last, the Patchrobe web site has migrated to one of the dedicated servers and has received the revamped design it deserves. Unfortunately the portfolio section is offline for the moment but this will be back on shortly.
The original site for matthewhancock.co.uk has been completely rebuilt and is now a Drupal installation supporting Matthew's campaign for West Suffolk. We wish Matt all the best as he engages in the general election campaign over the coming weeks.