Archive for December, 2010

Happy Powder Days!


Wishing you love, joy, and Pixels! May your holidays be clean, well-designed, and filled with generous whitespace. I would like to extend my deepest gratitude to clients and colleagues for a wonderful year. Please enjoy a safe and joyous holiday season. Joe Myers lifestyle-driven web design
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  • Playing Hurt

    Broke my wrist the other day skiing. Work has SUCKED but I guess if it takes 12+ years for work to actually feel like work, you’re doing something right. And the kicker is that the medical clinic gave me this sweet dinosaur cast, which Charlie loves!

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  • Just Launched: Freeskier.com

    Freeskier Magazine is a top ski industry magazine, focussed on park, pipe, and powder skiing. Their site is a robust hub of industry information and user-contributed content. It was an honor to contribute the design (over 15 .psds delivered) to this highly regarded site as well as its sister site, Snowboard Magazine. Drupal development was done by One to One in Boston.

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    Freeskier Magazine

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  • Sometimes it all comes together. I was very lucky to contribute a design to this year’s Local Lange Girl Contest site, by Freeskier Magazine. For the uninitiated, Lange boots has published a poster for the last 20-some years of a semi-nude woman in Lange ski boots. The posters have become a bit of a ski tradition. Recently, Lange has opened the casting to the general public, and the site will draw up to 4-6 million views in the next two months.

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    Local Lange Girl Contest Site

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  • Just Launched: Squaw Valley USA

    November saw the launch of  a new design for Squaw Valley USA in North Lake Tahoe California. With an existing Drupal backend, this was more of a theming overhaul. Very pleased with the result, although there’s still a lot to be done.

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    Squaw Valley Home Page

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