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The Action Photography Case Study

John Shiels is the face behind the camera at Action Photography, a company synonymous with adventure sport photography in Ireland. He came to us with the challenge of designing and building a tailored e-commerce system, enabling him to quickly put 1000′s of photos on sale following each event he covers. Update: Action Photography is a… Read more

A Responsive Images Approach with Picturefill and WordPress

For our recent project, Action Photography, we put a lot of thought and labour into our responsive images approach, making use primarily of Scott Jehl’s Picturefill. As designs were coded up, we initially used a single size image to separate the mental challenging of working out how responsive images should work to its own focused… Read more

Website Retrofitting: Responsive Keyhole Surgery

In many cases fixed width websites, that are not optimised to work on smaller screen devices, can be responsively retrofitted. Meaning the same site design remains in tact while the layout is adapted to respond to different width devices. To create a responsive site, or mobile site, as they’re often semi-mistakenly called, a complete redesign… Read more

We Build Shopify Websites: The Popin Charms Case Study

We’re delighted to launch Popin Charms, a new Shopify-powered ecommerce site. The project was a collaboration with Creative Nation, who were responsible for project management, branding and graphic design. The responsibilities of Logo24 included development of a responsive Shopify theme.

A case for responsive web design

This is written for our clients, more so than our peers in the industry. The web is inundated with great technical articles on responsive web design. Instead of attempting to contribute to that discussion, here, my mission is just to demonstrate what responsive design is to someone unfamiliar with the concept, to explain why we… Read more