Archive for the 'Spring' Category
SYNTAX and Spring teams are happy to announce the launch of Sunny 105.1 radio station website!
Sunny a brand designed by SYNTAX and launched in 2008, mow has a very cool fresh website, featuring a blog filled already with feel good stories and tips.
The home page features links to promote Sunny’s social web consisting of its newly created Twitter page as well as its very successful Facebook fan page. a.k.a. more ways to have conversations!
You can listen to the station using the live stream as well as sent a shout (comment) almost at all pages of the website.
As in Play.jo website, you have the cinema and events guides to check out fun activities. But one of the things I love the most about the website, is the very lively background that looks like a real sky. When you go to the about page in particular, you will be able to read the text while the clouds move behind it, very cool right?
Enough talk, go and feel good now
Chronicles of a Refugee is a 6 part documentary series looking at the global Palestinian refugee experience over the past 60+ years.
The documentary was produced and directed by Adam Shapiro, Perla Issa and Aseel Mansour and is currently being broadcasted @ Al Jazeera documentary channel.
SYNTAX and Spring sponsored the design and development for the documentary’s website as its the platform upon which the conversations between Palestinians all over the world would take place after screenings of the documentary. These conversations will take place on the website’s Forum section.
The website was build using Drupal 6.0 as the CMS with a customized video player to play each episode’s trailer.
are you bored of studying the whole year?
want to spend the summer training in the real world?
do you have a training requirement with your university?
are you a student who loves to learn who to develop websites using PHP?
are you a great web developer in-the-making?
Come find out!
If you and your laptop plan to spend the summer in Amman, Jordan; all you need to do is send us an email describing your self, your hobbies, your interests, what you know and what you’d like to learn at hello[at]hellospring.net
If you know anyone who might be interested, please pass the word around!
We currently have two openings for a 3 month paid internship either Jun -August or July – September.
For more information go to http://hellospring.net
As Makan is turning 7, SYNTAX & Spring sponsored the design and development of their new website.
Check it out @ http://www.makanhouse.net
This was one of the projects we had most fun in doing, the design was inspired by Makan’s space with its welcoming atmosphere, simple interiors and clarity so comes the chairs and the sofa.
Makan really wanted to turn the website into a virtual space people can visit to learn more about the projects in the archives, get to know the artists who have participated in Bait Makan residency program as well as other programs.
Makan staff as well as residents have a blogging space to document their daily activities, so the blog section should be quite an interesting space to visit in the next few months.
One of the major needs Makan had was the ability to get feedback on exhibitions held at Makan after the even. In the new website, all events have a space for visitors to comment and give feedback to the artists after they have seen the exhibition.
Shatana, Makan’s flagship event has a section of its own where artists can apply for the workshop -held every year- as well as check the previous workshops; the participating artists and their projects as well as a photo gallery of the whole event.
enough talking, now go enjoy surfing the website
Yes, finally Spring has a real website!
Check it out @ http://hellospring.net
Though we love the one pager Ahmad did almost 2 years ago; yet, telling people the old saying in Arabic translating to “the carpenter’s door is broken” got really embarrassing lately.
And since spring 2009 is almost here; we thought this is the time to get our website out!
A detailed list of our services is there plus a showcase of some of our projects. Also you can follow us on twitter.
Yes, Apple released its infamous browser, Safari to all windows users. I ‘ve been using it for a while, and I tell you its the fastest browser I have ever used ! In addition websites that work well on Safari, look much better.
You can download the beta at http://www.apple.com/safari/
From a web development point of view, most of the CSS work we did for Questler was first done on Firefox, no changes were done to make it work on Safari at all. In contrast, few changes were made to make it work on IE 7 and A LOT of changes needed to be made to make the site viewable on IE 6, which usage will hopefully keep on dropping, as FF is gaining more ground at %36 as well as IE 7 at 21% see the table below copied from Browser Statistics @ W3Schools
2007 was the year I quit using IE, its Firefox and Safari now.
Will I quit windows in 2008 too?