Responsive microsite for Fearless eventAugust 30, 2014
Digital Tsunami has developed and launched a microsite for the Fearless 2014 women’s business event, using responsive design.
The event, conceived and operated by Australian consultancy She Business, attracts a larger number of female entrepreneurs and businesswomen, every year. Fearless 2014 will be convened on December 3rd at Crystal Palace, Luna Park, Sydney.
The responsive microsite integrates a video, speaker bios, schedule, booking form and logo links to the partners and supporters of the event. The microsite is presented in a contemporary ‘flat design’ by Sydney firm, Studio Popsicle.
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A selection of responsive sites by Digital Tsunami:
Cameragal Montessori pre-primary and primary School
Property investment advisor, Compass Capital
Defence contractor, Craig International Ballistics
National logistics charity, Foodbank in Australia
Canberra construction company, Group One
‘The Voice’ finalist, Jenna Dearness-Dark
Government department, Lachlan Riverine Working Group-
Mining magnate Owen Hegarty
Electrical installers, Sydney Energy
East coast hotel chain, View Hotels
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