ACME Creative Revamped

October 14, 2010  |  Filed by Paul under: Company News

Some of you might have noticed that we’ve changed some things everything around here and so we’d just like to say welcome to the new ACME Creative! Thanks to some great word of mouth referrals from our clients, we’ve been able to grow into the full service design agency you’re looking at right now.

One of the biggest additions to our site is the ACME Showcase, a place for us to show off where our clients were at before and after they approached us. We wanted to show in full detail the beginning and end results in a way we hadn’t seen before so, as this is a bit of a work-in-progress, we’d love your feedback on it!

We’ve had a number of great launch successes over the past couple of months, particularly Great Lakes Beer, Toronto’s cleverest craft brewery and Dork Shelf, your home for news and review of all things geeky.

Clever Design Trick Spotted

June 21, 2010  |  Filed by Paul under: Web Design

ThinkGeek.com, the online store for all things geek, has a very clever and subtle styling trick being used that I thought was worth pointing out to those who haven’t seen it. The black _ grey robot/UFO background, fixed in place… Read the rest of this entry »

WordPress 3.0 Released

June 18, 2010  |  Filed by Paul under: Content Management Systems, Frameworks

WordPress has announced a new major release of its increasingly useful blogging and CMS platform. “Thelonious”, as it will never actually be referred to, has a great number of improvements to the theme engine (to clients, this means you’ll have… Read the rest of this entry »

Website Design _ The Fold

May 7, 2010  |  Filed by Paul under: Web Design

I’ve been asked a number of times by clients to make certain things appear “above the fold” and I thought that I should clear up a number of misconceptions about the term. The idea of the fold comes from the… Read the rest of this entry »

Drupal Tweaks

June 16, 2009  |  Filed by Paul under: Frameworks, Web Development

It’s time to share some Drupal code because after all, sharing is caring. The following are hurdles that had to be overcome to get the user experience we wanted out of our latest Drupal site, they’re are basic enough but… Read the rest of this entry »