Posts Tagged ‘Content Management System’

interasco.de now online

September 22, 2010

The software provider Interasco has a redesigned website. The project was jointly realized by Vivian Steller and esense. esense did the design, implementation in Magnolia 4.3.2 and adaptations of the text contents for internet text standards and usability.

glaucomaresearch.ch Redesign Online

May 7, 2010

With glaucomaresearch.ch, the Glaucoma Research Group of the University Eye Hospital in Basel has a newly refreshed website. Like the previous website, the new one is implemented using Magnolia CMS, this time it’s the new version 4.2.3. Andrea Heinzer made the design for that one, and esense performed the implementation.

luminousandemerald.ch goes online

April 15, 2010

The new website for the design label luminous and emerald is online. A beautiful website, almost completely drawn by hand and then implemented for the web. It comes with a basket and paypal integration. esense has designed the site and put it through using Magnolia 4.2.

highlanddance.ch goes online

April 6, 2010

The new website of the School of Highland Dancing in Basel is online. Our designer here at esense‘s has given it a wonderful scottish kilt style, the photo for which he actually took from the original uniforms of the performers. The website is built on Magnolia CMS 4.2 with an extra helping of some nice Cufon stylings.

carambolage.ch redesigned

January 15, 2010

And again, our designer has taken a good moment’s time to freshen up carambolage.ch. Everytime a new version comes along, it somehow gets even more beautiful.

Oekotaxi.ch goes online

June 26, 2009

Oekotaxi is a project initiated by Grosspeter AG in Basel. Several cab companies offer rides in Honda Insights featuring Oekopacks. They produce significantly less CO2 while charging the same fees as other cabs. And the Pirelli Cinturato tires add to the optimization, too.

oekotaxi.ch has been set up by esense using Magnolia 4.1, the best Content Management System known to us. The site was designed by osw.