Sandvoxers have come up with some creative ways to put Sandvox to work for them and we spotlight some of their websites here. See some of the endless possibilities using Sandvox for yourself. Check back for new additions and ideas.
Social Studies 8 - Mr. Dresel
Chuck Dresel, a middle school teacher at Redwood Middle School, uses Sandvox to create websites for his classes. Mr. Dresel says using Sandvox lets him spend more time on student work and less time maintaining the website.
George Mason University Libraries
George Mason University Libraries used Sandvox (and the Cubicle design from Blueball) to make & launch a migration website for faculty, staff, and students within AN HOUR—solving a patron assistance need during systems transition.
Photography Workshops in Bali, Indonesia
George Simian selected Sandvox, and the “Grafite” design to build his website for George Simian Photography featuring photography workshops in Bali. The design of the site really allows the photography to be the focus.
Ross Thompson Design
Ross Thompson chose Sandvox to build his business website, and he used the “Serengeti” design. It is his online portfolio, and shows samples of his graphic design work, fabric design and photography for potential clients.
James & Sarah's Wedding +
This website started as a way to convey wedding details to family and friends, and evolved into a full-blown website with pictures, movies, and blogs. James & Sarah like that they can update it fast, without multiple tools or code!
To build “Stef's Brownies,” Stef L chose Sandvox and the “Pacific Sky” design. It uses external pages, photo grids, a site map, contact form and Google integration as well as some pretty mouth-watering photos.