Nashville Interactive Has A Brand New Website! (FINALLY)
Well here it is folks. After the longest “hiatus” between website redesigns in Nashville Interactive’s history, version 5 of nashvilleinteractive.com is FINALLY live. It’s been around three years since we’ve gone through a redesign and while the old site served its purpose and was a great asset for all three of those years, it was… Read More »
This past weekend, Nashville Interactive launched SpenshaOnline.com; the online home of inspirational musical artist Spensha Baker. The website design and development was handled completely by Nashville Interactive and involved an open source content management system for flexibility.
The Nashville Interactive designed and developed scripture-lullabies.com has officially launched! This was a great project to work on. The site design is one that definitely made the web design portfolio and the development portion of the project is a perfect example of how open-source software allows for all the power and flexibility of a proprietary CMS.
Always Sisters Forever Brothers Website Launches
Custom Flash Design and Development Completed for Gaylord Entertainment
Nashville Interactive recently completed a custom Flash design project for the world-renown Gaylord Entertainment. The end product was a completely customizable experience.
Nashville Interactive Re-Launches Richardmarx.com
Nashville Interactive is proud to announce that we’ve developed and re-launched richardmarx.com. The Richard Marx camp was in need of a new provider for website design and development services and Nashville Interactive is flattered to be able to help.
Free Open Source Alternative to Word and Office
Open Office is a great FREE alternative to Microsoft Office for those of us on a budget. OpenOffice.org has been around for a while now but I’m just coming back to their solution and I’ve found that they’ve created (possibly long ago?) a much more user friendly Mac version.
Analog Graphic Design – The Process
Remember the good old days of x-acto knives, marker comps and rubylith paper? I don’t… These design techniques are something that I only had to experience while I was in college. But starting designs on paper is still the way to go.