Whipsaw Site Redesign Creates Virtual Sharable Archive

Whipsaw Site Redesign Creates Virtual Sharable Archive

The design firm partnered with Method for the new-look site that showcases their large and impressive portfolio.

Emma Hutchings
  • 3 june 2011

Design firm Whipsaw recently partnered with Method to relaunch their website with a new design and logo. The site now displays their vast catalogue of projects all together, combining their recent and early work.

During the last 12 years we have amassed a large portfolio with lots of interesting projects, strong client relationships and many accolades. You will find an intuitive and organized navigation model enabling you to peruse all this content with ease. The site has many other nice capabilities including faceted project browsing, instant cross referencing, filters, project pdf downloads, custom views and search functions.

The new website also allows increased exposure on social networking sites, with the ability to share projects on  a variety of platforms, including Facebook and Twitter. Below are pictures showing the evolution of Whipsaw’s solar-powered designs for Eton, including portable radios and iPod stereos.


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+Design Update
+Earn media / increase exposure
+website design

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