Special thanks to Mary Ellen and the awesome team at Shen for backing us on this.
Technical Notes: Built on the Dremus ecommerce platform using coffeescript, LESS, and a few bespoke tools we developed specially for this project.
Watch this space.
Our new Ghost Street business cards have rolled out of our sealing machine, and are looking hot to trot. Individually hand sealed vintage slides - the cards have details letterpressed on front and back (not visible in this photo).
Perhaps this year we’ll get round to doing our website.
Architecture and Women. Fantastic to see this website, developed by BizDojo Auckland residents Ghost Street, Viren Ratan and Big Voice, continuing to pick up lots of great coverage in the media. The website addresses the question of what happens to New Zealand’s women architects after they graduate? Cofounded by Auckland University architecture alumna Sarah Treadwell, who heads the School of Architecture and Planning, the website wants to capture the who, when, where, and how of this country’s women architecture graduates. The information will become part of a Architecture + Women exhibition in 2013, a show that will mark the 80th anniversary of NZ’s first female architect graduate, and 120 years of this country’s suffrage movement.
We dropped this site last month, and it’s proved incredibly popular - stay tuned as we’ll be adding more features to it later on this year - and also be sure to pass it on to any Female NZ Architects you know - there are a few out there.
Rugby World Cup - TVNZ One Love. Despite the now infamous Auckland public transport woes on Cup opening night, we’re still loving how RWC fever has taken over the country. For all those fans who want to get a message of support out, it’s not too late - don’t forget to check out the great YouTube powered One Love website, created for TVNZ by BizDojo Auckland residents S-M and Ghost Street. It’s all about the rugby people!!
Previously on Ghost Street:
Just launched this website for a friend’s design agency/studio, ImageMechanics. The site itself is probably one of the more technical html / css builds i’ve undertaken, making use of embedded font technology, ajax deeplinking, among many other things.
The journal section of the website is managed via tumblr, where Jase has been posting some great little articles.