The last few weeks have been a frenzied time of meetings with new and potential clients, completing necessary updates to existing projects, and conducting research for upcoming projects.
In team news:
The team has approved the final design for our new website which is now currently under construction!
Affected by the Heartbleed Bug we were charged with assisting our clients in patching their open SSL.
With the latest WordPress update to 3.9, Technical Director Dan Bookman, has been making the necessary adjustments to the custom framework Canopy, in which all our websites are built.
Susan Bookman showcased one of her many talents outside of web work at a Sherlock Holmes convention in Atlanta. Her Victorian era dress, sewn completely by her own hands, was an award winning smash hit.
Christian Knightly has nobly stepped up to fill in at Northland Church for a dear TCX friend who recently was blessed by the birth of twin baby girls. He also sang beautifully at Northland on Easter Sunday where the singers were accompanied by his outstanding motion graphics he created for the event. Check out his melodious vocals!
For a more in depth look at our April activities, scroll down and check out what we've been up to.
Rita has spent most of 2014 immersed in research of today's most up-to-date SEO guidelines. Her blog compiles the best practices for moving forward into the future in a succinct and easy to follow how-to guideline.
Treefrog Cinegraphix, LLC celebrated it's seventh birthday this past March. We, as a team, feel the time is ripe for change. The new design was approved by all members earlier this month, and for now our new website remains under construction.
The recent update to WordPress 3.9 inspired us to update our custom WordPress framework to Canopy 4.0! Technical Director, Dan Bookman outlines what this means for you and your website in his announcement about the update.
We may work in a digital world, but we still love paper. While art is typically displayed on paper, the creations of Denver based couple Deepti Nair and Harikrishnan Panicker, make paper the medium of the art. Take a look and be enchanted by their intricacies and fantastical illusionism.