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Code & Theory launches new site

I just finished a collaboration with the New York office of Code and Theory to create which is the main portal site for over 9,000 videos across the 8 different Starwood brands. Now hot on the heels of that launch, they have re-launched their own site,, to reflect the evolution of their business. The site, built on proprietary content management system implemented using the LAMP stack with AJAX and Flash integrated to create a very nice hybrid user interface. That interface organizes the company’s work into a simple way to browse or search through their work and see other projects that relate to it. You can then create playlists of case studies that are the most relevant work for your needs that you can then review later or send the list on to a friend or co-worker. It is the first time I have seen something like this. It is simple but it is a really smart idea. So go for the cool site feature and stay to check out the great work.

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