140DB has no preference on which technology framework our clients' sites leverage. What is important is for each of our clients to understand the overall impact of choosing one over another. Understanding your demographic, visitor platform preferences, communication objectives, and overall site goals will determine the appropriate framework.
When the World Wide Web came into public consciousness, we often heard claims that Print was dead. When DHTML was introduced in the late 90's, early adapters claimed HTML irrelevant. When Flash was introduced, there were shouts of HTML being obsolete. Obviously none of these claims are true.
These technologies are nothing more than building blocks to communicate our clients goals and objectives. At 140DB, we have and always will embrace all web platforms and technologies without falling into internet 'Trend Cycles' that are often misguided and often cyclical.
We understand the Web. We live it. We breath it. We practice it daily!
We're always looking for talented designers to join our collective in a freelance capacity. You should throughly understand commercial design workflow and must be able to execute projects from front to back with minimal creative direction.
Instead of boring you with a list of skill set requirements, just send us your Portfolio links! Your Portfolio will demonstrate your proficiency level both in design and software usage. Do not send resume's as they will be ignored. Your body of work will speak for itself!
Please include your level of involvement in any/all projects. You can email us by Clicking Here.
Officially, we've actually never launched our own site. Throughout the past decade, we've attempted to publish our entire body of work which contains over 400 projects ranging from interactive projects for Nike to site launches for Warner Bros.
Unfortunately, every passing year brings a new set of projects which only compounds the work necessary to facilitate a full 140DB site-launch. An internal push was made in late 2012 to launch 140DB, but client projects required immediate focus and attention. We will try to launch the new site in the upcoming months, or at least before this decade is over. Thank you!