2010 Comes to a Close and With A Well Needed Break

Well, it is that time of year again. The time when we look at the calendar and wonder where the past year went. 2010 was a great year for we lowly web developers here at Visual Lizard. Doug touched on a few of our projects from earlier in the year. Some launches since the end of the year include:

Botanicalpaperworks.com screenshot
botanicalpaperworks.com designed by Tetro

rmh.mb.ca screenshot
rmh.mb.ca designed by Fjord

Cultureoneverycorner.ca screenshot
cultureoneverycorner.ca designed by Doowah

Economicdevelopmentwinnipeg.com screenshot
economicdevelopmentwinnipeg.com / tourismwinnipeg.com / visitwinnipegnow.com designed by Guppy

Each of the above sites deserves, and will get, their own post, but in the interest of time, they are for now a short list.

On the overall web development front, web standards took a great leap forward with Apple and Google pushing versions of their web browsers to market with the webkit engine humming under the hood. HTML 5 as a written specification, took one step closer to being finalized, which is awesome.

AListApart.com published a couple of great books through their ABookApart publishing company. We have all been reading HTML 5 and CSS 3 on our iPads.

Since this is the last post of 2010, Visual Lizard will be closed for the holidays from December 23rd, 2010 through to January 4th, 2011. If you need us urgently, you can call the office and leave our voicemail a message. We will get back to you as soon as we can, but realize that we are on holidays. Email will be checked infrequently.

If you didn’t get our holiday email, and you like Christmas music, you can get your fill over at our holiday jukebox - http://www.visuallizard.com/christmas/ - and enjoy!

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! We look forward to working with you in 2011.

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