This is a really cool design experiment using a non-fixed width site. Using some scripting (jQuery) to fix the site’s grid/width based on the browser width you are currently viewing the site at. It’s a really cool effect. The design of this site is also very nice, the grid layout used here somehow makes the images very scan-able even though there’s a lot of content on the home page. The sub pages begin to break down when you view this site on a wide screen monitor, parts of the layout just get disjointed and you can lose your place easily. Over all though, I find this site a very refreshing one to review.


Gene Crawford

With over a decade of experience in the industry he has overseen the design and architecture of hundreds of web sites and applications. An active member in the design community, he's the editor & producer of, the ConvergeSE, ConvergeFL, ConvergeRVA and the Breaking Development conference series.

  • Only problem being, if you don’t have JS enabled the site just doesn’t work.

  • Yeah, some graceful degradation for users without javascript would be a really thorough touch. I get the feeling this site is largely an experiment in layout and javascript too.

  • Simon Ponf

    Perhaps due credit should be given to who developed the WordPress theme / jQuery this is built on.

  • Dan

    Guys this is just another example of the Grid-a-licious theme by Suprb ( that many hundreds of sites now use…

    It’s becoming a bit overused and hackneyed now…

  • @Dan @Simon Thanks for the insight on this, I’d never heard of that theme before. I think the review still holds, especially on the sub pages the theme begins to come apart in regards to the layout.