Mgongo 2012 Website

One Part Scissors recently revamped the web presence of the Mgongo TV show. The new look-and-feel was inspired by the show's new visuals, and features bold 'slab-style' headings that dynamically reflow to turn the headings into a visual element in-and-of themselves. The website is built on the Wordpress content management system, and the theme is fully Responsive - meaning that the same website is displayed in different ways on computers, phones, and tablets. Phones especially have a more narrow screen, and so content needs to be reflowed and menus re-organized to make them work correctly.  

Mgongo Website displayed on an iPhone. Headings, images, and text paragraphs fill the screen width, and the menu links becomes a vertical row that is easier to tap with a finger. The logo also expands to fill the width of the screen.

Mgongo website on a smaller screen - note the Facebook, Twitter, Home and Youtube links go onto two lines to allow them to fill the space more appropriately.   A vital element of any web presence today is the social media. Mgongo is present on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube, and One Part Scissors branded these spaces to tie into the website theme.

 
Mgongo on Facebook

 

Mgongo on YouTube

Mgongo on Twitter

 

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Although we ensure the websites we build for our clients are compatible with all browsers, we like to push the envelope on our own website. So we've made the decision to make use of a design that looks amazing in all browsers... except Internet Explorer. If you're still using IE, you need to change - the web has moved on from Internet Explorer, and you will get a safer, faster, and more enjoyable experience out of the Internet if you use anything other than IE. Have a look at BrowseHappy.com to choose a new browser. We recommend Google Chrome and Firefox.

(PS: Microsoft is working on a new web browser, and we're all holding thumbs that it will follow the web standards and display the web like everyone else does... correctly.)