The Weblicist of Manhattan

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UX/UI, Design, Development

Design and development for The Weblicist of Manhattan

Chris from "The Weblicist of Manhattan" asked 3oneseven to built powerful website for his photography portfolio.
The custom site is designed & developed with jQuery based sliders, custom Google fonts, a mobile & tablet version, thus responsive website with custom WordPress gallery templates.

Development included several gallery modiules, custom WordPress modules, IE compability as well as mobile versions displayed with mediaqueries.

The Weblicist of Manhattan Features

Loading time

Faster than average

84 %



  • Responsive
  • Html5
  • CSS3
  • SEO score



97 %



  • Website design
  • Graphic design
  • Application design
  • Photo Retouche


  • Native App Development
  • Cross Platform App
  • Mobile Web
  • Mobile eCommerce


  • eCommerce Development
  • Multi-Channel Retailing
  • Enterprise Features
  • PCI Data Security Standard



  • Research & Insight
  • Brand Strategy & Identification
  • Identity Design
  • Display Design

Usability & accessibility

  • Brand implementation
  • Information Architecture
  • User Interface Design
  • Visual Design


  • Custom Web App
  • iPhone App
  • CMS Implementation
  • Facebook App Design
  • E-Commerce

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The Weblicist of Manhattan
Responsive design Snippet optimized SEO Optimized Structured Data CSS3 & html5 tech

The Weblicist of Manhattan

The only time Chris had to shoot in Chicago was during the day when the kids were at school and his wife was at work. Unlike New York City if you are not at your job during the day you are a bum. So most of his pictures didn’t have people in them. It was quite depressing. Posted a few on the weblicist site, which at the time was a bunch of marketing googley-gook. And hence the site was born.

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Mobile sites built in

The The Weblicist of Manhattan project includes a responsive tablet & mobile design, so anyone can see the site any time, any place, on any device.

Colour palette

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