7th Season Is Now On Behance

We’ve gone and done it. We added our project, the 7th Season website, to Behance. Don’t know what Behance is? Then you might not care, but it’s a platform that allows creators to showcase their work, among other things. Which is why we’ve decided to showcase the work we’ve done to create our new website with the rest of the developers and whatnot in the Behance community. Hopefully we’ll get some good feedback which we can use to improve.

If you want to check out our website on Behance, you can see it here. It might not be the most impressive work that someone has shared on Behance, but we’re nonetheless quite proud of what we’ve accomplished. It’s definitely been a fair share of hard work and for that reason alone, we’re quite pleased with what we’ve managed to put together.

This is a screen capture of a mobile-friendly version of a page on our website. Our entire website is mobile optimized.

One of the points that we’re particularly proud of is the fact that our website works on virtually every device you point at it. It doesn’t matter if you’re surfing our site on an iPhone, a Samsung Galaxy running the Android OS, or your home computer or tablet, our website works on all of them. We thought this was a particularly smart move given that we ourselves spend a lot of time browsing the web on our phones and we’re apparently not the only ones as the trend of doing so is reportedly on the rise. With more and more people using their smartphones and tablets to surf the web, it’s only logical that our website is designed to render properly regardless of what device is connecting to it. This is, for those that don’t know, known as cross-platform compatibility and it’s something that all modern websites should probably account for.

With all that in mind, you can probably assume that we’re a fairly tech savvy bunch, which we are. But being nerds of sorts doesn’t mean we’re not fond of the wilderness, it’s actually the great outdoors that we prefer. It’s just that when you live in a part of the world where the weather changes from one day to the next and showers you with great extremes, from freezing cold to sticky hot, it’s nice to have some indoor hobbies too. And for us, computers and the internet are among them.