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Announcing the new T+L.com

Today, we are proud to launch a new online presence for Teehan+Lax!

Digital is changing, and so are we. We believe that 2011 will be a defining year for our company, and the new Teehanlax.com is a great way to mark the moment as we move ahead. Here’s a little bit about what you’ll find on our site:

Multi-screen from the start

From the get-go, we wanted to create a site that would work across a wide range of devices and screens sizes. We sketched out our mobile screens first, then worked up to tablets, standard, large and extra-large desktop resolutions. It was important to keep context in mind. For example, the mobile homepage simply displays contact information and a map. For layout and design, Matt and Andy worked together to design and develop a scaleable framework based on a 50-column grid. Design elements, styles and typography were all then built on top of this framework. You can get a sense of how this works by resizing your browser window.

Fresh new work

We finally get to share some of our latest and greatest work! Check out new case studies for Virgin Mobile, Bell, Weather Network and Logitech, to name a few. Travis, our resident WordPress expert, created an incredibly robust back-end solution which will let us content manage the site much more effectively. Stay tuned for more regular updates to this section as well as a new demo reel coming soon.

Dropping the new science

Labs now has a new home at teehanlax.com/labs. This is where you can see what we’re up to in the Lab and join the conversation. We are super stoked about our new labs initiative. If you haven’t heard about that yet, check out the announcement here. Don’t forget to follow the Labs crew on Twitter @tllabs.

Downloads

We love making stuff to share with our fellow design community, and now you can now find all of our biggest hits in one place. Check out teehanlax.com/downloads to see the latest and greatest in templates, stencils, and more.

Big thanks

Thanks so much to everyone who played a role in the project—especially to Matt, Andy and Travis who all dedicated late nights and weekends to pull this off in a relatively short period of time. And thanks to our fans, followers and commenters for continuing to track with us online (and IRL).

You like?

We’re also launching our Facebook page, which is where folks can get more of a behind-the-scenes look at who we are and what we’re getting up to.If you appreciate what we do, enjoy using some of our resources, or are just feeling friendly, give us a like and stay posted on what’s new at T+L!

David Gillis More posts by David Gillis