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Pharma+Bio Website

Pharma+Bio Asia 2017 website is a series of workshops designed for researchers, students and professionals from the Pharmaceutical, Biotechnology, Medical, Cosmeceutical and Nutraceutical industries. Engaged to develop the website with client’s design draft, Atelier1612 created a series of pages involving description of each workshop, its speakers, program, hotel accommodations, sponsorship […]

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Hello, My name is Alicia!

Atelier1612 recently produced a mini photobook for Alicia titled “Hello, My name is Alicia.” It is a 40 pages softcover book, small enough for a six year old to hold in her hands and carry it everywhere around. The idea of this book is to document a collection of favorite […]

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From Brochure to Website

It gives a very positive feeling when a client comes back to Atelier1612 and wanted to do not one but a series of websites development. The trust and support are what drive me to continuously improve and learn about new WordPress technology that Atelier1612 team can produce and implement in […]

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Baby’s First Year

It is extremely rewarding when you have a repeat client who believes in your creativity and craftsmanship. Such was a previous client who engaged me to design her Kenya tours book a few years ago. Recently, CY called to say she has accumulated over 1800 photos documenting the timeline of […]

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Website Design for MTE

Atelier1612 has been engaged to develop a series of websites for an event company. Their requirements included a business-like website theme with standard structures for every website. It has to be clear, precise, easy to navigate and mobile friendly. As they have a huge data base of visitors, priority was […]

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