Ken Crosson, the man behind the first capital "C" in CCCA, approached us to make a new site to showcase CCCA's vast history of architectural wonders. It sounded like fun - good, clean fun - so naturally we decided to make a good, clean website using good, clean HTML5. The meat of the site, the projects gallery, is simple and intuitive to navigate, plus we couldn't resist sneaking in a little something special.
Whilst viewing the gallery, users can tag images they wish to save for later, and at the end of their browsing session, download their selections, print them out, and take them home to put on the fridge. Precious memories. Also, thanks to its HTML5-ness, the site can be gawked at with ease on iPhones, iPads and a bunch of other mobile devices that don't have a lowercase "i" at the start of their name.