There are still many kinks, bugs, and updates to work out but the new desktop (tablet optimized) http://snowbird.com launched yesterday. It was a huge undertaking for us. The greatest thing about it is actually what you don't see. Behind the site lies the most sophisticated and powerful custom CMS we've ever built.
The mobile site is in dev as we speak, we hope to have it finished before too long.
Our two developers at Rally - Wes Pearce and Adam Luptak did a phenomenal job
about 1 year ago
Dude. So legit! Loving the hover state on the nav for sure.
It's brilliant! So slick and well made.
woohoo again great work guys! The animations are awesome!
nice, the temperature placement is great!
Super next level... I'm assuming Wes built this bad boy - straight murdered it
Dang. Really nice job on this Ben (and team)!
The hover for the navigation is sexy.
@Phil Coffman Yes indeed. Customized Django CMS with the ability the create new page layouts (modals and non - modals) and templates with or without sorting at will for the internal folks at Snowbird.
you've nailed this!
Damn... just went through the live site. Masterful work! Great design and dev execution.
Slick navigation! I love how you're displaying data on this site. I'm eager to see the mobile version. Not responsive, I take. Again, superb job!
So awesome. Nice work dudes.
Snowbird logo spins..... FAVORITE!
Amazing work guys, love the functionality and design!
I loved the transitions and menu :)
Very gooooood!!! Highlight for web developer!
Really nice work. After all the snow this weekend, makes me want to fly down and ride!
Just incredible. Fantastic work, guys.
Absolutely gorgeous, makes me wish I could afford to get back on the slopes so that I can make use of it.
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