Kristen Shaw had a valuable community resource — a CT dance calendar of weekly and monthly area WCS happenings. But she needed to make it available to a wider audience. So we created an attractive web page with an intuitive interface that works on desktop — and on the go!
As Rick Dauss’ Charlotte WestieFest event grew, so did his need for a new website. Using our Trilogy Swing design as a starting framework for the new website, Viva has been working toward the goal it holds for all our event websites– to make it a valuable resource for Rick as an Event Director, and for his dancers seeking insightful information about the event.
Dave Moldover made an 11th hour decision to bring back a post-Covid MADjam for 2022. In January, he contacted us with the task of refreshing the design and updating the content for the March event. We accomplished both in a matter of weeks, and opened Registration right on schedule.
Co-Event Directors Rob Baen & Sheila Purkey were in a spot when they lost access to their hosting accounts and eventually their event websites. We were able to retrieve most of the important content from the internet archives, and gave the entire Philly Swing website a significant design update, based on the framework we set up on libertyswing.com. In 2022, we took on the additional role of Social Media manager, creating video reels and still media for both FB and Instagram.
Co-Event Directors Rob Baen & Sheila Purkey were in a spot when they lost access to their hosting accounts and eventually their event websites. Following the same process we used to recreate and improve phillyswing.com, we created a new website for Freedom Swing. In 2022, we took on the additional role of Social Media manager, creating video reels and still media for both FB and Instagram.
The NASDE team was doing an extensive database restructuring behind the scenes. They thought it was time to update the website technology at the same time, and asked Viva Design Studio to convert their site to Wordpress without dramatically changing the overall look and UX. They felt it was important that accessing tour data be the focus of the site. We agreed and kept the site true to the original while upgrading the technology.
Rose City Swing is a concept with one thing in mind: sharing our passion in dance. We are here to help spread the love, joy, and creative spirit of our community.
The team at P4J gave DIY their best shot, but when they realized they were in over their head, they started looking at event sites for a lead on a designer. They found Viva Design Studio’s link at the bottom of their favorite sites, so they contacted us. We did our thing, and the P4J ladies were delighted with the results.
Kristen came to us to upgrade her self-designed Wix site into a three-pronged professional resume: Corporate Editor/Producer; Dancer (Competitor, Instructor, and Event Director); and Creator of all kinds of amazing stuff across a variety of platforms. Challenge accepted! Kristen was thrilled with the results.
Josh Angel wanted a website that paid homage to its predecessor while looking to the future. Together we created an archive of the best West Coast Swing music submitted and compiled each month from the top WCS DJs from around the world.