After many long days and nights, we’ve finally upgraded the Disney Experience to a fully responsive Web design.
Twitter, McAfee, and Facebook; it has been an interesting few days. But, we’re pushing through.
During our dive deep into the archived master files, we discovered an old icon (California Adventure logo) that was completely missing from our vault . . . not only missing, but mislabeled!
We’ve been working hard to minimize a lot of the graphical clutter, utilizing simple fonts and a lot of solid colors.
Oh, the joys of WordPress. It’s a powerful tool, but it can cause so many headaches.
We’ve been hard at work for the better part of the month to create a mobile version of the website.
The site is kind of mobile. Some pages are, and others have a nasty redirect loop that just doesn’t want to play nice.
Here’s something a little exciting to us. We have just begun resizing our original 32×32 icons to include sizes up to 512×512! Before, they only had 32×32, 24×24, and 16×16 sizes. The larger images are still pixelated, but that’s okay. We think it showcases the artistry that went into them.
It’s that time, boils and ghouls! The Disney Experience has been transformed into the Haunted Experience.
We are constantly reviewing the Disney Experience, looking for ways to improve the guests’ experience.