Sites of the Week #23

September 30th, 2011 by Tony de Jesus

This week my list contains Slavery Footprint, a lifestyle survey that shows consumers how many forced laborers have contributed to make the stuff you might find in a medicine cabinet or in a gym bag; Dentsu Network, an advertising, marketing, media and technology agency network; Dunnellon Depot, a website concerned about preserving the history of Dunnellon; Fork, an open-source CMS; and JuiceBox Creative, a Perth-based brand and web agency in North Perth, Western Australia.


Slavery Footprint – Made In A Free World

Screenshot of Slavery Footprint


Dentsu Network

Screenshot of Dentsu Network


Greater Dunnellon Historical Society

Screenshot  of Greater Dunnellon Historical Society



Screenshot of Fork the Open Source CMS


JuiceBox Creative

Screenshot of JuiceBox Creative

Did you find a really amazing website showing a new concept, an original design or a brand new feature? Are you the owner of a website that offers new solutions? Send me the URL via email  (blogattonyjesusdotcom)   or Twitter and tell me why you think it should be posted here.



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