FPCS partnered with a group of senior designers to create an online monthly magazine covering design techniques, strategies, and inspiration.
Around this same time, Flower Press Creative Studio was contacted by leadership at Google Registry with an invitation to participate in the early adopter's program for the launch of the .page domain. We proposed the domain Web.Page as the place for our online magazine. We suggested the subdomain Awesome.Web.Page for our website gallery and Make.Web.Page for our tips and tricks section. Google Registry accepted our proposal and the site was featured in their blog, with the launch of the new .page domain.
We created visual designs for the project and worked together to create content.
The result is the beginning of a great resource for young designers, and a destination site to ask questions about important topics. We look forward to seeing this resource grow as more practitioners join the editorial board.