Last week Pennsylvania had a Primary Election. It was an interesting election, because it had some very important races on the ballot, including competitive races for Governor and US Congress. But there were also a lot of very little elections that took place all over the city—and in some parts of Philadelphia, it was those little races that had the most action.
One of the biggest little elections last week took place in the 36th Ward, located in South Philly from Washington Avenue to Moore Street west of Broad Street to the river. It is the geographic epicenter of next year’s battle for District Council between incumbent (and Soapbox Solutions client) Councilman Kenyatta Johnson, and Point Breeze developer Ori Feibush.
Soapbox Solutions is proud to launch the latest redesign of our website. We reconstructed the site from the ground up to develop a feature-rich, responsive design utilizing the latest innovations in HTML5 and CSS.
The responsive design adapts the website to any screen size including mobile and tablet devices. As electronic devices evolve, the tech community must constantly rethink how we build websites. Instead of designing websites to look good only on desktop computers—with fixed widths and large graphics—we now use fluid layouts. When we use this more flexible approach, images re-size automatically and we are able to create consistent user experiences across all devices.