Welcome the Dallas Wings

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Recently, we were privileged to collaborate with the WNBA’s Dallas Wings to bring their new name and look online. Formerly the Tulsa Shock, the Wings will begin the 2016 season as the Wings playing at the University of Texas, Arlington’s College Park Center.

This marks our second collaboration with a sports franchise, the first being our ongoing relationship with the Dallas Mavericks since 2012. This edition of the site is a brilliant, one-page design by Nien Studios developed to introduce the team to the Dallas/Fort-Worth fan base, and the world. Currently we are working on a Phase 2 site which will be the permanent online home for the Dallas wings, which we are extremely excited about.

We had many other familiar partners also contributed to the success of this project. Our friends at WPEngine provided hosting and excellent transitional help. We also had the help once again of the fine tech team at the NBA. And this is the first time we were able to work with notable identity designers, Rare Designs who created the beautiful new logo for the team.

To the Stars and Cowboys, we are ready when you are.

Go Wings!

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Written by the Team at Pixel Jar

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