The Symmetry Media website is designed to position the company as a dynamic production company - particularly appealing to creative clients. Cord & Berg focused on capturing the creative audience through a series of immersive, interactive animations that detail the brand's philosophy. The graphical and free flowing style of animation, allowed for the brand's ethos to be the main focus. This rather creative approach was teamed with seamless usability to ensure the brand's contrasting qualities as switched on and highly organised professionals were also communicated.
This is a bespoke design and build of a fully responsive website that merges vintage and modern together in an interesting way. The recording studio offers customers traditional analogue recording facilities and modern technology so the design takes inspiration from merging the old and new as well. The website is a shop window for the music studio, a well executed and unique video on the home page takes the site visitor on a journey so they can experience the studio before having to book. The site is simple, well designed with touches of the unexpected.
Festival Over de Vloed is a three-day festival in the Netherlands with events at several places along 90 kilometers of UNESCO World Heritage Wadden Sea coastline. As first editions go, it needed a program, an identity and a website appealing to both prospected participants and visitors. The design is in direct reference to the festival's close proximity to the sea. It allows scrolling along 90 kilometers of sea dike, plotting festival participants and events alike. The color scheme of green, red and blue derives from the provincial flag of Groningen, where the festival is held.
The design of The Screeners aims to bring a pleasing, simple and usable experience to movie review websites. Many websites of the same type have a confusing and cluttered layout and this obstructs the experience for the end user. The design of The Screeners puts the movies front and center and implements a simple, uncluttered and intuitive experience. Everything the regular visiting user will need can be found on every page in a simple manner and this is how it should be.
A personal website for Juan Ferreras, a designer and developer from Argentina. He purposely wanted his website to be more about who he is rather than what professional projects he has engaged in the past. The website visually exploits the duality concept of being both a designer and a developer at the same time and emphasizes how both roles complement each other.