Fleur Pavilia's promotional website is in itself a piece of interactive art that draws from the atmosphere of the promotion video. Visitors are greeted with an image of a plum blossom in the form of ikebana, Japanese floral arrangement tree in a grey expanse as meditative music plays and petals descend the screen slowly. The website employs artistic use of white and grey interspersed with floating, dissolving pieces of poetry to embody the idea of nature as spiritual and peaceful.
This design has a sophisticated look attained through detailed research in trends and user. From this, it is reviewed to provide a pleasant experience for the users. It has a neatly organized layout, and a visual hierarchy enabling clear and convenient recognition of information displayed. Regardless of highly saturated main colors, the elements were designed harmoniously, presenting comfort and friendliness. The interesting construct of moving up to down and the clear layout both promote positive and interest from the users.
A website for the Asia's leading food and hospitality tradeshow, HOFEX, prides itself in creating professional trading platform that brings together the latest and most exciting food and hospitality concepts, products, equipment, designs and technologies from across the globe Indulge with the worlds most exquisite food delicacies brought by more than 2800 exhibitors from across 74 countries.
Infosys detailed the three types of enterprises as Visionaries, Explorer and Watcher. With a detailed research report which was designed as a supporting document from analytics provided by Infosys, and story-telling describing how Digital Disruption helps Watchers/Explorers scale up to become a Visionary to stay ahead of the game. The web page is designed and developed to be fully responsive and optimized to maintain a great experience across all devices.
In the website design Anna used triangles that symbolize the mountains. The main page has big and bold typography to attract user’s attention. The website has lots of natural photography of the place, so the user can feel the overall atmosphere of ski resort. For the accent the designer used bright turquoise color. The website is minimalist and clean.
The BuiltForImpact system is a design methodology designed to help cause-driven companies stand out, sell better, and make more impact. It is designed for visually immersive scrolling, mimicking social media behavior patterns rather than a traditional website structure, in an effort to remain at the intersection of human psychology and the culture of leading social media platforms. Based on research and conversations with designers, marketers and business leaders, the result is a distillation of best practices organized to help cause-driven companies make their mark on society.