Microsite Skullcandy Navigator product showcase
We created an animation for the new Navigator headphone that rotated the product through 360 degrees and exploded the head-set to reveal the new tech inside. An interface was then built around the animation to allow users to explore the headphone and seamlessly switch between three colour-ways. So successful, the site was re-skinned as a Facebook app too.
Microsite Intel Education Map
Intel wanted a direct and visual way for their users to explore their funded education programs within the EMEA region. We created a custom map that was immediately unique and belonged to Intel – using the Intel brand colours and die’namic shapes to both render the map and create bespoke map-pins. The map immediately shows the amount of programs and funding Intel has made, allowing the user to filter the map’s content to just what is relevant to them.
Website iQ by Intel
Intel iQ is the social media and content driven interactive dashboard for everything tech. The content is pulled into the interface in real-time from a host of Intel channels and third party technology sites, creating a hub of content from around the world. The size of each story’s content panel is data driven, so the larger stories will be the ones that are the most shared. While the amount of stories within each content section, determines it’s tab size within the navigation bar.
Microsite The North Face Jacket Finder
As part of The North Face’s ecommerce website, Knight Studios was asked to create a microsite that would act as a filter for the user, allowing them to view just the products that are relevant to them, as they plan for the winter and trip ahead. We created fully drag and drop interface for the client that was really intuitive for the user to use – it was a case of why wouldn’t you use this to find your products!
When Skullcandy asked us to create the first of their new ‘Backstage with…’ series, we knew that the aesthetic needed to have that on-the-road vibe, so we reached for our gaffa tape and went to work! The app follow’s the band on their European tour, giving the user’s backstage access to The Hives, following the buzz around each gig, plus exclusive gifts and content. By entering their unique code, content from the tour is unlocked as well as a chance to see them live at their home-coming Stockholm gig.
As part of adidas Running’s campaign for the 2013 Virgin London Marathon, we were asked to create a Facebook app. The app’s experience begins offline, when the runners receive their VLM packs. Within the pack is a password that has to be entered into the app, these passwords allow the athletes access to exclusive codes to get discount off the official adidas VLM range, plus rejected applicants the chance to win a place at the race.
Ahead of the UN Summit, LIVESTRONG wanted to create an online petition to raise awareness for cancer. We created a simple website and Facebook app to collect peoples signatures – in this case their online and Facebook avatars – and displayed themas the face of the site. The more people signed, the more the tracker counted and the amount of faces piled up. A great cause to be a part of.
Website 3T Cycling
Working again with our good friends at Shift, we were asked to create the new website for the high-end, Turin based, cycling component manufacturer 3T. Well known for creating beautifully crafted and elegant products – this was something that we wanted to realise in our designs, creating the very best platform to present and showcase their products.
Shift Active Media
Website Skullcandy Theo’s Euro Snaps
A Facebook app that tracked the Skullcandy US skate team as they travelled around Europe on a three-city tour. The skaters posted images to Instagram, geolocating them through Fousquare check-ins around each city. These images were then pinned to maps of Barcelona, Copenhagen and Paris, allowing users to explore the skater-generated content.
As part of the adidas olympic #takethestage campaign, Knight Studios was asked to create a Facebook app that invited users to create their own campaign image. The app pulls in the users Facebook albums and images and allows them to crop and place their chosen image alongside adidas and Team GB athletes Jess Ennis and Phillips Idowu. Prompted by the ‘what will you take _____?’ question, the user can add and share their own mantra in the app’s gallery and with friends.
Website NIKE Free Run 3 iD
For the launch of the Nike Free Run 3 iD shoe, this Facebook application gave the user a unique chance to create their own custom color-way and custom iD using the NIKEiD shoe builder – all within Facebook. Once created, they were able to share it with their friends, post it within the app’s gallery and also purchase the shoe ahead of it’s launch.
Website Nike NFL Dunk iD
Ahead of the launch of the Dunk NFL iD shoe, this application gave the user a unique chance to create their own custom color-way and custom iD using the NIKEiD shoe builder – all within Facebook. Once they had created their shoe they were able to share it with their friends, post it within the app’s gallery and also purchase the shoe ahead of it’s launch.
Website Adidas BUPA London 10K
An adidas running Facebook app that allowed runners of the BUPA London 10k to check in at the race to unlock the competition app. The check-in acted as the gate to the app, where the user could enter two competitions ato win some adidas running gear.
Website Mekk Bicycles
A redesign of the high-end European cycling brand’s website. Mekk wanted a more contemporary looking site that simplified the user journey and enhanced the user experience. We put the bikes front and center, making the products the hero, creating an immersive experience that sold the viewer the value, heritage and lifestyle of the brand.
Shift Active Media
Website Kobe VII System iD
For Kobe’s latest shoe launch, we created a Facebook app that allowed the user to create a customised signature shoe ahead of the public launch. For this footwear update the Nike Basketball team created a shoe system rather than just a shoe, enabling the user to further tailor their shoe to their own specific needs. Once they had created their shoe they could then share it with their friends on Facebook and Twitter. Users could also submit their creation to the gallery where they could view and like other user’s shoes.
Website Google Politics & Elections 2012
For the 2012 US elections, we designed a site for Google that would track the presidential candidates throughout their election campaigns. The site gives users access to news, information and knowledge allowing them to feel part of the election race as they follow.
Website Colnago Bikes
A website redesign for the high-end european cycling brand Colnago. The brand demanded an approach that was as well crafted and considered as the products they create. A company with a rich cycling heritage, the site needed to reflect and promote that while still feeling progressive and highlighting the range of products.
Website MTV 2011 Online Music Awards
Design of a four-phase awards website and branding for MTV’s first Online Music Awards. The site included category announcements, artist nominations, award voting and live event streaming.
Website Discovery Channel My Discovery
For the Discovery Channel’s 25 year anniversary, they wanted to create a mini-site that allowed users to share their discoveries and search other uploads. Users were able to tweet their stories direct from the site, with the function of adding photos or videos. The content stream was then searchable either by trending topic or time.
Website Facebook Stories
The official mini-site to celebrate Facebook reaching 500 million users – the site allowed Facebook users to post what Facebook had done for them. The site was split between two views – theme or by location. Viewing by theme allowed users to select a custom designed icon and then view the filtered content below (a peace icon was specially designed for a post by the Dalai Lama!). Viewing by location allowed users to view all stories near their current location, and enabled them to search stories from around the world.
Website NASA Buzzroom
A social dashboard that allowed users to tweet questions direct to their preferred astronauts and NASA direct from the interface. Users were then able to track conversations around trending topics, hashtags or previous questions. The site was also an outlet for official news, photos and videos around shuttle launches and astronauts.
Website Conan O’Brien
With the anticipated return to prime-time tv of Conan O’Brien, this site allowed the users to vote for Conan’s first guest. The candidates, selected by Team Coco, were presented on a leader board, where the user could vote for their choice using Twitter and share that vote with friends through their preferred channel.
Partnering with Foursquare, the site tracked the polling station checkins across the US in real time as the public voted. With a map-driven interface displaying the checkin counts for each polling station in each state and with the time difference across the country, the result was visually compelling. The data was also displayed by numbers and by timeline, which allowed the user to search through the days results.
For the launch of NIKEiD Lunarglide+ shoe, this application gave the user a unique chance to create their own custom color-way and custom iD using the NIKEiD shoe builder – all within Facebook. Once they had created their shoe they were able to share it with their friends, post it within the app’s gallery and also purchase the shoe ahead of it’s launch.
An official site for the Royal Wedding. Instead of the hundreds of thousands of gifts they would normally be sent, the Prince asked that people donated to one of his chosen charities. To date, over 1 million pounds has been raised.
Website Samsung homepage
A redesign of Samsung USA’s homepage with a focus on introducing social in an appropriate and beneficial way. The solution was a social panel in the bottom third that allowed the user to view social conversations around Samsung products on Facebook, Twitter, Flickr and YouTube. Another unique feature allowed users to upload product reviews that would display on this page.
Website Cause an Uproar Campaign
A website to accompany the print and televised campaign – one that required a hub to drive the public towards. The site served the purpose of both educating the public to the cause and to encourage them to take action, helping National Geographic increase awareness to the plight of the big cat.
Website NASA Fragile Oasis
Ahead of astronaut Ron Garan’s latest voyage to the US space station, this site was created to allow the Ron to blog from space. But it also is a platform for other astronauts to blog, for users to discover more about our fragile oasis and for the community to submit their own projects to the site.
Website Nike Free Run 2 Builder
Ahead of the Free+ shoe launch, this Facebook application gave the user a unique chance to create their own custom color-way and custom iD using the NIKEiD shoe builder – all within Facebook. Once they had created their shoe they were able to share it with their friends, post it within the app’s gallery and also purchase the shoe ahead of it’s launch.
Website Dodge Viper
24 races in 24 hours, all tracked on a map-driven site with a live stream of all races as they happen. A social feed tracks the conversation around each race while the race route is marked and time tracked on the interactive map.
An interface that allowed the US public to ask the President’s press secretary the first question of the daily press briefing. User’s could tweet a question direct from the interface. These questions were then added to the site allowing users to vote for their favourite question. The question with the most votes would be chosen.
Website Lux Delux
Design for an new exclusive, invite only high-end fashion shopping site. Simple, sophisticated solution with high attention to details.
Website Jeep Wrangler Builder
A builder-style website allowing Jeep customers to customize their Wrangler through a bespoke interface. The interface allowed users to colour the exterior, add features and special packs, rotate the Jeep to view all angles. Pop-up boxes informed the user of the selected benefits and choices. An interior view allowed the user to fully customize inside the automobile too.
Website Plixi Homepage
An illustrated homepage that helps explain what the twitter photo sharing service offers, helps the service appeal to a broader audience and creates an exciting character-led landing page into the site.
Website Perfect Market
Website and brand redesign for a company which helps publishers create value from their online content across a wide array of platforms. A limited color palette, revitalised photogarphic direction and an immersive interface that allowed them to promote a large amount of content through different feeds and carousels.
Website Volunteering Reading Help
A website for a charity that promotes and helps children to read with the help of adult volunteers.
Website GGMR redesign
Website redesign for a UK marketing agency. Putting the projects front and centre and integrating social feeds and data visualization, the experience was far more immersive and gave the agency a platform to take forward and showcase their offering.
Website Profounder homepage
An infographic illustration for the homepage of this fundraising site for start-ups. The illustration’s colour palette matched the established brand colors, while the typefaces matched the same type choices used within the site. We chose an illustration style that would appeal to a wide range of users to include and not exclude them.
Website IBOPE Zogby
With the merger of IBOPE and Zogby, the world-wide brand needed a fresh website. As a company that tracked voting around elections, this set us up with opportunities to visualize lots of data, while still having the need to display the latest news stories as they broke. Social feeds were also added to ensure the user was always kept up to date.
A minimalist, understated, full-screen approach was applied to this site design for a New York based fashion brand that designs clothing using only materials direct from the farmers. A large magazine-style display showcases the products through considered photography and color palettes.
A site design for Amtrak that tells the story of it’s fascinating history. Each station throughout the US can be located on the map, images and videos can be viewed as you read the story of each station and how it helped the national railway. Wallpapers can be downloaded of your favorite station image.
Website Fiat 500
A site that both introduces the Fiat 500 to the American market and also gives back to the consumer through Fiat ambassadors creating events and raising money at key cities throughout the country. This map-driven interface allows you to follow the events, view images and total money raised.
An IT Community site redesign. A code-passionate group focused on discussion and sharing, in need of a more streamlined structure for this type of content. With a limited colour palette and refined design approach with ensured that the focus remained on content, the users ability to be able to access it quickly and interact simply.
Website SXSWi TechCocktail
A quick site for an initiative at SXSWi. The idea is that for that Sunday eveny year at the event, it will be dubbed Johnny Cash Blackout Sunday, where everyone must where black and dress like Johnny Cash. A quick, fun site was designed to inform event attendees of this idea, the party and what will be happening as well as displaying social feeds around the event.