We've build for Adidas Israel a responsive web page based on the open source framework Drupal.
The task was to create a clean modern responsive web page, that Adidas Israel can use to present their product catalog and in detail informations. The site has been build multilingual in English and Hebrew and features informations about technologies and how to find the perfect running shoe. On top of that customers can use the store locator, which integrates Adidas own store API.
We've used state-of-the-art technologies like Drupal Acquia, CSS3 with Sass & Compass, jQuery and distributed the system on Microsoft Azure.
WIB is a company dealing with various topics about and around people with handicaps, disabilities and psychiatric problems.
Among other things, they run a textile workshop, where such people produce different products for clients. They compete in the real world with integrating handicapped people while considering their needs.
We helped building them a web page for the project "Menschen ein Gesicht geben" (Give people faces).
"The project "Menschen ein Gesicht geben" of Weißenseer Integrationsbetriebe wants to advertise more sensitivity to the situation of people that we encounter in everyday life and thus promote the inclusion thoughts."
This new video platform provides business decider and consumers with product information in form of a video in just one minute.
We have been part of this project since the beginning, supporting the client with writing the concept, creating wireframes and building the system behind oneminutefilm.
With a variety of different technologies and APIs from 3rd party providers like Vimeo, Google, Keen IO, MailChimp and others we have build a modern responsive web application.
Work is still in progress and we are continuously releasing new features are updating existing.
This is the continuation of a project we did earlier this year.
Let people share their photographs made by a professional photographer on an event.
We developed an app which is paired with the photographers digital camera and displays the photos only after seconds on the screen. After the attendees picked the pictures, they can share them through email, SMS, Facebook or Twitter.