Bitly is the world's most popular link shortener, with over half a billion (yes "BILLION!") links shortened every month. The Bitly service is an integral part of social, SMS, email, and on-screen efforts for leading brands, marketers, publishers, government organizations, non-profits, and individuals. Trailing the meteoric success of Twitter, Bitly has sky-rocketed to become a household name. Their powerful Brand Tools are now used by the most well-known brands in the world, including Nike, GE, ebay, Verizon, BuzzFeed, American Eagle, Bloomberg, and many others.
Promo site of The Urban Rooms
In this 3-D real time WebGL site, we bring you a closer look at the highly anticipated Fox Searchlight film, Birdman. The story follows the tale of Riggan (Michael Keaton), once an iconic superhero, struggling to reclaim his past glory. By combining audio and visuals, we allow the users to think and act like Birdman while gaining access to never before seen content. The site features a motion-centric bevy of impactful quotes on a background of GIF-form clips, all taken directly from the film and shareable on various social media sites. Through meaningful copy and carefully selected visuals, we are able to give the user an experiential peek inside the mind of a man desperate to matter.
Velvet Hammer has created a modern-day standard for independent music companies.
Gourmettraveller.com.au is packed with sensational recipes, dinner-party menus, the latest news on the food and wine scene, leading restaurants and hotels, and in-depth features on the world’s most intoxicating travel destinations.
Our new portfolio site showcases a diverse mix of our projects describing each development story with honesty. Each of our case studies leads with crisp, colourful photography and renders. But of equal importance is the imagery depicting whiteboards covered in visual ramblings, worktops laden with reject 3D prints and late night engineering reviews in windowless rooms in far-flung countries. We’ve taken a clean and simple approach to the design, yet functionality and depth of content haven’t taken a backseat to minimalism. The user can easily take control over the type of content they wish to see - whether that’s browsing just visual content or engaging in-depth with a case study or blog post. This sense of user-customisation is best demonstrated by our homepage content filter. It’s possible to toggle on and off what’s visible - case studies, services, company information and what we’re up to socially - making the site responsive not only by device but by individual too.