We are a London based creative digital production company, combing our understanding of current and future technologies with powerful design to deliver the best digital experiences, connecting people to brands.
Thanks for visiting. Below you will find a selection of projects we were involved with, and in some cases still are. Please take a minute to have look and get in touch using the details at the bottom of the page.
The artist digital toolkit, built in collaboration with Proud Creative, is a web application targeted at Getty Images content contributors. The application allows users to create dynamic banners for their website and Facebook profile filled with their images accompanied with a customisable status message.
We integrated the Getty Images API and Facebook API to allow users to login using their existing credentials and use their own curated lightboxes.
Built upon our resilient cloud hosting platform the application can handle millions of visitors without downtime.
likeBox is a project inspired by the increasingly common social methods employed design and creative professionals and enthusiasts when working on projects collaboratively.
Getty Images, in preparation for the HOW conference, requested a digital product that conference goers could engage with both during and after the conference.
The web application provides users with a large canvas where they can select from curated photos and videos or their own uploaded images. Using a non-intrusive but engaging physics engine users are able to pin their selection onto the canvas creating mood boards they can share with their friends and colleagues.
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Built in collaboration with the talented team at Proud Creative, this project is targeted at corporate creative professionals. A fun and instructional ‘webinar’ video, the primary focus of the site, seeks to engage users with the undiscovered gems of the vast Getty Images library.
With the increasing adoption of HTML5 video by browser providers we decided to integrate the technology into this project, with Flash used as a fallback solution, ensuring that the content was accessible to everyone. In addition to using the latest video rendering techniques, Cufón was implemented to handle cross browser font rendering and Raphaël, a cross browser vector rendering engine, was utilised for specific controls.
James needed a platform where he could promote his illustrations as well as adding another source of revenue. The produced website, built upon a custom content management system, offers James the ability to curate his homepage, specific discipline pages and sell products through PayPal via his online shop.
Park Village Studio, one of the largest optional daylight studios in central London, required an online presence for marketing their unique atmosphere and working space. The studio has an incredible history, which is reflected in Proud Creative’s designs.
Utilising ExpressionEngine as a base content management solution staff at the studio have a simple user friendly solution for managing every aspect of their website. Automatic image resizing and cropping, WYSIWYG text editors, state of the art matrix fields and drag and drop structure management make life easy for those wanting to make changes to the site.