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Quick Tutorial: Simple HTML overlay on Flash for all major browsers. Flash embedded into a web page usually sits on top of all other content on a page. This has long caused problems especially with drop-down menus being hidden behind …
In order to showcase Willing Accomplice’s range of seductive lingerie, we designed a moody, dark website to stimulate the senses. Items can be found either by product type (bras, garters etc) or by product range (Surrender, striptease etc.) The site has been built around an easy to use shopping cart, which provides extensive graphical reporting, and is also easy to update and maintain. Regular backups are made by Rija Group to minimise the risk of any data being lost or overwritten by the client.
The Tudor Rose website is deceptively simple looking, but it carries powerful marketing messages and calls-to-action. The textual content and page markup have been designed with Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) in mind right from the word go. The site also features extensive online forms which allow Tudor Rose to gather large amounts of information from their prospective customers, which in turn allows them to give fast, accurate quotations and turn enquiries into sales.
This new website needed to be accessible, visible, engaging, informative and fun! By using a JQuery carousel in the header of the website (the spinning milk bottles), we presented a large amount of information in an eye-catching manner, with interactive controls – click the milk bottle you’re interested in, and the relevant information is shown. Moving your mouse across the picture of a cow in the header prompts the cow to moo loudly – try it, most people spend a few minutes going moo moo moo!
This site needed to stand out from the crowd. The whole point was to stimulate interest and persuade clients to sign up with associated gaming sites.
The first major decision was “how to convey our message?” This was solved with the use of Web Presenters. We created 2 professional web presentations (one English, one Chinese), then integrated them into a Flash header. This is designed to immediately engage the website visitor, and to get the simple message across quickly and succinctly. Combined with a slick design, based around both Chinese symbols and gaming imagery, the website delivers a high impact message, while retaining an air of respectability.