Modern web technologies allow for complex interactive graphics and widespread accessibility, putting creative and dynamic content in reach of everybody.
Indeed if the inherent connected nature of web technologies remains their main feature, they are also catching up with native applications when it comes to performances and potential. With WebGL that brings GPU acceleration to graphics and WebAssembly that runs binary code, websites can make full use of the computer capabilities.
And with the ever growing list of features, and the many means of integration and deployments, web technologies are now the obvious answer for any kind of content that is meant to reach a public that doesn’t want the hassle of installing applications or risking viruses.
An interactive 3D animation illustrating the use of Vodafone’s MPesa solution by following the day of a character that discovers, tests and finally adopts it.
The viewer is prompted for actions at different steps to ensure he is focused on the task and more receptive to the information.
An animation bringing extensive yet accessible knowledge on the circulation of iron within the body.
At any moment, the user can swiftly navigate back or click an element to get details, leaving him in control of the flow of information he receives.
A visual index of the human body meant for filtering a list of every disease and conditions that can affect specific organs. This navigation is as efficient for the user to find what he is looking for, even when not sure of the name or spelling of an organ, as it is appropriate for casual exploration of the human anatomy.
An interactive application implemented for Bank of Albania to provide information for the public regarding detailed description of security features and numismatic facts of the newest Albanian Lek banknotes. Users can freely manipulate the banknotes to simulate the optical effects, and selecting security features clearly highlights and zooms on what the user needs to understand, leaving no ambiguity.
An application made for a touchscreen outside of the fanciest Vodafone shop in Albania to attract and entertain customers. The UI imitates that of a phone and provides information on offers, an interactive map and some kids games.
An interactive picture book available at the Bank of Albania museum to teach kids the importance of handling money properly with the famous albanian piglet.
As they progress through the colorful tales with simple interactions; they collect games and piggy-banks, creating an incentive to pay attention.