We’re proud of what we do, and we’d like to share that with you. It’s nice to know that we get to create some wonderful sites as standalones and as part of bigger campaigns. Take a look at some of our recent projects at Red Ant below.
We’ve been super busy over the last month or so, counting down the days to our APEC lockdown. We’re going to stock up on coffee big time just in case George decides he likes it here and chooses to stay a bit longer.
Here are a few of the projects that have been keeping us busy lately:
The Books Alive site is an Australian Government initiative to encourage people to read. Rather than listing thousands of titles you could read, the Books Alive site is all about 50 really great books that you should read!
Your personal guide to 50 books so good, everyone will want to read them.
We created a new visual design and site layout to highlight the company’s most important marketing messages and make it easier for potential customers to find information relevant to them. We also set up a new Content Management System so that content owners inside the business can update pages almost as easily as updating a document on their desktop.
Huggies Jeans for Genes
We added some denim bling to the header area as part of Huggies support of Jeans for Genes day. We also developed a new photo upload tool that allows members to upload photos of their children wearing jeans. This is a reusable tool that will be used in other photo based competitions, and includes an extensive image moderation application.
A brand new site for Kleenex Wipes. Watch for the closing doors!
A brand new site for Snugglers
A new extranet application for KC Professional, which contains sales material and product information for internal staff and distributors.
The Melbourne walk has come and gone, and just a few more sleeps until the Sydney event. This is a .net project that we’ve been working on with the Oxfam team.
image credit: Myrrh Ahn