We’ve gone and done the impossible. We’ve made business intelligence software look sexy! Take a look at our recent work with Inside Info.
Unless you work in the food, beverage or manufacturing industries, you may not take much notice of the way products are packaged and presented on supermarket shelves.
Subconsciously though, as you reach for a product you will be registering things like colour, attractiveness of product images, and how easily you can see the information you need to know to decide on your purchase.
Kinetic typography literally means ‘moving type’; and refers to the dynamic presentation of words, characters and images in a video.
We’ve seen different approaches to the time-based movement of words since opening titles and captioning in the early days of film. But sorry, if you’ve ever been told that highly trained fleas are used its making, then I’m afraid that person is having you on.
Most recently, kinetic typography (also known as kinetic text) has made an impact as a demonstration or educational tool. Businesses have found that kinetic typography videos create an engaged audience, so are a great way to communicate a key message about a product or service.
After a full day of photography at the Orion Creative in-house studio – plus a website design and build – the new Guardian Safety site is live and fully populated!
Glitzy new sites New sites launched this month include the gorgeous girlglitz.com.au. Created for makeup artist Donna Rowe, it showcases her stunning photography and makeup artistry. By all accounts, the site is exactly how Donna
What better way to launch a new website than to make a game of it?
We reckon a game of custom-designed Space Invaders is the perfect way to launch the new Orion website, and we want you to play! Dust off your old arcade-era know-how, flex your space bar and pit your skills against the tenacious invading aliens. And if you can do it better than anyone else, you’ll win $500!*. Competition closes November 1.
Working alongside Kevin Harkin, Jeremy Mead and the Ontera team on the campaign for Harmony Collection has been great fun. The Harmony Collection is a range of carpet designs inspired by nature. We fully realised this connection to nature right across the campaign; from website to signage, logo design, brochures, photography, package design, email marketing, stationery, printing, and video production. We developed for the client a number of techniques to streamline the efficiency of the campaign and minimise costs for the client; a dedicated in-house photography studio (with magic powers) was one such technique.
Did you know we now have our own green screen set up? It’s an exciting new acquisition for us that means we can swap in film backgrounds and create fancy scenes easily.