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.
The answer to this question is always changing, but the W3C keep up to date information on their website regarding internet screen resolution statistics of their visitors.
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.
Run for the Hills!
Relax – this is not an order, but an exciting new charity event. Combining healthy outdoor activity with fundraising for kids, Run for the Hills is just the type of thing we like to be a part of. Orion Creative signed up as a gold partner of this worthwhile event. While we were at it, we offered to put their website together, too.
Scrunched up notes glued with squashed banana to the bottoms of school bags will be a thing of the past, thanks to the good people at Active School Apps. This versatile app-based system makes communication a breeze for a school community, saving a whole lot of paper at the same time.
Of course, a product as innovative and user friendly as Active School Apps needs a website and marketing to match. This is where Orion came in.
Update your browser or pay! That’s the message coming from online electronics retailer Kogan.com, who have introduced an ‘Internet Explorer Tax’ of 6.8% on any product you buy from the site.
Heehee. A London agency has created the funniest of all bookmarklets. Happpy It is a tool that lets you commit the ultimate design sin on any website you like: turn it into Comic Sans.