Flash development

Pongo Flash Presentation is a provider of affordable design and development solutions for small to medium-sized companies. The Flash presentation features a dynamic snapshot of the site which changes as the presentation progresses. Similar to a DVD player, the UI provides playback control and access to chapters. The presentation can also be watched without sound, as the voice-over is augmented by on-screen subtitles.

Camex Flash Presentation

Camex is the only business-to-business event for major Romanian construction companies. The Flash presentation gives an overview and schedule of the latest event and a history of facts about past events. Using easily accessible controls and a flexible layout, the presentation can be delivered on multiple platforms - offline laptop or PC, web or projector. The presentation may be played as a looping video in less than ideal viewing conditions, due to seamless transitions, high contrast and good readability.

SpicyNodes Web Site

SpicyNodes is a visually engaging and interactive way for visitors to explore concept maps (such as site maps) and immediately access the information they need. Constantly evolving, the web site is home to the SpicyNodes radial map technology and hosts a complex gallery of user created maps, relevant documentation and an extensive user account component. Logged-in users can manage content and styles for their SpicyNodes maps via the online editors.

Bizoo Flash Presentation

The largest online business directory in Romania, offers presentation and discovery tools, and receives more than a million visitors each month. The Flash presentation features a multi-purpose timeline that shows streaming progress, allows control over playback and provides access to individual chapters. Both voice-over and on-screen text are used, making the presentation effective even if speakers are not available.

Plasmaplugs Flash Site

Plasmaplugs is a software shop that produces plugin components for Adobe Flash development. The web site features a sharp, minimalistic design with seamless transitions between sections and fluid animations. Developed entirely using Adobe Flash, hosts product presentations, demos and documentation, as well as an online shop for components.

Mancetta Flash Site

Mancetta is an enthusiastic fashion brand for sophisticated, uninhibited young people. The web site, which is built using Adobe Flash, relies on a photo composition to simulate a room where objects react to user actions. Framed pictures on the wall act as anchors for the site sections. The brand's distinct character is emphasized by the striking color palette and the dynamic environment.

Reductostart Web Site

Reductostart is a campaign launched by pharmaceutical company Abbott Labs, dealing with the risks posed by overweight. Developed at Grapefruit, the existing online component of the campaign was redesigned to provide a more comprehensive approach. The site offers extensive information on diets, interactive tools to assist in identifying weight related issues, a discussion forum and a new visual concept, better suited to the target audience.

Dacia Web Site

Dacia is a Romanian automobile manufacturer that has emerged, over the past years, as the country's most notable brand. As the core element of an extensive solution for online promotion, delivered by branding agency Grapefruit, the web site hosts presentations for the company's range of automobile models and services. The solution features an open and optimistic design built upon a lightweight hybrid of Adobe Flash and conventional HTML. Employing the strengths of both technologies, the site promotes accessible and highly interactive content.

McCann Erickson Flash Site

The Romanian division of McCann Erickson is one of the country's leading advertising agencies. Developed at Grapefruit, the site promotes the brand's core values and showcases McCann's portfolio of advertising work in Romania. With a minimalist visual concept, the design uses an unconventional dynamic graph structure to outline connections between sections and provide access to content. The full-Flash web site is backed up by a HTML alternative, both using the same underlying data structure, allowing content to be easily managed by the client.