website / CMS / data capture
What a place, the new website we've created for Place Careers. Developing this clever brand was a pleasure for us. Taking influence from London's Street signs, the design is about the balance in the typography as well as those images, covering all aspects of London's great and varied architecture. The perfect backdrop for the wealth of careers available in the architecture industry.
Built with a CMS so the client can update the site with all things architecture. Visitors can apply for jobs and register for future vacancies. Take a look you may find the career of your dreams.
website / CMS / data capture / online shop
We are delighted to announce the launch of the new Pieminister website. The site now fuses all their online activity, incorporating twitter, flickr, facebook and youtube as well as the Pieminister blog.
All aspects of the site are controlled by the client via a new bespoke built cms, enabling the site to keep up with all things pie.
Our relationship with Pieminister goes back to 2003, involving all their online activity up to the present. The brand is playful which we aimed to communicate with the site, as well as lots of info on these lovely pies you can order your favourite pies direct to your door through the successful online shop, mmm...
website / CMS
Harriman Steel are a talented London based design agency, thanks to a recommendation from one of our clients we were invited to produce their new website. A clean simple aesthetic gives their work the perfect environment, coupled with some nice touches in the use of jquery.
The CMS allows the client to update all elements within the site and automatically update all their twitter and facebook contacts. We've even developed a secret function which is sure to surprise if you can find it.
brand / website / mobile site / marketing
The first part of the brief was to create a new brand that better reflects the business, looking at the name, logo and print materials.
With the website Dooit produced a clean canvas to showcase the work. The client wanted to find a treatment for the photography which worked equally with landscape and portrait formats. The site utilises flash to display the imagery within a solid html framework so not compromising the SEO.
We produced a branded html email campaign to launch the site to clients and contemporaries. Mobile version on its way.
SJ Watson : Before I Go to Sleep
website / CMS
SJ Watson approached dooit to design and produce a site with two sides. One side to promote the author, the other to promote the latest book.
A common aesthetic covers both sides of the site yet still allowing each to retain a personality. Due to the different territories marketing the book we employed location tracking to tailor the content accross five countries.
The sites are fully content managed with dynamic feeds from the authors twitter, blog and vimeo activity.
website / CMS
Shared Intelligence needed to completely change their online communication, the old site failed to portray the achievements of the business. Working with the client we restructured the content and user journey through the site. Introducing an engaging interactive entrance, walking the users through the key components of their work.
A content management system allows the client to update all the content within the site.
Adam & Eve London
website / CMS
The client gave us the freedom to use full page flash. Dooit wanted to create a rich photo realistic environment to display the agencies work. A model was constructed in the office and photographed, these images were used to create the stop frame animation. One of our favourite bits are the random loading cards,
"Look at Troy on holiday while you wait" :)
We built a bespoke CMS giving the client the ability to create new client/project/news items and upload images, digital banners, pdfs and videos.
Daily Telegraph : the happiness project
Through Adam & Eve Dooit were commissioned to design and produce a microsite for the Daily Telegraph. The brief was to deliver a large amount of research content in a fresh inviting way. The site combines illustration and 3D animation to produce a warm interactive experience.
Dynamic content enables the Telegraph to manage the content internally.
Both we and the client are very happy with it.