The world is at our fingertips and we’re consuming and creating more online content than ever before. We work with leaders ready to take their digital presence to the next level. To seize the moment, deliver what’s now and what’s next. Before it happens.
HMG is a global leader in the design, manufacturing and refurbishment of all components used in heavy industries. From stripping, surface finishing and packaging, they have been supplying heavy engineering requirements across a wide range of industries including Mining, Agriculture, Oil & Gas and Defence to name a few.
When we were approached to market Winton’s Way Out West Fest (WWOWF), the brief in itself was a challenge of a few levels. Firstly, we were required to create a brand that not only incorporated ‘Celebrating Waltzing Matilda’, but also Winton’s Wat Out West Fest. This was a sizeable amount of words to create an aesthetically pleasing design for. Secondly, we needed to build a website and marketing campaign that created buzz around the festival and draw people to Winton. Thirdly, entice people to buy a ticket that required a real commitment from people considering the location and distance. Never less, Expose were thrilled to be involved and embraced the challenge put in front of us. With the April 2018 festival announced in October 2017, there was limited time to ensure that the brand awareness was generated and tickets were sold.
We won the contract to build their new website AND intranet for internal/external user.
The website requirements were to be AA compliant which ensures there are two form of communication for every item on the site, covering sound/visual communication as a requirement of Government. The brief was simple: ensure it is a clean and simple website to use. Clear communication and ensure the ‘3 click’ rationale was in play for all pages. Also, highlight the 4 key areas of Infrastructure NSW and role in government
The intranet was a custom build which required the usual range of services. Calendar, news, internal commentary, room bookings, forms/templates and more but has to serve the needs of Infrastructure NSW with custom access for internal and external suppliers
The visuals and designs for the Republic PR. website excels in frame motion and animation movement; improving user experience and website directory and readability. Using cleverness and creativity, the crisp new website features smoother transitions, bold title positions, clear entry and exits with fly out behaviour and synchronized slide control. We also included accordion sections and HTML5 Audio and Picture elements onto the homepage and all internal pages!
When they came to us they had an eCommerce website where the true function wasn’t being utilised, built on a confusing platform. We developed a new look for their website resulting in a fresh, interactive homepage that showcased their unique range of furniture styles that was easy to navigate and use.
Working tirelessly over 6 months, we designed and developed the Adventure 1 website making it your go-to stop for adventure racing. The website needed to include a range of animation and UX execution, integrations from live tracking to social media and web forms. We also were required to build a team system allowing the user to create team listing and a point system to track points for each team based on events. We are proud to announce that this website has been nominated for a CSS Design Award.
We are a proud supporter of Juiced TV and in an effort to increase support and donations, we were thrilled to have the opportunity to build and donate a shiny new website. Pip wanted the site to be more simplistic, but effective, in communicating the show episodes and updated news each week – whilst being bright and representing Juiced TV in the best light… for the kids.
Kettlebell Jess wanted to deliver her message and keep the user engaged from the moment they reached her homepage. While great imagery and a clever design will get you a long way, we included the promotional video we shot for her on the homepage giving people something to look at while getting a feel for her company.
A standard website design was not an option for Crosschecker – innovative and eye catching was to be the focus. As a team, we created the brand with a holistic approach and the website was a key part of that strategy – to showcase the brand’s corporate identity in a fun, immersive and user-first way.
As part of their business re-launch, the new site we designed & built for Resources Training Council maintains its corporate responsibility with clearly laid out information but has added movement and creative design elements to keep it fresh and maintain user interest
As one of our favourite restaurants in Brisbane, we were excited by the opportunity to recreate the website and promo reel for Euro. Showcasing their European inspired menu along with the venue and bar the end design resulted in a fun yet sophisticated look.
Wanting to reflect the personality of its director, we designed and built a new website for boutique agency Squirrel House on the Gold Coast. it needed to reflect well across desktop and mobile, and we are very happy with the end result.
We were commissioned to develop a website for Act for Kids 2018 Gala Ball. Using their fairy tale theme, we designed a single scrolling website with clearly identified sections for event details, tickets, Act for Kids and sponsors. We included basic animations to make the website fun and reflect the nature of the charity.
We designed and built a Parallax responsive website than contained CSS3 Animations while allowing a client login using content management system. This also included building an IOS and Android App allowing users to access their BI reporting across their venues.
eBet wanted us to design and build a multi-level website that engaged customers with a simple navigation. From this, we also created a custom intranet for staff to access secure documents and news as well as a customer portal to allow access to customer only information and product downloads.
Originally with a website that was nonresponsive, Hydro Construction Products requested we re-create the home page to properly respond to various sized monitors and mobile devices. This also included internal templates to suit the design drafts over desktop and mobile for Home, Products and Library.
Coming to us with a single page, old website, Ideal Introductions wanted us to create a warm website that portrayed their brand messaging. Building a new website, our main focus was to incorporate a single landing page that encouraged their clients to get involved and be interactive. This is where we included some client reviews, statistics and a free compatibility test.
After relaunching their brand as Inturo, we created a corporate website that showcased the products and services Inturo had to offer. They wanted to ensure the website was professional and clean, allowing the user to access all the information with ease.
Redesigning their old website, we created a new home page previous promotion and gallery page for Mercury Group. They wanted to ensure that movement design was incorporated into the web pages for extra visual appeal where feasible. This also included a responsive design across all pages to suit mobile devices and tablets.
We designed the front end of the Metro Mining website based off a basic brief they provided. This brief included the use of their colours and fonts which we integrated throughout the site. A CMS was also built into the back-end allowing the client to edit the content as they pleased.