Hype Entertainment is a high-tech event design & production company specialised in creating immersive audiovisual experiences. They were in need of a highly engaging, cutting edge web portfolio to showcase their projects and recreate the excitement of their live events.
Support is one of the key objectives for the team at Your Sales Engine. Being their mission to help others through consultations, training and recruitment, it was then our mission to reflect their focus on others, in their website design. Integrating fun motion graphics whilst keeping a professional tone of voice, meant we were able to express their core values of honesty and integrity, in a modern and upbeat manner.
An article published by the Dunedin Study, focuses on the consequences of cannabis use. For this project, we wanted to capture key points from the article and highlight important concepts at a glance. We created a visually compelling and informative website that provided New Zealanders with illustrative data, to make an informed voting decision ahead of the then upcoming Cannabis Referendum.
Across New Zealand, there are currently just over 20, 000 students enrolled in Te Reo immersion programs. As part of an ongoing effort to promote & develop these, the ministry of education has funded the creation of new learning resources. Working alongside Huia for the Ministry of Education, we developed Raukupu, an engaging Te Reo E-learning platform focused on reading & listening comprehension.
In 2019, the Ministry for the Education and Stats NZ published Environment Aotearoa, a report outlining the 9 most important environmental issues facing New Zealand. Through its expressive animated illustrations, Our Environment guides the user along a sleek, concise visual summary of these priority concerns.
Passionately grounded in the indigenous culture of Aotearoa, NZ spirit festival offers a vibrant celebration of health, spirituality and connection. Ahead of their 2020 event in Waimauku, they approached us for a bold new website that would display their values and information with stunning visuals.
APA is Wellington’s #1 team of real estate experts. In collaboration with Obvious Brand Partners, our aim was to develop an intuitive, user-friendly website that showcases their realty services and property developments. We improved their content management system, allowing APA to update content, enhancing customer awareness, and positioning them as a trusted extension of Ray White.
Trap & Trigger is an innovative conservation and wildlife management service provider whose work restores balance to Aotearoa’s wilderness. They required their website to express their passion for the environment, sustainability and their desire to safeguard our native biodiversity. Through a thoughtful combination of motion design, custom illustrative graphics and a quality user experience, we delivered exactly that.
As part of an ongoing effort to provide New Zealanders with safe, accessible cannabis products, Psychoactive created Mohasky, New Zealand’s first cannabis delivery and education prototype. Currently in development and awaiting regulation, Mohasky has helped spark debate on what legislation should look like for harm reduction, sustainability and economic growth.
With so many great Kiwi design agencies, selecting the right partner can be tricky. We’ve put together our selection of the most creative design agencies in New Zealand. 15 of the best full-service, brand, web, digital, game design, marketing, production and motion graphics studios in New Zealand.
In the past few years VR and AR devices have seen rapid development, yet as these technologies evolve, experiences don’t necessarily fit nicely into either category. The Mediated Reality framework offers a more complete classification of computer altered realities. We’ve put together an immersive web experience that illustrates each of these realities.
New Zealand is set to hold a referendum on recreational cannabis legalisation at the 2020 General Elections. Yet there is a lack of clarity on what recreational cannabis laws could look like. We’ve put together an educational web experience outlining the rationale for legalisation and regulated home delivery.