Flash isn't just great for cartoons, we also use it to develop immersive e-learning applications, games, websites, interactive tools, presentations and campaign materials. When you need to reach mobile audiences, we can emulate a lot of the same functionality in HTML5.
Responsive HTML5 video driven competition
Arm & Hammer toothpaste wanted to run a weekly live quiz on Facebook where players could compete against the clock to answer 10 questions. The winner of each week won a luxury holiday. Alongside this there was a taster quiz that offered smaller prizes, and a prize draw for players who successfully referred a friend.
The quiz was delivered as both a brand page app and external responsive microsite to allow mobile visitors the opportunity to play. It featured a lot of HTML5 video with fallbacks for mobile players.
Interactive Flash game
The University of New South Wales commissioned a study into frustration and we were asked to produce an online Flash game as the measurement tool.
This was a great opportunity to conceptualise the project with the client, come up with all of the creative styling and user flow, and then design & build the game. In the backgound, our user tracking allows for complex mapping of all interactions to return a comprehensive set of results.
Interactive HTML5 Solar System
Money Supermarket required an interactive HTML5 component that they could integrate into the promotional site for their “Alan’s Epic Adventure” advertising campaign. The component animated a space rocket through our solar system with information about how much fuel it would take to get to each planet, along with the equivalent saving in fuel cost if you were to switch energy provider.
Animation could be controlled via click/tap events, swiping or mouse wheel to cater for users on every kind of device.