A competition in support of the promotion campaign for Expo Milano.
The promotion of the Milan World Fair was carried out, among others, via the Expo Milano 2015 website. The website allowed for uploading pictures capturing “summer mood”, and offered prizes such as a trip to the Expo, a Vespa scooter, or Italian dinner. The targeted ads of PPC Google AdWords and the strong Facebook backing greatly contributed to the success of the promotion.
Promotion microsite, Google AdWords (PPC), Facebook (posts and ads)
Full redesign of the Hungarian and international website of Hell Energy in line with the image building of the brand, ensuring outstanding user experience.
Design a site providing full functionality in almost 40 language versions in a way that enables content updates both centrally and locally.
The multi-level authorisation management of the proprietary developed Astronaut content management system is a simple solution to administer language mutations collectively and locally, while the unique UI makes online brand presence distinctive.
We created the website and the associated administration interface in our proprietary Astronaut framework. This makes the page load significantly faster. We built the modern design on HTML5 and also optimised it for mobile devices.
Developing a system in which both the Hungarian and Slovenian sides make sense.
We have developed a Hungarian site which served the brief, and then through the same mechanism, the Slovenian equivalent of the site was also prepared by displaying the range of products offered in the country.
We have developed user-friendly, responsive websites for Bonduelle Central Europe.
Adapted to the central advertising campaign, developing a PR-oriented online strategy for Orbit, focusing on dental care and oral hygiene. Our responsibility was the image and programming of the campaign's online platform.
Renewing the image of Peppers! restaurant as well as restructuring and programming its website for a wide target audience: from hotel catering through business lunch to family dinners.
The goal is to make Peppers! an independent entity within the hotel, not only a hotel restaurant, with a clear-cut image and an independent website.