A few weeks ago we launched a new services-based website for 360 at the domain 360newzealand.com, built on the perpetually-developing CMS loved by many, WordPress.
A year in the planning and a solid month in the making, this website feels like the biggest web design projects I’ve ever accomplished – not in terms of the size of the site (number of pages being limited to around 15), but in terms of complexity.
Our aim was to create a portfolio-centred site from which to sell the various 360 digital media services, from our virtual tours to web design. The features we decided to utilise included parallax effects, video backgrounds, JQueery, Bootstrap 3, and lots of CCS3. It’s certainly a very “visual” website, with lots of behind-the-scenes photoshop work, although a lot of thought went into the information architecture and content creation also.
The team at 360 feel we’ve achieved something that represents our brand and services extremely well, and we’re proud to be post our portfolio pieces on the site.