We've recently built a microsite for design consultancy Dragon Rouge highlighting some of their work and current thinking in the healthcare sector. The site's cms was built using Laravel, whilst the frontend makes use of fullpage.js. You can check out the site here.
We've recently added a Snow Reports section to the Tignes Spirit/Val Spirit Rentals websites. This new area of the site allows a variety of contributers to post updates on the snow conditions. The backend of the system is fully responsive and built in Laravel, it downsamples any images before uploading with the aim being that the contributors will be able to write and upload reports whilst out on the slopes. You can check out the snow report for Tignes here, the conditions seem amazing this winter!
We’ve recently built a new home for hundreds of stunning images by photographer Lee Mawdsley. Lee wanted a carousel element on the homepage, which is usually a bit of a UX no-no. To mitigate this the images are lazy-loaded and though there's a predefined order, it starts in a random place each time. As a result of this, every time I load the site up, I do find myself spending way too long way watching them animate through! When you have really great content maybe they’re not such a bad idea after all. If you want to take a look, you can check the site out here.