In small teams, you compete in an exciting competition with varied disciplines involving knowledge, reaction speed and skill. Two exciting variants await you: 100% remote or live action at your office.
The website is characterised by its playful design and contains many dynamic elements. For example, the website elements fly in different ways when you scroll, and the colourful shapes also move freely in space. This gives the visitor a lively and dynamic website experience.
Your project is in good hands with the Funding Compass! Whether sports, education, health, social affairs, environment, culture or voluntary work: the Förderkompass team is at your side to guide you through the funding jungle. Together we will find the best funding programmes and realise the project of your heart.
The website of the Funding Compass impresses with its tidy appearance, the constantly changing headline programmed in Java Script and a snappy path animation that explains the individual steps in more detail.
Klimo is an app that allows its users to measure and reduce their carbon footprint in a playful way. The app is being tested in the Kassel area as a local initiative and is being developed as part of a BMWi funding project.
The app website is designed to give the user a quick overview of the app's range of services. In terms of design, the focus was on a clean website design. Highlights are the map-based and CMS-friendly news section and the stylish customer reviews section.
Unplanned machine downtime costs time and money. Elara reduces downtime and increases machine availability. Relevant information, such as work orders, checklists, machine documentation or troubleshooting guides, can be created easily and intuitively and can be accessed at any time. A knowledge database for maintenance teams.
The Elara website focuses on many different smartphone and laptop mockups that describe the product in more detail. The user can comfortably click through the different function screens of the application.
Flying Potato is a company that independently develops and markets digital social games. The focus here is on the multiplayer area.
The website should reflect the playful character of the company, which is why we chose a bright green-orange mix for the colour scheme. Another important component was the integration of a YouTube video plug-in that can switch between different videos via slider. In addition, there is a showroom animated with smartphone screens that shows the company's individual games.
The Worldwatchers help companies optimise their carbon footprint with the largest CO2 database and intelligent software solutions. In this way, they enable their clients to reduce CO2 emissions, save costs and comply with regulatory requirements.
The biggest challenge of the Worldwatchers website was the well-structured accommodation of the many, different sub-pages. An intelligent navigation, as well as an image-rich design, provides the user with a quick overview of the various services offered by Worldwatchers.