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Bamboo

Bamboo Sushi

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Bamboo Sushi is the first in a series of restaurants from Sustainable Restaurant Group whose mission to provide the most ethically caught fish with the lowest carbon footprint possible. To help tell their story, we created an interactive platform that not only showcases their food, but helps to tell the story of where they get their ingredients and how they get to each of their restaurant’s location. Our goal was to create a design that felt extremely high-end with a focus on a nontraditional navigation and rich user experience. When browsing the site you feel transported into another world, immersed in the Bamboo Sushi brand.

We also took a mobile first design approach to this project, given that the majority of the users browse the site on mobile devises. This allowed us the opportunity to re-imagine what the mobile experience was going to be like. Users can use the intuitive swipe gesture to navigate through the content on their phones, in addition to using the traditional navigation.

Project Resources: Clean,Design,Minimal,Responsive Design,One page

By: CMYK (USA)

Courses-Australia

Courses.com.au

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Courses.com.au is one of Australia’s largest online education comparison websites. Our goal is to provide users with all the information they need to make an informed decision about their education. Students can view details for specific courses, review job outcomes and explore career pathways.

Project Resources: Clean, Minimal, Education

By: Oliver Kang (Australia)

ETA

ETA

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Eta is a household name in New Zealand – immediately recognisable to almost anyone. The challenge of this project was to find provide a versatile platform for Eta’s broad range of brands – from the sophisticated Uppercuts, to the bold and edgy Munchos. To guide the design process we consolidated Eta’s nine brand attributes into three guiding principles – Fun, Confident and Creative.

Project Resources: Clean, Fixed Navigation, Minimal, Responsive

By: Joe Mitchell (New Zealand)