16tags.com is a web start-up project based in Munich, Germany, helping people connect with each other for activities and events. Digital Nonsense was given the lead for the front-end development and usability design of the page for several months. One particular challenge of this project was to...
16tags.com is a web start-up project based in Munich, Germany, helping people connect with each other for activities and events. Digital Nonsense was given the lead for the front-end development and usability design of the page for several months. One particular challenge of this project was to reduce long text descriptions and replace them with an intelligent usability design that is easy to understand for users.
In search for new and talented employees, XSPACE launched its own recruiting site in 2011. We were contracted for the development of this cool and stylish mobile-ready microsite.
Digital Nonsense was booked by COSEVEN to take over the technical relaunch for the new website of Dr. Magdanz studentspartners GmbH.
On behalf of the public relations agency Emanate, Digital Nonsense and designer Dirk Habenschaden created a interactive christmas calendar for the official Facebook page of ECCO Shoes Germany. Counting down the last 24 days until christmas, all fans of the brand could participate in an online raffle. After registration on the raffle platform, fans could participate each day anew via a simple one-click-system.
For the fanpage of SENSEO Germany (a coffee machine and pod system) a landing page with fangate was created together with designer Dirk Habenschaden. New visitors to the Facebook page were invited to like the page and thereafter get more information to the running campaigns and connected products.
After what seemed like ages of waiting and postponing, Digital Nonsense can now finally present to you its very own website with its best business cases. Hooray! Feel free to rummage around. And don’t be afraid of any bugs that may keep lingering around despite extensive bug fixing – they won’t bite and love playing with visitors.
I’d like to say a big ‘Thank You!’ at this point to Christina Gamsjaeger for creating the text and wording for this site.
Another big ‘Thank You!’ also goes out to Dirk Habenschaden for creating multiple great designs and layouts for this site, without which this final version would never have been possible.
Last, but not least, I would love to thank all my office partners over at Werkraum25 for their invaluable creative input and of course all of my wonderful customers, who made this site possible in the first place.
After already building the CAT PRODUCTION website as part of the organisation a few years ago, Digital Nonsense relaunched the newest build in 2012. With the inbuilt and iPad-ready showroom a special feature had been added that makes the site ready for the next few years to come.
On behalf of XSPACE, Digital Nonsense developed an application of a racing game for the official Facebook fanpage of Autodesk Suites, a product of Autodesk Inc. To win the race, fans had to answer questions not only correctly but also as fast as possible. Only the best participants earned the privilege to “eternalise” themselves on the pages highscore board.
Lösch-Zwerg is a beer brand broduced by a small German brewery. For the existing web page an additional blog system was developed through which the client could share news updates on his website and, at the same time, on his social media channels.