Is to create something bright and out of the ordinary. Keeping in mind New Year, the site had to be really nice and festive looking.
The main idea is 80s and glitch trendy today’s movement. Only cosmic design could be suitable for mysterious digital party.
Beautiful logo united two main concepts of the project’s design: space and 80s style.
The conference page has glowing text and all the lines are animated.
Play and Runet ID buttons are made in a glitch style and DigitalOctober logo as well as social networks icons became cosmic. If you point at VK, Facebook or Twitter, the space behind the icons will move.
Bright and beautiful schedule page is adaptive. If you move to the buttons they start glowing making an impression of space control panel. Every direction has its color.
Staying at the conference everyone will look the program on their phones or tablets.
If you look at the digital New Year logo you can see a Christmas tree in the background. That gives you pleasant emotions and makes the right mood.
The New Year page is decorated in the same style with the whole conference. And a girl below the page is definitely makes it more festive.
Everything in the site design created with an attention to the smallest details and even this hardly necessary page as 404 is creatively made.
Our work with RedCollar starts at 2014, and from the beginning of 2015 the agency became our main design contractor. They did about 90% of all our design work. In 2015 they’ve implement 5 our large projects (redesign of Inforza website, branding and redesign of Ruward, design of Digital-Cluster RAEC site, design of MAC conference site + one still in process. Also, they worked with about 15 local projects/media/landings). In some of these projects they also did frontend part of the site.
I can recommend Red Collar as a reliable, competent and independent partner in design and web development area. During our cooperation, colleagues showed a high level of competence and autonomy in large projects, as well as a high level of efficiency and attention to detail for local tasks. In general, RedCollar did really great job, and they’re absolutely the company to work with.