We were asked to create an application that drew data from a published Travel API, assembled the data in a user-friendly interface and allowed users to browse, filter, select, and book flights to and from Melbourne.
We create an interactive tool for the Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages that not only demonstrated the language audibly, but provided an anatomical aid to achieving some of the occasionally difficult pronunciations.
Because we work frequently with Government organisations and corporations on projects that aren't initially (or ever) intended for viewing by the general public, we can't show pictures or discuss the details here.
DriveSmart is a training programme that lets the learner put driving abilities to the test using interactive scenarios.
We used audio, video and interactive games to simulate and teach real-world scenarios so that learner drivers got to experience them without the danger of collision.
When XSIQ asked us to create over 250 interactive Flash & Actionscript lessons, we jumped at the chance. We used their instructional design and assets and assembled a huge array of immersive, interactive learning modules covering Mathematics, English and other topics.
Fuji Xerox launched an exciting new product into a commercial environment that was extremely competitive.
They asked us to create a multimedia presentation that they could customise for each potential client that showed the performance of the Docutech product matched against some possible competitors.
Over the years, we've done a considerable amount of work for Fuji Xerox. Because many of their products are complex, they need training materials and user information that keeps the support team doing what they do best.
Space Time Research has specialised for more than 25 years in developing software tools and solutions. It's a complex set of software tools, and STR asked us to put together a training programme to make it easier to understand.
Instead of just publishing their annual report as a printed document and having that document available online as an Adobe Acrobat PDF, the Australian Wheat Board decided to create an interactive version of the product.
We were lucky enough to be asked to create it. We made it in Flash and Actionscript.