FL@33 | FLAT33.COM (v.3)
Our new website represents a milestone in FL@33's output. Designed by FL@33 and elegantly coded by our talented friends – the extraordinarily patient and effective team at Huck und Fresow.
___ Not only is this website version our most comprehensive online portfolio yet, it also combines projects with hundreds of links to extra information such as related FL@33 press, broadcasts, exhibitions, events, screenings, news, lectures and more.
___ Version 3 is responsive and can be enjoyed on your iPhone or Android phone as much as on your iPad and any browser size on your computer screens. It will also be much easier for us to update the site more frequently now, and it will overall be a much more enjoyable process for us, and hopefully you.
___ After years of hard work on our portfolio and over a year developing the new website and adding all its content, we are excited to finally be able to give you flat33.com's version 3.
Comments are very welcome. Please do get in touch. Happy browsing!
VERSION 3 IN MORE DETAIL – OR: WHERE DID ALL THE TIME GO?
The site's typography is much more reader-friendly and versatile now with its larger type size and web font choice – used in four styles (Open Sans Light, Semi Bold and their Italic styles).
___ Pictures are also much bigger than in our previous website and most are even Retina screen ready – meaning that if you have a Retina screen you actually see the crisp high resolution versions of the visuals in their full multicolour glory.
___ Several thousand pictures were prepared, updated and uploaded for your viewing pleasure and texts were updated, edited, written and re-written – often adding previously unpublished background information and interviews.
___ In total we now feature over 210 projects from over a decade of FL@33's wide spectrum of work with even more related press and exhibitions etc added to the mix.
___ Self-initiated projects and smaller experiments are featured next to commissions for small and large clients – past and current – all from many different sectors. Previously unpublished work, brandnew projects and FL@33 classics sit comfortably next to each other. Projects can now be browsed visually, by category, by sector or via the integrated search engine.
___ Internal and external links are once again colour-coded – with external links (currently underlined grey) always opening a new browser window – while internal links (currently underlined red) replace the 'parent' page.
Pictures shown here include grids and layout templates. The photo of the A2-sized spreadsheet shows the process of tagging and linking our 210+ projects with categories and sectors. We did so manually so we wouldn't have to sit in front of a computer screen one minute longer than necessary. The blue / grey colour variant was only used as a work in progress version.
Categories: FL@33 projects, Screen, Websites | Digital
Sectors: Culture | Arts