Web design is one of the categories of services with which we complete our set of multimedia solutions and engage visitors to additionally learn about useful information before, during, and after site visits. We do this by using a dynamic multimedia setup that encourages visitors to explore the website before the visit itself, thus getting a teaser of what awaits them at the site itself.
One of the possibilities of this approach to digital communication is, for example, testing knowledge through a quiz before or at the very beginning of arriving at the location, and after the end of the tour of the multimedia setup. Also, through this channel, we encourage constant communication even after the visit itself where the website can be recommended to people who may not have heard of the multimedia setup but would be interested in its content.
For the purpose of the "House of the Pannonian Sea" project, we created a website that shows visitors an interactive video of the underwater world, inviting them to explore more and book a visit for guided tours for families, groups, or individuals. Visitors can also participate in different workshops and take interactive quizzes to test their knowledge.
For the project done for Desinić municipality, the challenge was to create different multimedia solutions that would unite the character and work of Gjuro Prejac and his cultural heritage as realistically as possible. One of these solutions was to create a website that would provide basic information and invite people to visit Desinić and its revitalized birth house of the famous Croatian composer, actor, and director Gjuro Prejac
It is important to note that all the functional units we use within our interactive screens can also be delivered within the website. Some examples include a variety of games and interactive quizzes, shop windows, galleries, geolocators, commercials, coupons, and entertainment for the children.
Likewise, a website can serve as a stand-alone virtual setup that has no physical location at all. For example, it is possible to display the contents of a museum exhibition as a virtual walk using augmented reality (AR) technology and much more.