The Christopher Bates site was created in Flash, and sports an XML backend for easy updates. Background images are loaded at run time, and in random shades, which means the foreground interface colours need to change on the fly. The site grows and shrinks depending on the browser window, upon which everything repositions.
Vancouver based Interactive and Branding Design Firm.
XML powered, with a slick Flash front-end, and a 100% custom built PHP/MySQL CMS. There are so many features included in this site, it's hard to write just about a few of them. A very well rounded, simple, clean interface really brings this site together.
Built in flash, with a reduced content/design version in XHTML for users without the plugin. After working on the design with Tak for a few weeks, it was finally ready to transfer over to an interactive state. In just under 2 weeks, the site was built and ready for a launch. A week later, phase two was rolled out, which included a basic cms system for updating the site. The site is visually pleasing, it allows for resizing to any browser size without loosing its form or navigation. The site is based off of an underlying, but sometimes hidden grid system.