Having collaborated for over 20 years, digital agency The Reference and energy supplier Luminus have joined forces once again. Implemented in several phases, Luminus’ digital strategy is set to become a future-proof success story. Since December 5, individuals, entrepreneurs and large companies have been able to visit a brand-new website with a modern, playful look & feel. Visitors not only get this new experience on the website, but also in the revamped customer zone, which is due to be even more thoroughly changed in the future.
We all like our apps to contain fluid, beautiful and fun animations. It seems a simple thing, but it’s one that can make the difference between an app that’s just OK and one that really stands out. Unfortunately, implementing good animations isn’t always that easy. The process of creation and integration is often a multidisciplinary endeavour. Fitting animation usage must be located, the animations themselves must be created and finally they also need to be implemented in your app. On top of that, if your application is multi-platform, things get even more complicated because iOS, Android and web all use different APIs for working with animations. All of this makes integrating solid animations in your app a difficult challenge. It can sometimes make for messy code, and getting an animation just right can feel like a real nightmare.
The first thing a content editor will see when he logs in to the Umbraco back end for the first time, is a friendly pop-up from the Content Management System (CMS). To get a great head start the 12 step tour throughout the back-end introduces you into the menu and the sections it contains, the tree that is used for content, but also in the media library and other sections. Further it highlights the search functionality and leads you to the help button, which is the end of the welcome tour but the start of two other tours named "Create Content" and "Data Structure". These are good to get an idea on how the system works, but of course The Reference will provide you with a training specific to the custom implementation done on your request.
The Reference is nothing without its customers. Melexis is the stock market-listed global player in the semi-conductor and sensors industry for whom we facilitated future company growth by updating the brand, building the completely new corporate website and giving shape to the use of online channels. Read more about this client.