Fitness trainer and Hardbodies Bootcamp founder, Emil Paolucci came to intox Productions this summer looking to revamp his company website with a high-end, edgy design that complimented his boot-camp training regimen. We worked with a modern layout and bold colors to create a presence that screams Hardbodies. The website features photography acquired from training sessions as well as a host of the companies services, class schedules, testimonials, staff bios and more. Launching Fall 2013
In August intox Productions launched one its most complex ecommerce projects to date. “This build was unique in many ways and pushed the limits of our knowledge-base,” said intox founder and creative director, Chris Miale. “The design had to be unique and organic, not edgy and modern. We restructured the workflow and shopping experience adding many customized features, some requiring hand coding. My team also developed a responsive platform and custom mobile theme to ensure everything was streamlined and uniform. Finally was the integration of an app module allowing the mobile website to function like an app from any smartphone.” Other features include a cron manager that can automatically open and close the store, customized delivery by zip code range and product up-selling tools.” The design and build took approximately 5 months and is a tribute to talents of Chris and his team.
This summer Haylo 3D Imaging came to intox for website redevelopment. “We wanted something edgy and cool, not the usual style and colors you see on many baby oriented websites, we knew that intox Productions could pull this off,” said owner Haydee Longmore. The new website offers a host of Haylo’s services including an interactive photo gallery, news and events section that can be managed by the client, a mailing list and social sharing features. Haylo’s state-of-the-art facility is one of the few that allows you to see your baby in both 3D and 4D.
Last month intox Productions began producing an ecommerce website for BluSand, as part of a multi-level re-branding campaign. The development strategy required a responsive format allowing the website to work seamlessly across all platforms; desktop, tablet and mobile. “The design aesthetic is modern and muted, and we’re focusing on the organization of products and categories and the functionally of the shopping experience,” said intox founder and creative director, Chris Miale. Look for more Fall 2013.
intox Productions recently completed a website for They Cage Animals, a non-profit animal rescue foundation which helps find homes for abandoned pets in the New York area. The goal with this project was to create a clean, user friendly interface with sections for donations and volunteers. The foundation also offers a gift card, available on the website, for discounts at many locally business with a portion of the proceeds directed to the foundation.