Ingreme has the pleasure to announce it's new site. Continuing it's long journey, Lumo (the robot character developed in the first version in 2003 / 2004) now meet's a strong adversary to keep the cicerone position at Ingreme's new site.
A site filled with humor and approximately 12.000 frames of interactive animation designed to give a completely different experience to whoever navigates it and, at the same time, fulfilling different company objectives.
The first one was to show Ingreme's spirit worldwide. A company that love what it does and try's always to evolve and innovate in it's specific area of expertise.
The second one was to express team creativity and keep motivation levels high by letting each team member actively participate in all the different processes. From scripting, concept, modeling, texturing and all the other specific tasks, Ingreme team had to optimize all it's working pipeline due to project complexity.
Ingreme decided to keep the simplicity of navigation from it's first website. This way, users can easily navigate and quickly find all the information from our company, but this time, watching a funny duel between Lumo and Neanderthal.
Since the site is fully cms (content management system) driven, Ingreme can keep site “alive”, changing all the contents without extra programming involved. Everything was think to the last detail and even probability's of a specific animation to occur are changeable via cms. For instance, characters can have completely different animations depending on season's we're in. Neander can be dressed as Santa Claus and so many other etc's that time to produce these animations is the only limit!
So, hope you all enjoy it - www.ingreme.com/v2/flash - website intro
http://ingreme.com/v2/flash/#/pt/nean/portfolio/categ-ID2/proj-ID2 - reel 2012
PS: Since we're having some questions about server velocity, i would ask if you (all visitors) can post your download timings in different sections. Here in Portugal we have download timings around 3 to 10 seconds per section. It seems that in other countries, the results are really different. Any help on this would be great! Thanks!