Celebrating Webby recognition
We're excited and humbled to share that Max Wheels by NODO was recognized as the Honoree at the 27th annual Webby Awards for the best Shopping & Retail website.
Our project is sharing the stage with Google Store work by BASIC/DEPT in the Shopping & Retail Website category, which is a big achievement.
The Webby Award is the top award for Internet excellence in the world for more than 20 years, called the "Internet's highest honor" by the New York Times.
We are in good company, not only among the nominees but last year's Webby winners in the category of Professional Services & Self-Promotion.
Appreciating Lazarev. team
We owe this win to the tireless efforts of our designers and developers, who led the redesign and Webflow development of Max Wheels by NODO. But we also want to thank our community, who motivates us and appreciates the work we do. This nomination is a big win for us all, and it's a testament to the power of collaboration and dedication.
Credits go to:
Kyrylo Lazariev - Strategy
Kseniia Shyshkova - Product management
Andrii Hadai - Head of design
Valeriia Mashiro - Project management
Anastasiia Balakonenko - Design Lead
Oleksandra Holovatiuk - UX/UI design
Vasyl Uzunov - Motion design
Kyrylo Lopushynskyi - 3D design
Oleksii Skyba - Webflow development
Oleksandr Koshytskyi - Art Direction
Anna Demianenko - Interaction Design
What's special about this web design?
Let us give you a snapshot of Max Wheels by NODO. NODO Film Systems set out to change the daunting operating experience and created the first wireless digital camera controller with inertia wheels. The uniqueness of Max Wheels is in a brand-new type of technology: circuit-board motors.
To convey the unique value proposition and launch the sale, Boyd Hobbs contacted Lazarev. with a request to create a dynamic website to present the product vividly and show how the new technology works.
I wish other aspects of our company ran as efficiently as meetings with Lazarev did.
Our UI designers crafted a dark background with gradients and straight lines that keep in step with the latest trends in the field of cinematography. The big design solution was placing an animated 3D model of Max Wheels on the first screen to convey a feeling of something great and innovative. First, 3D models of circuit-board motors are assembled into a wheel on a horizontal scroll to show how the technology works. Then self-explanatory animated graphics demonstrate the interactions between a wheel and the camera.
Overall, Lazarev. design team addressed Boyd’s request – the website combines interactions, animated 3Ds, and graphics on a clean grid, which makes it accessible, trendy, and to the point.
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