We were excited to be invited for the fourth time to be a core part of the website team for the university of art and design, Hochschule für Gestaltung Offenbach (HfG Offenbach). In its fourth incarnation, the visual design and basic front-end concept of the website was created by a student team around Prof. Alexander Oppermann and they did a great job hitting the thin line between chaos and usability that best represents what the HfG is all about.
Design meets technical solutions
In a very agile process, we threw in all of our knowledge about how to bring a concept like this to life.
Together with the team, we tried to realize the project as close as possible to the students’ design proposal.
Advanced readability and graphical attraction
With some hard work, nearly all of the proposed features were made possible.
Creating a bespoke editing system
The HfG Offenbach is extremely open in encouraging professors to develop innovative formats. Over the years the our website has become the major tool to communicate the manifold projects and formats within the school. Some consider it even as an unofficial ranking platform for the faculty.
Editorial editing made easy for all members of the HfG.
Previous version of 2000
Already introduing a CMS
The former "fleeing" menu made room for the new flash menu which with its fehlfarben behavior is an homage to the print techniques also still taught there, and tries to give the website a typographical touch by letting the letters "hit" the screen from behind when idle.
Curious about our approach? Feel free to get in touch!Mathias Wollin Partner +49 69 24 000 326 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org +49 69 24 000 326
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