Website Design & Development
Web is an ever changing industry, which is why your website should be on par with or better than interantional standards to get the best return of investement ot of it. Show all
Lewfin America LLC
Our first website based in America! Lewfin contacted us to create a short term loan / personal loan website for one of their American branches. The website is quite a small one, with only 6 pages, but from a design perspective we did our best to accommodate the available content. At least now Lewfin will have a good starting point and the possibility to expand into many more pages.
Deepcatch Holdings Namibia
We design and developed the Deepcatch Namibia Holdings website and with it came a complex interlinking concept where the client will be maintaining all the news and contact details from one website. Deepcatch Namibia Holdings consists of numerous companies spread over 5 divisions which in return will become a nightmare to maintain all the news and contact details throughout all the websites, which is why we prepared the Deepcatch Namibia Holdings website to act as a hub for all the other websites. Traditionally the client would need to log into each and every CMS to change the contact details and maintaining their news, but with this interlinking they will only need to do this once. We are looking forward to the next project with Deepcatch Namibia Holdings.
Namibia National Olympic Committee
We feel honored that we have been the chosen website design and development company to revamp the Namibia National Olympic Committee website. I must say this was a fun one, since we used CSS trickery to give elements a skew edge instead of the usual horizontal straight lines. The original Olympic chains also gave us a few playful colors we applied all over the website.
Saager Aircool CC
This is a website for Saager Aircool CC, a HVAC system provider in Namibia. The website is a static website execution, meaning that we only developed the front-end without a content management system which allows the customer to maintain their website. The content management system will most likely be implemented at a later stage, but right now this is more than enough for the client.
We also implemented our first snow effect within the banner of the website. This is something quite unusual for a Namibian website, since it rarely snows in Namibia, but completely relevant to the air conditioning industry
Copper & Coal Distillery Namibia
If you are 18 and above and you love Namibian Crafted Gins and Vodkas then you should take a moment and have a gander at our latest website ... and its products, obviously!
This site comes with a fully functional shopping cart that allows you to set up an order with Copper & Coal Distillery Namibia, no matter if you are an Individual or a Supplier. The shopping cart will magically calculate the discounts on certain items if they are bought in bulk, well, its not really magic, its just developer mastery... But I digress - the website also has a membership based service called the Copper Craft Club where you receive beautifully packaged and branded gift baskets of Namibian products every 2 months. On top of that they also have services such as online application forms for Gift Vouchers, Loyalty Cards, Corporate Gifts ... etc.
If you are an esteemed website designer, then there are some design elements worth checking out - especially the vertical lines that connect the headers of the content with the end of the content (if that makes sense), also the randomly generated gallery images that tease the visitor with a fresh set of 10 images every time the page is reloaded or changed and last but not least the subtle watermark images behind most headings that are also randomly generated.
What can I say, I'm proud of my Asylum team in rehabilitating yet another website!
Virtual Tours have always been our strong point but lately clients have been enquiring about standard photography and video as well, which is why we expanded into these areas. Show all
Namibia National Olympic Committee Photography
Namibia National Olympic Committee board members and staff profile photography at the Hilton hotel.
Barkhan Dune Retreat 2022
And another successful visit to Barkhan Dune Retreat. This time we planned a quick sunset photo shoot at the Spreetshoogte pass. The sunset was spectacular with all the little clouds filling the sky and giving the photos an additional flare! After all the good rains this year the grass was standing at hip height and has that classic golden shimmer as the sun sets.
Medical Imaging requested us to take photos for every service category on their website. This was a super fun shoot, since the staff at Roman Catholic Hospital and Mediclinic are extremely friendly and photogenic. Lighting and space in the hospital is a real challenge, which is why some of the images look distorted and or the white balance is off.
Taking photos of the MRI machine was a nightmare considering if I get too close it will suck my camera into the magnetic field and damage the multi million dollar machine, or it will simply corrupt all my photos on the SD card. That was quite worrying to say the least.
We are also doing the website which is still in the works, but these photos will replace the stock photography they are currently using on their website.
Teltech - Thompson’s Electronics & Technology
Teltech required a few photos for their new website and I offered to assist them with a quick visit at Lady Pohamba Hospital for a few photos.
NamPower Virtual Tour
NamPower Anixas II Power Station Walvis Bay
The Coronavirus pandemic brough a lot of challenges for businesses as movement was restricted, travel was banned - thus companies could not operate businesses as usual anymore. Which is why we were contracted to create a virtual tour for NamPower which allows prospective bidders to walk around the NamPower site on which the future Anixas II power station is planned and interactively find out more about the site and Project requirements. This site is also home to the existing Anixas power station and the now decommissioned Paratus power stations.
This responsive 66 scene virtual tour walk through takes the user through all the most important areas, which are usually quite difficult to reach and or take time and planning to visit, from the comfort of their home or office. With about 30 hot-spots ranging from simple text, images, and photoshopped infographics that pop up when interacting with them, the virtual tour isn't just visually interactive, but also informative. On top of that we added custom graphics over certain areas which aided in the illustration of i.e. structures to be demolished, the passing of certain lines ... etc.
Due to the sensitivity of information we will not be able to demo or show much more than what you see here now.