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TRIBITI

Website
/ 2021
UX & UI Design
Consulting & Strategy
Content Architecture
Webflow Development
Automations
2021
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Designing creative solution for business presentation

Tribiti is an upcoming startup that helps companies to boost their sales. Even though the company mainly communicates with clients through offline channels, they needed to establish some online presence. Tribiti has asked us to come up with a simple and modern solution for their business website.

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Our approach

The content of the website was one of the main challenges for us. The company wanted to focus the website solely on their contact information. Therefore, we have worked with very limited content and the contact details of the founders.

To solve this challenge, we decided to design a website that would function as the company's online business card.

To recreate the feel of the business card, we developed the website with a horizontal scroll. Tribiti's website begins with logo animation and page transition, revealing the logo and changing sentences that represent the company's philosophy of doing business.

As a way to present the contact information of the founders, we have developed an engaging 3D business cards experience.

Results

We developed a website that serves as a dynamic online business card to engage users through bold design and interactions.

"Jakub and Alžběta delivered not only a beautiful website but also a perfect service. They actively carried out the entire process of creating a website and we were able to focus on our business."

Lukáš Hes CEO and Co-Founder of Tribiti
Lukáš Hes
CEO & Co-Founder at Tribiti
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