Red Spider approaches design as an integral element of any web application or website. Early in the project our designers provide concept mock-ups of critical graphic elements. These are then used as a thematic basis for the site.
The remaining elements evolve with the site or application in order to ensure that they enhance and support the functionality of the site.
Clever software cannot catch a user's eye, or make them feel comfortable. Red Spider recognises that good aesthetics is critical to the success of any project today.
Red Spider works with a number of designers to ensure quick, effective and well-integrated design for our clients.
Our designers complement the site or application, helping put the user in the right frame of mind, attracting and guiding the user's eye to the right information, and ensuring the user smoothly interacts with the site without being distracted.
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Giles Freeman is a multimedia designer. He has experience in graphic design, multimedia production and architecture. He has worked in Canberra, Melbourne and Hobart and has experience in Australian aid projects in Asia and the Pacific. He is currently part-time completing his Bachelor of Architecture at VUW.
More of his work can be found at http://gilesfreeman.com/
Julie is an illustrator and graphic artist with experience ranging from web graphics through to fine art. Her artwork has been seen around the world and is a major component of the soon-to-be-released Final Testament d20 RPG. She has also recently completed a full background set for a live production of J.R.R. Tolkien's The Hobbit.
More of her work can be seen at http://www.jdillon.net/.