Site Design: iFly 50(ifly50.com)

over 5 years ago from Jonathan Levy, Product Developer @revealparis

  • Roel van HintumRoel van Hintum, over 5 years ago

    Nice, you beat me to posting it. ;) I'm one of the developers on KLM iFly 50. If anyone has any questions, feel free to ask.

    13 points
    • Jonathan LevyJonathan Levy, over 5 years ago

      Really nice job mate ! Awesome execution though i'm still confused by the hold/press bar to see more interaction i find it not pretty straightforward :( (really subjective ')

      1 point
    • Sven LoskillSven Loskill, over 5 years ago (edited over 5 years ago )

      Nicely executed GUI Layer on an Imgur-Post ;) Nothing wrong with that, btw. Fits the brand.

      Edited for less snarkiness (it’s a very nice design and a well executed website).

      4 points
    • payzant morrowpayzant morrow, over 5 years ago

      Name of the song that plays?

      0 points
    • Account deleted over 5 years ago

      Awesome work. I love seeing and playing with immersive sites like this!

      I have a couple questions for you:

      1. How long did it take to create this? Comps, design, dev... all in... seems like a pretty significant undertaking.

      2. How many of you were on this project? When you were working on it, was it dedicated thing, or did you split your time on other client work as well?

      Again... really nice work. I'm sure KLM is pumped with the result.

      0 points
      • Roel van HintumRoel van Hintum, over 5 years ago

        Thank you! It took about 3 and a half months to create. That is 2 full-time months of development with 2 to 3 guys (it depended on availability, so it changed from week to week).

        2 points
    • Manlo NgaiManlo Ngai, over 5 years ago

      Good stuff, really enjoy the site. The sign up form is also well-designed, all fit within that small space yet not clutter. Hi Roel, I wonder what are the code that you developed with? Javascript? I want to see I can do a similar site using Webflow, Adobe Edge or Muse?

      0 points
      • Roel van HintumRoel van Hintum, over 5 years ago

        We developed the js using Backbone/Marionette for view handling and application structure. For the animations we used TweenMax, which has nice event callbacks for animations and timelines of animations. I don't think you can build such a complex app on Webflow etc.

        0 points