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    The making of the Tyazhmash Group website

    Overview   Process  

    Diving into the world of heavy machinery. Deciding to show the real scale of the projects.

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    Trying different approaches: creating blueprints, displaying equipment in section, using infographics.

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    We need fresh new ideas. Brainstorming.

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    Finding a suitable image and presenting it to the client.

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    Making a landing page.

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    Inspired by epic Hollywood sci-fi movies, the designer begins to assemble the website.

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    Art director: Doesn’t look like a movie poster yet.


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    Art director: ОК.

    Rendering the missing pages and showing to the client.

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    The client asks to cut down on the space theme. Turning our attention to the major projects instead. Making the first drafts.

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    Considering section navigation. Creating a large panorama.

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    Visualizing the missing equipment. Looking for the best composition and perspective, choosing materials, polishing the objects in a graphics editor.

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    Deciding on how the classified equipment should be displayed. Covering it with veils.

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    Making photographs of draped fabric.

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    Adding the guy who will show the scale of the projects and provide horizontal scrolling.

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    Assembling the robot out of the plant’s products.

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    Assembly process.

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    Simultaneously fine-tuning the navigation.

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    Rendering the pages of the most important projects.

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    Choosing the favicon. Taking the most noticeable one.

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    Catching bugs and correcting indents.

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