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Notice the elements that would be impossible in HTML: curves, continuity, and rich, precise imagery.
Svija founder Andrew Swift's design website. Probably the most elaborate Svija website, it is animated with Svija Vibe — check out the subtle clouds, the buttons, and make sure to mouseover "Antoine de St. Exupery" on the home page.
The aim was to exploit large, high-quality images to show the full capability of Svija.
Antretoise is a French knife maker who needed a website that could serve as a catalog.
Using Svija gave them the possibility of creating unique home and product pages with high definition pictures.
We did all the photos and design for this project in 2019.
The previous Svija website.
The idea was to display large format images and show directly from the home page the capabilities of Svija using unique shapes and sophisticated background images.
One of the first Svija sites, manik.fr was a proof of concept to show that we could provide a high-quality online presence at an affordable budget.
Six years later, the site is still flourishing!
OCS is a web and communication agency. Their website is built to look like a catalog, with high-resolution images and smooth visual effects.
In 2018, OCS became the first agency to offer Svija websites directly to customers.
Another original Svija client, Atelier Staffeur has received high praise for their website for seven years now.
The majestic images and sweeping curves are only possible with Svija.
This Svija/Woocomerce website was built to demonstrate how it is possible to integrate ecommerce into the Svija ecosystem.
Once finished, the user experience will transition seamlessly between the main, Svija website and the Woocommerce payment processing website at secure.masturi.asia.
Le Beckett is a restaurant in Paris that requested a landing page to lead to a simple Wordpress shopping site and a menu maintained in Google Docs.
The page was built in a matter of minutes from a PDF flyer provided by the restaurant.
Colorpop was the result of a design exercise by freelancer Eman Akaaboune.
We love the rich colors and modern forms!
OCS Prime was a service offered by One Cut Studio providing single-serving hybrid Svija and e-commerce web pages for local shops that wanted to add delivery capabilities during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Freelancer Eman Akaaboune's porfolio site, emanadesign.fr was heavily inspired by ozake.com.
Svija enabled the use of richly-detailed background images and brilliant typography.
Ancoprint is a small print shop near Lyon, France.