Crestron is a leader in control and automation technology, whose award-winning solutions are found in nearly every Fortune 100 company, hundreds of universities, hotels, healthcare facilities and government agencies.
Oculus was asked to design and build a website to showcase its elegant Chelsea Harbour showroom designed by top London interior designer Louise Bradley. The brief was to create a fully interactive and immersive website – a sales tool to appeal to architects, property developers, interior designers and affluent homeowners.
We created the website in Kentico CMS 7, a feature-rich and extremely user-friendly content management system. We organised and art-directed a photoshoot and as well as striking photography, the website features three installations as full-screen pages, with clickable hotspots linking to product information and a simple form that enables users to make an appointment to visit the showroom. The website also features links to Twitter, Facebook and Google+ to maximise exposure and increase the likelihood of social sharing and back-linking from other websites.
The stylish website is fully optimised for mobile devices and we’ll soon be adding more rooms and 360° videos. In the meantime, Crestron can easily update content, change layouts and add new functionality.