Maximarkt, the “Family Market” phased out the existing Flash based pageflip software and switched to flipgorilla to make all leaflets accessible for all – also mobile – devices. The integration took place within the CMS to allow users an easy selection of the regional variations of the leaflets. Maximarkt uses the “Branded Version”, to adapt the flipgorilla look & feel to the existing corporate design
Axonlab AG is a leading Swiss company in the field of laboratory technology. To enhance the user experience Axonlab offers many of their print brochures for online reading. In this project flipgorilla is implemented in its standard design & functionality within a specially designed site overlay.
The voestalpine Steel Division uses the Enterprise version of flipgorilla for the online publication of their brochures. The content of this brochure has been designed and animated in HTML5 and CSS3 by Reichl und Partner eMarketing using the flipgorilla technology. This publication which is accessible for all devices features animations, audio and video content und much more. This case study shows the potential of flipgorilla as a technology as well as many possibilities to bring online brochures alive using individual animations and multimedia content. The integration of multimedia enrichments such as YouTube Videos or image galleries will be included in [&hellip
EISENBERG PARIS – an international luxury cosmetics brand – is the first flipgorilla customer using flipgorilla with an individual skinning of the user interface. Individual skinning is a feature of the “Enterprise Version” and allows the graphical adaption of all design elements of the user interface to the corporate design of the publisher. In this case all links to flipgorilla have been deactivated, the link bar in the header and the progress bar in the footer have been omitted, the loading animation has been changed and the fullscreen and download buttons have been placed in the right bar.