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    teamone-usa - nice 3D from 2A

    http://www.teamone-usa.com/

    Beware, fullscreen and designed for broadband, but this is another very slick production with some great 3D and video work. Although there isn't a great deal, of content what's there is very well done.
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    The intro is really nice...!

    The rest of the site is not that spectacular imo.
    (That afterFX-effect(blur) is something you see a lot these days in sites)
    But that intro was really cool!
    (2A made a good decision using 3d-packages for their sites)

    Why has it to be fullscreen?

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    Looks good.
    I have a broadband connection and it took a long time to load.
    The popup should use a fixed size.
    + i have seen http://www.facingnewyork.com using the seem idea but excecuted 10 times better.

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    I wonder who did the intro. Site itself lacks on content.


    But there's tons of sites using a building as a navigation item.
    I remember these guys doing it as one of the first. Still a slick site if you ask me.
    http://www.monoedge.com/main/main_ie.htm
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    wow!

    that monoedge site is better than the main post.

    certainly a much more considered delivery, yeah i like that alot!
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    First off, Bokkie, that's the greatest signature.

    I agree that Monoedge is better. The intro is cool but I really like the content layout. My only question: Where's the content?!

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    Great intro, but it made me think they were an architect firm Oh well, I recognize a some of their commercials.

    Yea, no conent.
    It must be obvious day at camp stupid

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    Originally posted by sirhoff
    First off, Bokkie, that's the greatest signature.
    TY!

    And monoedge is way better....only it takes a half an hour to get to the content of each section!

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    Originally posted by sk8Krog
    Great intro, but it made me think they were an architect firm Oh well, I recognize a some of their commercials.

    Yea, no conent.
    Wow, I thought that too, was only till I read that post that I went back to look again.

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    Photo-zoom transitions? Is there a more played out trend?

    Content?

    THE INTRO WAS AMAZING. Makes up for the rest of the site.

    Great colors.

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    there is not that much content but I don't see that as a problem. The site only exists to showcase their work... the site is an advert and that it all it is.

    IMO they took the concept of "brand architect" too far when developing the site... but then again, they seem to know what they are doing when it comes to marketing... and the truth is id rather look at a site with a concept behind it than one full of meaningless animation intended to add impact and boatloads of content that I probably won't sort through.

    intro is too large though... load time is bad.

    those boost mobile commercials are really good.

    I wasn't really into the monoedge site... really good looking stuff but too much flash and files too large... sometimes when you try to make a site immersive you go beyond the bounds of adult human interest... a child could play there all day long, but and adult will get bored due to tedium, lag, and repitition. just my opinion.

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    is it the download or is it people hitting the site that the loading is so long?

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    Originally posted by NOWINNERS

    but then again, they seem to know what they are doing when it comes to marketing...
    Dunnow. Using the same style, interface, techy look for every single brand doesn't involve alot of marketing strategy IMO.

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    Nice 3D work! The intro is very nice. There isn't much to the site -- really only 2 or 3 effects -- but what's there is nice. I would have liked a more interesting layout and more variety. But it's still unarguably a "cool" site.
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    You ca achieve the same kind of blur with photoshop.

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    Yeah, it gets the point across and is interesting.

    Again, let's not get bogged down in the whole "where's the content" question for sites that really don't need 18 paragraphs of text when they can say the same thing with two images.

    And yes, it is better than the teamone site.

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    a great architecture firm site, and by looking at the 3D intro of the best i'll say.
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    Originally posted by Budget Nudist
    a great architecture firm site, and by looking at the 3D intro of the best i'll say.
    It's not an architecture firm. I was confused too.
    It must be obvious day at camp stupid

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    http://www.teamone-usa.com/

    This is pretty "simple" as websites go, but very well put together. As a coorperate/portfolio site I think it's perfect. It has a nice intro for once, and very good transitions. I like the overall look and feel. Oh, this site takes over your screen so stay away if that's against your religion . . . but it was worth it for me.

    http://www.teamone-usa.com/

    p.s. I'm sorry if this has already been posted.

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    It's a nice site, not much content-wise. But I wish people would not use full screen.
    Keep it rural.

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