This release represents the next step in BiTE's evolution as a mobile development company. Responsive, dramatic and elegant, it encapsulates BiTE's mobile philosophy while engaging and delighting the user.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) July 22, 2014
BiTE interactive is pleased to announce the launch of its newly redesigned, completely responsive website. Six months in the making, the new design represents the maturation of BiTE's brand identity and service offerings, providing an informative and exciting user experience. The redesign incorporates current best practices in Responsive Design while highlighting BiTE's myriad service offerings, past and current projects and proprietary development tools. Additionally, visitors can watch informational videos and contact BiTE or connect across social media.
"This release represents the next step in BiTE's evolution as a mobile development company. Responsive, dramatic and elegant, it encapsulates BiTE's mobile philosophy while engaging and delighting the user," said Joe Farrell, EVP of Operations at BiTE interactive.
The redesigned homepage centers on BiTE's video, "Chaos Stops Here," a visually stunning branding piece designed to showcase BiTE's value propositions and serve as a backdrop for the entire site. The video has a post-industrial tone, highlighting the value of integrating knowledge and creativity with technology to create products that offer real value to customers. The video was concepted, shot, edited and shipped in just four days for under $60k. Exquisitely shot in 2000 fps reverse-slow-motion, BiTE used an Epic Red camera to film exploding 3D jigsaw puzzles, 10,000 index cards floating mid-air and capture BiTE’s core values as a mobile agency.
The new design lays the foundation for BiTE to continuously iterate and enhance its user experience and offerings. Check out what's new in the creative laboratory by visiting today at http://www.biteinteractive.com.
BiTE interactive is a team of experienced problem-solvers skilled in mobile. BiTE partners with Fortune 1000 brands who believe that an app is more than a handsome icon and revenue opportunity but is instead a revolutionary new way to meet the needs and challenges their customers face.