Design and build website for Seafarers restaurants Auckland.
Design + build website for Savor Group.
Online design + development. Hana website and Animated and interactive content, Flash and ePubs for Ministry of Education. Adobe is planning to stop supporting Flash content in 2020 (support in browsers is a contentious issue). Hopefully these links will be working for you... if not, this shows the scope of what we have done.
Tērā Ia Ngā Tai (2009)
Galaxy produced all Tērā Ia Ngā Tai’s online interactive components comprising talking books with rollover glossaries.
Ahurea ki Tua (2003)
Ahurea ki Tua is an adaptation of a mainstream school resource that was originally produced by UNESCO and the NZ Futures Trust. It was published as a print resource for teachers and students. Galaxy built the online component.
Kai Ora 3 (2014) digital books
Kai Ora is a collection of 12 digital books in PDF & iPad web app formats Visit this link on an iPad to see how they work.
Kā Puna Karikari a Rākaihautū (2007)
Galaxy designed and built Kā Puna Karikari a Rākaihautū’s online talking books, rollover glossaries and comprehension quizzes.
Te Ao Hurihuri (2001)
Te Ao Hurihuri is a multi-media collection of resources based on a lyrical recount of Māori cosmology. It includes a video, an audio CD of waiata and story, books, a textless large-format book, a web based resource and a CD-Rom.
Te Ao Hurihuri was entered into the TUANZ Awards for Innovation in Education in 2001, and was selected as a finalist.
Published 2001. The resource is available to schools in Aotearoa on request at Down the Back of the Chair. Phone 0800 660 662.
Te Ao Hurihuri’s interactive component comprises a talking book, winter and summer night sky charts, a lunar planting and fishing guide, song lyrics, and a music mixer..
Hina (2010) animated Flash interactive
Hina is a multi-media collection of resources comprising six books for students, posters, an online resource (get into the really cool animated story via "ngā kōrero" button, then there's a choice of 3 stories. "Whakaterea" will bring up the navigation). Galaxy produced all the animated Flash interactives and interface utilising the beautiful illustration work of Ellie May Logan.
He Puia, he Iwi (2004)
Published in three languages (Māori, Hawai’ian and English), both in print and online. Galaxy designed and built the interface and Flash application. He Puia, he Iwi was nominated, in the category of e-learning, to represent New Zealand at the World Summit Awards in Tunisia, November 2005 (UN Awards for excellence in digital content).