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When we set out to build our new website, we wanted to clearly show how Edgeworks Creative is different from other web developers. We recognized our new site needed to do more than the ubiquitous conventional site would have us do. Sure, we needed to present a portfolio of some of our work, offer a look at the services we provide, and introduce our team—this is all standard fare. But we also wanted to break the mold of how it's done. With our new site, we think we managed that nicely and hope you'll agree.
Today we want to tell you about a part of our new site, our 360 degree immersive toyland named Hello World. (In a later post we will talk about the meaning behind the name and why it's emblazoned on one of our office walls).We encourage you to check it out if you haven't already - not only for fun, but for profit!
Inside Hello World you will find all sorts of information icons that, when clicked or tapped, open to tell a bit about who we are and what we do. We worked hard to made these as fun as possible and hope you'll find them not only informative, but entertaining as well. We also embedded twenty-one Easter Eggs inside Hello World - hidden little treasures that when clicked or tapped open fun surprises. There are no icons to tell you where they are hidden, but they are there and begging to be discovered. While you are hunting for them you'll want your sound on because many of them are audio surprises.
If you find an Easter Egg let us know at [email protected] Send us a screenshot or description of what you found and where. For every one you find you will be entered into a drawing for a $50 VISA gift card. The drawing will be held at noon (EST) on May 31st, 2019.