Canadian company Bewegen Technologies is celebrating five years of bike sharing in over 20 cities across the world. It partners with digital agency Locomotive to showcase its new website. Photography and video are key to the experience with details of its electric-assisted bikes presented via interactive visuals, giving a deeper insight into its innovative products. TweenMax keeps the animations smooth throughout.
Case studies detail the success of its bike-sharing system with a five-step ‘Build Your Bike Share’ form, enabling businesses to create their own custom installation. It demonstrates how even complex forms can be simple to use.
Bewegen’s worldwide bike-share network locations are pinpointed on an interactive map, created using Mapbox. This open-source platform has been utilised to create a simple but effective visual display.
The solution has been considered in depth across resolutions, creating an experience that is without compromise. Even when viewed at a lower resolution, such as on a mobile device, all the features remain present and the user experience is as fluid as it is on desktop.
The code is as cleanly presented as the website, with a custom version of the BEM (Block, Element, Modifier) naming convention, supported by namespaces for components, objects and utilities.