Bewe­gen

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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.

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