|Charts and schemes|
The wireframe is an essential part of every larger project. It saves a lot of time and energy and helps the client to orientate himself within the project. The wireframe serves as a model of the originating website with absence of its graphical appearance and determines the functionalities and layout of the website. A 3D visualization that shows the visitor the most in terms of images and contents was created as a central theme of the website.
We selected a simple, well-arranged system of items and scrolling of sub-items. On the left side you can always find a shortened version of particular topics from which you can learn the most important information; in the respective subsections you can then learn the expert information.
Whereas it was necessary to visualize a camp that does not exist any more for more than 2 thousand years, it was necessary to thoroughly assemble the mosaic from available resources. The archaeologists together with our graphic designers tackled this uneasy task. The result of their work can be seen on the website. First of all a simple model was created using several polygons for each object, later on we added details, textures, lights, and finally the Romans photographed in a studio.