Let’s Ride responsive site in PolymerClose
Let’s Ride is a national initiative designed by Cycling Australia to educate primary age children to ride bicycles with confidence and safety. To reflect the fun learning experience for kids, a bright, colourful, dynamic web presence has been launched.
Developed by Digital Tsunami, this responsive site was one of the first in the world designed in the Polymer 1.0. As a dynamic front-end design tool, Polymer 1.0 is the cutting edge technology replacing HTML5 and Flash.
Polymer has been utilised to create a bold, simple, dynamic site, which integrates comprehensive information and interactive forms for distributions centres, schools, instructors and parents to register and monitor participant’s progress.
Digital Tsunami has developed numerous websites across the whole spectrum of the education and training sector: pre-primary, primary, secondary, tertiary, technical training and further education.
|Sector/s:||education & training|
|Scope:||web design, web development, web hosting|
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