The Victorian Department of Sustainability and Environment approached Swinburne University's Design Centre to create innovative learning materials about the use of ground water, pitched at year 7 to 9 students. Swinburne interpreted the materials by creating a series of online games and reference materials. Wolf was brought in to refine the game concepts and visuals, then handle all technical implementation and music composition.
Wolf created the games using Flash animation, deploying stock audio for sound effects, and collaborating with musician Nick Thayer to create a custom soundtrack. A worldwide online scoreboard was created, to encourage users to compete against one.another and help with the viral marketing of Wet Rocks.
George H. Lilley
George H. Lilley is a leading manufacturer and specialist supplier of Australian made academic dress, masonic and fraternal regalia, medals, badges, plaques, awards and other specialised regalia. See how Wolf brought their business up to date with an elegant Magento 2.0 solution.
The Ian Potter Foundation
Wolf created a website for the Ian Potter Foundation to attract the best quality grant applications from charitable organisations, and to increase stakeholder engagement.
KeepCup’s reusable coffee cups are beautiful, fully customizable, and designed to reduce the impact of disposable cups.
50° North is a specialist travel company with an emphasis on the Nordic and Arctic regions, Scandinavia, Greenland, Iceland, Russia, the Baltic States and Mongolia.
Over the past decade, Elk has gone from a start-up to one of Australia’s most recognisable boutique fashion brands with Wolf Interactive managing its digital setup and strategy since inception.