Anode recently took home a gold ADDY® in the 2016 District 7 ADDY Award competition for our interface design of the Adrian College Interactive Kiosks. The American Advertising Awards (ADDYs) is the industry’s largest competition that recognizes superior creative talent within the advertising industry. The District 7 competition is the 2nd tier competition for Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Tennessee.
We produce interactive experiences for a broad range of budgets–from simple video jukeboxes with a handful of choices to museum galleries packed with touchscreen activities. Our clients always expect quality work with a high production value, but ultimately budget limitations are also always a factor in settling on the final solution.
During the course of conceptualizing and estimating a solution (in what we call the Discovery and Definition Phase), the following five areas will play an important role in calculating the final overall cost of your project. Understanding and planning for these issues will help you get the best interactive experience for your money–without compromising the end user experience.