Airside has redesigned music group Lemon Jelly’s website, www.lemonjelly.ky, which will go live on 24 January. As well as tour dates, videos and a merchandise shop, the website features screensavers and an arcade-style game called Attack of the Killer Ducks. The background music is randomly chosen from streaming audio samples on the server, providing a different soundtrack for each visit. A spokesman for Airside says the challenge was to combine a site that delivered both information and live visuals. ‘Lemon Jelly was always very keen to have a website that looked more like live visuals than a straightforward information-based site. The trick was to make it work as both,’ he says.
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