|Industry||Design, digital marketing|
|Founder||Alexandra Jugovic, Florian Schmitt|
Hi-ReS! or Handsome information - Radical entertainment Systems! is a London-based design and digital marketing firm known for its elaborate commissioned websites.
Hi-ReS! was founded in 1999 by German designers Alexandra Jugovic and Florian Schmitt. Their first major effort, soulbath.com attracted worldwide attention as an experimental website that questioned the use of banner ads throughout the web. The company came to be known for its use of Flash technology to create immersive websites.
In January 2008, Hi-ReS! was acquired by Syzygy Group, a subsidiary of British advertising company WPP. The following June saw their first joint project with the international website for German liqueur brand Jägermeister.
Theatre and production
- Digital Archaeology – a showcase of groundbreaking websites from the early days of the web
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- "I Move U". Hi-ReS!. Retrieved 17 November 2013.
- Jones, Gareth. "Digital: Red Bull builds F1 news site". Marketing Magazine. Retrieved 17 November 2013.