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Resn Announces New Website Launch

Resn Announces New Website Launch

Wellington, New Zealand - Resn, the global creative digital agency, recently launched its newly redesigned website. The New Zealand-based agency has offices in Amsterdam and San Francisco and is known for its work with international clients. The new Resn site, which features a revolving black crystal and several interactive experiments, has received widespread attention for its innovative design and interactive features. The groundbreaking mobile experience brings desktop quality functionality to users' phones, pushing the boundaries of responsive design.

The website has trended on Twitter and already won several international awards. It took the inaugural FWA of the Day award, an Awwwards Site of the Day and a CSS Design Awards Website of the Day, among others. Managing director Rik Campbell said “The response has been overwhelming. We had no idea it would be this big.”

Explaining the reason behind the redesign, Mr. Campbell said “We’ve been leaders in the field of interactive development for a long time and this site reflects that. It also symbolises our vision for the future. We’re still a small company, but 2016 is going to be a big year for us. Stay tuned.”

The website went live on 6/6/16 and is located at http://resn.co.nz/.

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