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    Client: Sydney Tramway Museum Branding and web design: Felipe Moscon Photography: Felipe Moscon, Flyn Tracy and images from the book Tramways of … Read More
    Client: Sydney Tramway Museum Branding and web design: Felipe Moscon Photography: Felipe Moscon, Flyn Tracy and images from the book Tramways of Sydney by David Keenan. Web development: Gabriel Mazzini To help raise awareness of the Sydney Tramway Museum, convince people to visit it and consequently support the institution with donations and/or becoming volunteers, a new website and logo were designed from scratch. The Parallax Scrolling effect was the technique chosen to engage and make the user experience unique and fun, encouraging people to spread the word sharing the website using social media, blogs and other websites. The typography has been inspired by the lettering found on the signs that used to identify the destination of each one of the Sydney trams. Read Less
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From a time when 1,500 trams operated in Sydney along 290 km of route.
SYDNEY TRAMWAY MUSEUM

Client: Sydney Tramway Museum
Branding and web design: Felipe Moscon
Photography: Felipe Moscon, Flyn Tracy and images from the book "Tramways of Sydney" by David Keenan.
Web development: Gabriel Mazzini

To help raise awareness of the Sydney Tramway Museum, convince people to visit it and consequently support the institution with donations and/or becoming volunteers, a new website and logo were designed from scratch. The Parallax Scrolling effect was the technique chosen to engage and make the user experience unique and fun, encouraging people to spread the word sharing the website using social media, blogs and other websites. The typography has been inspired by the lettering found on the signs that used to identify the destination of each one of the Sydney trams.
Custom typography inspired by the lettering in the sign boxes.