In the very near future, we are going to feature and highlight blog and social media posts that will speak specifically to the innovations that Pazzaria Productions has brought, and is bringing to humanity.
We feel that this is a much more commendable and hopefully praiseworthy approach to what we have on the table.
We, at Pazzaria Productions, definitely and absolutely pride ourselves on doing things that are not done anywhere else in the industry.
We feel that it is about time to take a serious look at the space of the internet, and see where we can add to the conversation.
While our current corporate website – Pazzaria Productions – is super cute, and all, and, in fact, DOES innovate where animation is concerned, unfortunately, it isn’t quite meeting the mark, in terms of SEO and navigation.
It has had an extremely successful run, with about 120 thousand visitors during its lifetime.
Because we like to also teach, here, at Pazzaria Productions, it should be said that the current site was both created at, and being hosted with Adobe Spark Page. This is a part of the Adobe Creative Cloud suite of software.
We are in the process of transitioning over to WordPress.
This will allow us much greater creative flexibility and freedom.
How, EXACTLY, are we innovating in the web space?
We are breaking from extreme convention, in order to move the category forward.
Instead of thinking about the internet as an interactive magazine, we are thinking about more along the lines of an interactive movie.
It will be more environmental. More experiential. It will even have it’s own soundtrack (which you will have the option of turning on or off).
Another exciting thing that we are adding, as an outgrowth of this project, will be the ability to then go ahead and sell that soundtrack.
It will have it’s own backstory. Yes. We will give it directly to you, so that you don’t have to guess, and spend a lifetime trying to figure out how to “jump our gate”, and doing strange deals in sketchy city alleys behind studio lots with the fat custodial guy, who happens to have half of his teeth missing.
Do I smell a rat?
The more traditional elements of websites will absolutely be integrated. We will have the requisite “What’s New” section on the home page, links off to our products, the “Contact Us”, the social media, etc…