The official Mini site makes extensive use of the cross-platform
programming language known as Java; cross-platform, that is, unless
you’re using a Mac. After struggling to get the site to work on a
PowerMac, I decided grating my eyeballs would be more fun and grudgingly
switched to a PC and Internet Explorer. The site provides the stock
Website ingredients: product range, product history and a few ropey
games. What really sets it apart from the crowd is that it allows you to
design your own Mini from both ’real’ and ’fantasy’ elements. This is
quite a laugh, especially as each ludicrous car accessory is accompanied
by an appropriate sound clip and insight into your personality. By far
the best of the bunch.
Brief Create a site that reflects the Mini’s irreverence as part of an
Created by Alastair Duncan, Sam Cartmell, Mick Oxberry and Doug Miller
Produced by Good Technology
Edited by John Owen
Tel: 0171-413 4229 E-mail: CAMPAIGN@compuserve.com.