Established in 2012, starting with the 3D animation team "SIANIMA" which is working on the project "3D Animation Film Ibu Pertiwi". Because there were no Programmers in the team, Javawebster was formed. Therefore, besides Javawebster is a game and application developer, Javawebster also has a 3D Artist division.
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- Javanese wedding dress Yogyakarta. Photo by Hary Prabowo on Pixabay
- Labuan Bajo East Nusa Tenggara. Photo by Rina Agtiana on Pixabay
- Mount Bromo East Java, Photo by Nanda Firdaus on Unsplash
- Drawing Batik Indonesia. Photo by Mahmur Marganti on Pixabay
- Borobudur Temple Indonesia. Photo by Marjo Groenewegen on Pixabay
- Merah Putih Flag Indonesia, Photo by Nick Agus Arya on Unsplash
- Little boy playing tire. Photo by Joseph Samson on Pixabay
- Garuda Pancasila Carnival. Photo by Mufid Majnun on Unsplash
- Playing Gamelan Music. Photo by Maxime LEVREL from Pexels
- Balinese gamelan player. Photo by 5477687 from Pixabay
- Balinese woman wearing yellow dress. Photo by Farano Gunawan on Unsplash
- Malang City Transportation ADL. Photo by Aldrin Rachman Pradana on Unsplash
- Prambanan Temple Relief. Photo by Sifrianus Tokan on Unsplash
- Kuda Lumping, Javanese traditional dance. Photo by MasBet Christianto from Pexels
- Balinese Barong Dance. Photo by Agto Nugroho on Unsplash
- Keris and Black and white batik clothes. Photo by Herry Sutanto on Unsplash
- Elementary school children wear red and white uniforms. Image by Nico Boersen from Pixabay
- Java Sparrow. Image by Ray Miller from Pixabay.
- Borobudur Temple Statue. Image by Alan Pottinger from Pixabay
- Puppeteer of Shadow Puppets. Image by Grace Kolin from Wikimedia Commons
- Museum Sepuluh Nopember kota Surabaya. Image by Javawebster from Javawebster
- Tiger Portrait. Image by Edo Emmerig from Pixabay
- Shadow Puppets. Image by farisshidqi from Pixabay
- Little child washes hands. Image by Nghi Nguyen from Pixabay
- Sesajen offering to god. Image by jo vanel from Pixabay
- Woman Online Marketing, Photo by Gustavo Fring from Pexels
- Front-End Developer, Photo by Jonathan Borba from Pexels
- Junior Front-End, Photo by Blue Bird from Pexels
- Back-End Developer, Photo by Mikhail Nilov from Pexels
- Junior Back-End, Image by StartupStockPhotos from Pixabay
- Junior Graphic Design, Photo by Anna Shvets from Pexels
- Woman 3D Modeling, Photo by ThisIsEngineering from Pexels
- Junior 3D Modeling, Photo by Anna Shvets from Pexels
Javawebster is taken from the words "Java" and "Website Master" Webmaster.
Javawebster uses Keris (The Kris) as a logo that is displayed in silhouette.
Javawebster can be interpreted as a Webmaster from Java - Indonesia.
The website programming language has a code for each color. Each color that Javawebster chooses for its design theme is unique and special.
- The MAROON color code "#7A111A" and can be read as "JAWA" (english: JAVA).
- The RED color code "#DE111A" and can be read as "DEWA" (english: GOD).
- The BLUE color code "#111EB5" and can be read as "WEBS".
- The DARK color code "#2D3D4D" is 2D, 3D and 4D visuals.
- The LIGHT color code "#EAEAEA" and please read aloud!