Thank you Steve Jobs for your vision. Thanks for creating the tools by which I make a living. I’m not saying that I couldn’t be a graphic designer without Apple, but many of your creations are the tools of my trade. These tools are luxuries which have allowed me to efficiently execute my concepts, which gives me time to spend with my friends and family; to live life. These tools have knocked down countless barriers for all creatives in my industry. For that, I couldn’t be more appreciative. I’m not about to go back to setting lead type by hand… Rest in Peace knowing you truly changed the world.
Our design company website is finally up and running. This has been a long time coming and it only happened through countless hours of hard work from every member of our team. Check it out! Visit: ECDesignCo.com
We work hard too. We’ve been really busy working on restructuring the way our company speaks about itself. The most exciting thing about this process is that it really brings all of our talents together in a way like never before. Also, a lot of Portfolio Center model-making flashbacks have come about recently. More to come soon…
Last year I worked on the navigation design of an iPhone app called LaDiDa with the Khu.sh company. This video utilizes real wolf howls processed through the app. Pretty cool sounding, huh? Download the app here.
Wow! This commercial HAS to win awards this year! Very creative!
A few thoughts:
1) This commercial is airing during the World Cup, but Dodge isn’t an official Team USA sponsor, so there’s really no connection between the two. It’s relevance is because of it’s ability to drum-up feelings of patriotism at the right time. Great job at that.
2) This might be the first time that a car commercial actually makes me want to make that purchase.
3) I’m really bummed out that there’s not a microsite with downloadable wallpapers, videos, and interactive content.
We just wrapped the design and development of this website for our good friends Matt and Lauren Milling; owners of a vintage vessel that sails in Hilton Head called Schooner Welcome. Matt and Lauren wanted their new website to provide an engulfing example of what one might see if upon setting sail in their unique schooner. We reinvented their previous 4-page website into more than just a ticket selling portal. Of course, selling tickets is still a primary focus of their new website, but everyone is in agreement that Joe Martinez‘ photography does an amazing job selling the high-seas adventures awaiting you! Visit SchoonerWelcome.com
Pop the bubbly! We just wrapped up a web design + web development project that we’re very proud of. NY-based events & experience-marketing specialists, MeanRed Productions, enlisted us to give their website a complete overhaul. Check it out here and leave a comment with your thoughts.
Check out the newly re-launched PlywoodPeople.com website designed by Epidemik Coalition. They wanted a website that allowed them to tell their intriguing stories (via a user-updated blog) and more importantly, to sell the goods created by the people in the stories. We created a structure that allowed them to customize the site and determine where different types of information will go. Check out their site, and revisit it often, as the content changes and evolves rapidly! While you’re visiting, pick up some fair trade goods for the holidays!