It’s been a fun process working with them again, though admittedly a bit challenging given the extremely minimalistic design of the original 538 site. Look for a more visual update here soon.
Thanks to Sarah Rossi Photography for the beautiful photos below, from the June 8 dress rehearsal and the live evening broadcast for the Tony Awards.
This year, my team & I completed virtual sets for 15+ performances.
We’ve started the process of building the virtual (digital video) sets for this year’s Tonys. So far we’ve photographed After Midnight, Aladdin, Beautiful, Gentlemen’s Guide To Love & Murder, Hedwig & The Angry Inch, Les Miserables, and Violet… and now the process of digital manipulation starts.
Thanks to Sarah Rossi Photography for the great portfolio images!
Created with Bravo for a series that never quite made it to broadcast (this is the semi-final version of the video). We were commissioned to write, cast, direct, produce and post-produce the open for the show.
Also check out some of the alternate branding ideas we created for the show as well, in a previous post here.
BlueMap Design is an established NYC-based studio well known for their innovative redesign of Kodak’s line of cameras, their structural packaging expertise and attention to product detail. Their previous site was built in Flash using a method that was extremely difficult for them to update.
BlueMap approached us to create a new presence built upon lessons learned from their previous site. We addressed their needs with a complete overhaul that employed a slick, hybrid combination of Flash and HTML. They asked us to:
We’ve been super excited to be working with Habitat For Hope on their amazing events, all of which benefit the families of seriously ill children. Their upcoming LuvGLO 5k is the first in line, and here’s a quick preview of what’s to follow. More stuff, in the way of postcards, posters, billboard, etc., is on its way!
This is the third version we created for the RushCard site, the online home for Russell Simmons’ Rush Communications credit branch. The website is all about being smart and direct, and speaking to three main audience silos, in order to:
Previous versions of the RushCard site have utilized Flash navigation and spot Flash elements, but it was abandoned this time in favor of simplicity.
With each successive version of this site (we have designed them all), RushCard reacts dynamically to their customers’ needs and requests. Their customer base has increased exponentially since we started several years ago, and its reach is poised to extend globally.
This is a Flash-based site that’s as much about having fun and being a little goofy as it as about promoting the product. It’s got a retro look and feel, which is very much in keeping with the spirit of the show.
The Sesame Workshop recently released The Electric Company for the first time on DVD and needed an online presence to promote the product, which we produced in conjunction with Funny Garbage.
The timeline was short, but there was plenty of source material to work with. The goals were to:
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(** please note the bottom 4 buttons are disabled in this archived version)
This fantasy football application for Facebook allowed users to create their own team lineup, challenge their friends to beat their score, view live scores and review player stats. With minimal changes required, it was built to interface with RosterDoc’s existing online backend which had been used for other fantasy matchups in previous years.