Helen Lo and her sons, Jan and Derek, set out to create the perfect bags. Not too heavy. Not too frumpy. Not too techy or overly designed. Simply the right blend of functionality and style right down to last meticulous detail.
EDCO is a health information technology company wrapped–until recently–as a service provider. Their shift from service to product had outpaced the shift of their brand identity. They had a new story to tell.
Progressive needed a fun and interactive way to reach bikers during their marketing tour. We created virtual paint shops that let people create a custom motorcycle tank or helmet to print and share with friends.
In April of 2012, Ford reintroduced themselves to the world with a brand new global campaign. We built the website.
Futurity.org is the place to go to find scientific discoveries from top research universities around the world. Well, it is now.
Incase came up designing clean, sexy cases for MacBooks, iPhones, and iPads, so it only made sense that their site looked clean and sexy on these devices as well.
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The Climate Reality Project is dedicated to raising awareness and spurring action to fight the global climate crisis.
So, you want to check out Nissan’s Performance vehicles. What better way than to get a supercar out onto a track and race one?
Jon Stewart and the The Daily Show writers put together a comprehensive human compendium, and it needed a really nice companion website. For aliens.
“Most agencies just put lipstick on a pig. EP gets the pig a personal trainer, plastic surgery, a college education and helps it make friends.”