Interested in hearing a little more about what we do? Here’s some of our recent work.
Few things are as popular yet mysterious as wine. Millions love it, but few have the words to describe what they experience, or to ask for what they like.
Last year we met a group of creative entrepreneurs through our partners at Global Mechanic, and learned of their mission to create a common language around wine that's accessible to consumers yet expressive enough for experts. They knew the heart of this conversation would be digital, and asked us to help bring the idea to life.
A few months ago, Darren And Julie of Capulet Communications introduced us to Dannielle and Julian, who live in the south of France. They needed a new website for their long-running business, a kind of business we'd never heard of before – a luxury hotel barge called The Athos. Spotting a chance to do something unique, we set out to capture the feeling of one of southern France's most special experiences.Read the Case Study
“I wish visual designers would just tell us on Twitter when they’re available.” That's the bit of a conversation that started the latest of our experiments. And it ended with Available, the most minimal job board you ever did see.Read the Case Study
With a new direction set in an updated brand and website, Global Mechanic Media was looking to introduce themselves to new prospects with something that would highlight their work and character.Read the Case Study
We don’t normally seek out work around company and portfolio websites, but when our friends at Global Mechanic Media asked if we’d help re-make theirs, we jumped at the chance.Read the Case Study
Rather than drag clients through questions about browser settings and capabilities, we made a clever tool to collect all that stuff in a single click. Verbose technical information from non-technical people. In under 5 seconds.Read the Case Study
A conversation about the various beards seen at our local cafe turned into Beardspotter, a mobile web app for reporting beards you see, and seeing reports from others around the world.Read the Case Study
Our colleague Larry Halff loved the efficiency but hated the clunkiness of cross-posting to Facebook and Twitter. With an idea for how to fix that, he asked us to make a free, open source web app that developers, bloggers and social media marketers could use to post in multiple places with ease while making sure they'll never be locked out of their own content.Read the Case Study
Urban Stream founder Nick Hermes has turned his research into next-generation agriculture systems into a startup business. His vision is to change the way we feed cities so that food is fresher, closer to home and sustainably grown.
What started as a website project became a mobile web app tailored to his business and growing systems, starting a flow of information that will power his business and reach out to his customers.
Menuito rescues diners from restaurant websites that don’t work on their phones, and gives restauranteurs a new online voice. With highly functional and beautiful mobile websites created without HTML skills or a complex CMS, Menuito lets restaurants benefit from the mobile revolution without spending on a whole website redo.
Menuito was our first big collaboration, and we continue to manage the product today. See it live at menuito.com.
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