Yosuke did this quickie temporary landing page for Bow Bridge Communications. Designed by the good folks at Flyleaf Creative.
A sampling of work by Medium Rare Interactive, Inc.
PEN wanted to do something unique for their Gala event at the Museum of Natural History. With a very active Twitter following, they wanted to explore the concept of a streaming Twitter feed following a hashtag, #pengala. Tom leveraged Remy Sharp’s twitterlib, HTML5 data attributes, CSS3 and jQuery animation and the Chrome browser to build(…)
This is the first full site we’ve done for award winning studio Hired Guns Creative. Hired Guns specializes in design and marketing for the wine and beer industry. Vigneti Zanatta is Vancouver Island’s oldest estate winery. Yosuke did this build for them in WordPress.
We worked with Flyleaf Creative on the rebuild of the Jim Casey Youth Opportunities Initiative website. It was built in Drupal 6 with a number of very quirky back end decisions that made updates challenging. In addition to redoing the front end design of the site, we migrated the whole thing to Drupal 7, drastically(…)
For most of 2012, Tom worked with the PEN American Center, Flyleaf Creative and Caga Idea to develop the new pen.org website. PEN hired Sri Lankan developers Caga Idea to do the project, and our friends at Flyleaf brought Tom in to help guide the team through an agile development process as a senior tech and(…)
Ben and Yosuke worked on the Stephan Retail site for NGS Associates. The site mimics an ecommerce experience, without the actual ecommerce. The client wanted to feature their products, but shift the focus to their retail partners for actual purchasing.
Yosuke built the Morris Flamingo site for our friends at NGS Associates. It features a single page scroll of content on the homepage linking to a wide range of products in the Stephan Company family of brands. Not feeling ready to get into a full ecommerce experience, the site features a quasi-shopping cart, allowing users(…)
Designed by our friends at NGS Associates, the Stephan Company website redesign was the first in a series of sites for the Stephan family of companies, including Morris Flamingo and the Stephan Retail site.