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(…)
We’re well known for our work with other designers, consulting on interaction design and executing their visions. What’s less known is that we have a top notch design team in house. Almost all of the work on the site have benefited from our interaction design consulting, but these sites feature our own visual/graphic design work as well.
We built renowned photojournalist George Steinmetz‘s site using the same custom CMS that we had built for Ed Kashi as a base. George’s goals were slightly different though: they incorporated ecommerce and needed less in the way of a full blown archive. He also made a wise decision to have us build a screen size(…)
We originally built renowned photojournalist Ed Kashi‘s portfolio site sever years ago, back when the idea of building a website in Flash wasn’t looked at as a bad idea. We built a search engine crawler friendly HTML skeleton for the site, while replacing that content with Flash for human users, including browser history and deep(…)
We just helped Sarah (co-founder of the previous incarnation of Medium Rare) to launch her own site, showcasing her motion graphics work! Check out Future Perfect.
Some friends of Hermes’s decided to set up a distillery. They needed a website. You know we jumped on that. We did a temporary site for them while they got their full content together for a real site. Yosuke designed it, and Hermes built it.
A pair of sister sites, SHRugs.com and 1800getarug.com are the wholesale and retail sites of S&H Rugs, a high end oriental rug store and wholesaler in New Jersey. Hermes helped them first with a custom php build, then migrated 1800getarug.com to Drupal. We recently completed a redesign of the site, and are in the process(…)