Projects and Posts

  • Blog

    How can you fold laundry and expand your mind?

    Robert Crais

    I love Audible.  Have you tried it?  I started my love affair with them about five years ago when I was driving back and forth to Savannah, GA, every week for work.  That’s four hours one way (in light traffic) and, for those who haven’t driven the delights of I-16, there are very few radio stations.   If like me, you love words and stories, with Audible you can hear them.  And if you listen to a […]

    September 30, 2015
  • Campaigns

    Retail Store Design – AT&T Flagship


    AT&T is always thinking about retailing future, and the 10,000 sq ft flagship in Chicago brings those ideas to life. The store was designed to show customers new ways to use phones to enhance their lives, which also generated additional revenue for AT&T.

    August 1, 2015
  • Campaigns

    Moving Comfort Merchandising and Fixtures


    There is nothing more important to sales for apparel than the fixtures the clothes hang on, and the materials you provide your accounts to help sell through. Moving Comfort created a simple, visual fixture that categorized sports bras according to size and sport by using color and pictures. These fixtures were customized for large accounts such as Dick’s, The Sports Authority, and Academy, and for smaller accounts such as Fleet Feet. Sales materials include customized […]

    May 24, 2013
  • Interactive

    Skirt Sports Website


    The Skirt Sports website was built in Cold Fusion, so when it was time for a design update, the new look had to stay within the established templates.  Because apparel is sold visually, the new site used hero images and very little copy to direct users to buy.  Each visual and headline appealed to a different type of athlete, and provided the digital team with the ability to track data regarding which sport buyers were […]

    February 28, 2012
  • Campaigns

    Inspirational Environments


    In 2010 SCAD unveiled a new Design facility.  The idea was to inspire students and professors who were in the building every day by surrounding them with other students’ coolest work.  And, when visitors toured the building, they were impressed.

    September 19, 2011
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