Posts Tagged ‘Web’

June 8th, 2010
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One of America’s leading literary journals, Black Clock. Uses a custom WordPress CMS and includes an online store.

August 10th, 2009
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IJCentral is part of a global outreach campaign that seeks to build a constituency for the Int’l Criminal Court.

May 5th, 2009
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Kim Høltermand has a lurvely new portfolio site. Remember The Trees?

April 6th, 2009
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Site for NYC’s hip Delicatessen, lots of animation-y goodness and Terry Richardson photos. Produced by Marque.

March 24th, 2009
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Can’t read the Spanish, but it sure is purdy:

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March 20th, 2009
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MoMA Site Redesign

March 11th, 2009
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Just add motorcycle helmets: iDaft. So fun.

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October 15th, 2008
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Flash-based portfolio site with live search, dynamic grid and html advantages such as SEO, RSS.

June 16th, 2008
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Site for Mitch Albom’s For One More Day. User-
generated stars fill a 3D galaxy built w/ Papervision.

September 8th, 2007
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for one more day, a site for the book of the same name, is finally live. i’ll admit to having never read any of the author’s (mitch albom) books, but apparently he sells a shit-ton of ’em. 25,000 copies of the paperback version of fomd just went into stores, each one of them pointing to the site.

the site itself allows users to generate and dedicate stars, which populate the 3d star-field interface. my first project for third eye (big up barry designer for the incredibly beautiful visual style), and my first papervision project (which let me take this opportunity to point out, is awesome.)

ps. dont worry, the title of this post is more a quotation from those cool kids at power graphixx than a reflection of my own sentiments about making websites. in reality, i think having to make up websites blows.