Projects. We pride ourselves on our client work because each project provides a sense of personal accomplishment - it makes a statement about the kind of company we are. We also understand that for most organizations, investing in a project team is a big leap of faith regardless of the budget. This is why our team is honored by the opportunity to help another company succeed.
Kuler is an application for people who love color created by Adobe. You can explore new color combos, rate your favorites and even import them directly into Adobe Creative Suite.
Intuit: G.O. Forward
Event concept, secure web portal, print materials and presentation templates for Intuit's annual employee conference.
Microsoft Zune Social Card
Your Zune Card is your musical identity in the Social. Customize it and post it on other social networking sites.
Twitter Flash Widget
Twitter widgets let you display Twitter updates on your website or social network page. They are compatible with any website and most social networks.
Providing the ability to always find directions with voice guided turn-by-turn GPS driving directions, real-time traffic alerts, automatic reroute, and full-color 3D moving maps.
TalkBackTV enables users to choose previously-recorded videos, record their own video comments, edit together for instant playback and viral distribution.
FrontRange SAAS App
Reinventing enterprise software to be more relevant in a software as a service market makes the job easier for service desk representatives.
A guerilla style documentary on what drives today's design industry icons in their quest for excellence, inspiration, and fulfillment.
A cloud-based social media center that allows users to upload, play, share, recommend, and discover media anywhere, anytime on a multitude of devices.
PRGX: Spendtrax App
An online application that improves an organization's financial performance through audit, analytics, data mining and advisory services.
Computer History Museum
We contributed to a 25,000 square foot multimedia museum experience for one of the most highly anticipated exhibits in Silicone Valley.
A series of digital illustrations that were used for an issue of Nature Magazine featuring the cover story on the future of quantum computing.