In theory, we‘re a digital design and development agency; in practice, it’s a little more complicated than that. Partially due to the backgrounds and interests of our team, but also because the advertising/marketing/digital spaces are in a pretty complicated state right now.
Our website says “Through storytelling and technology, we helps brands engage the connected culture”. Usually, we throw a lot more at the problem than that– in the past year we’ve screenprinted, developed networked apps for handhelds, built stuff (actual stuff, with wood and drills), booked concerts, curated art shows, forced account people to roll up hundreds of posters for said art shows, and countless other bits and pieces to help create memorable (and twitterable) interactions.
A hands on experience built around a big, beautiful grid that’s easy for kids to grab and explore, with scrolling limited to one direction to enhance usability. Color coding identifies games, activities, and video content, and numerous interactive widgets trigger special events and buried treasures hidden throughout the site.