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Every character of text on the SourceEnergy website is driven dynamically from a CMS built specifically to the site's rather unique structure. Oh, and it also comes in Arabic. Driven from the database. Served correctly as RTL text and pages in Arabic fashion through a clever system of templates of our own devising. This site is a sleeper.w/ Tolleson Design

The Cotton Candy Machine

When Tara McPherson, intrepid art darling, told us she was planning on opening a real-life art boutique—The Cotton Candy Machine—and o-by-the-way, would we build the website?, we tried to talk her out of using us. We wanted her to use more established software. She declined our attempted decline, and, well, we're grateful: We really like this site. Pretty fond of her, too.w/ Tara McPherson

Greenscreen Animals

Greenscreen Animals is awesome: they specialize in filming and distributing stock footage of exotic animals. Awesome. When Atwood brought us the project, the keyphrase was 'like Getty, but on a budget.' So that's what we made. We've since stayed close with GSA, making several post-launch adds and enhancements: calculators, footage previews, and an ehanced group search.w/ Atwood Design Studios

Imaginary Foundation

Imaginary Foundation is one of our oldest clients. Period. When we hooked up with The Director, we were still figuring a few things out. We ended up taking an online-only business that operated from a few static templates and creating a slim, trim, agile site that has processed over 50,000 retail orders to date. Countless backend tools, wholesale solutions, a custom blog, and an in-development enterprise-level overhaul later, and we're still happily pattern seeking.


The effort that was (and is) put into the Juniper website is nothing short of herculean. Team Juniper is hands-on at every step of the way, from detailing how they would like to manage their content, to fine-point pixelgrabbing: they're involved. KRD and RS worked as a tightly-knit unit to execute this fantastic platform for this fantastic message beaming out of these fantastic people.w/ Kevin Roberson Design

Mondo Archive

If you haven't heard of Mondo, that doesn't mean that you're unaware of their work. It's very possible that you've heard of their sister-entity: The Alamo Draft-house. Still, heard of 'em already or not, get ready to hear about Mondo. A lot. Constantly. We teamed up with the sage and well-named Justin to create a vast archive site to chronicle the comings and goings of their hugely prolific output. Even if you're not buying posters, you can go to the archive and behold the beauty.

Nike Global Comms

Over a 2-year stint, we partnered with Hybrid to build several clever workflows and apps for the Global Comms group at Nike: an online 'Coverage Builder' that's used to create presentation PDFs; an omnibus 'Story Calendar' that's used for resource planning, and a backoffice workflow that allows staffers to generate emailable dispatches using just about the least applicable tools imaginable.w/ Hybrid Design


Hines is a big deal. We were surprised when our friends at L recommended us to work on a project for Hines' Sacramento property listings...but not as surprised when, the following year, they recommended us AGAIN to build a site for the greater Northern California region. w/ L Studio

Nike US Open of Surfing

Did you know that they had a US Open of Surfing? It's a big deal!: Nike's got no less than three of their brands tied in with promoting the thing. We developed this slick little microsite to help get the word (and assets, of course) out to all the proper media outlets in time for the big event(s). We helped Nike run content, as well as make midnight posts for things like video footage and highlight reels.w/ Hybrid Design

Ventura County Behavioral Health

The star of the show at the Ventura County Behaviorial Health website is the sheer amount of voluminous and billowing data. RS worked with IDEA designers to come up with a simple way for Ventura staffers to update their vast database with papers, time-sensitive postings and other resources directed at other agencies in the region. We (and they) feel that success was had.w/ IDEA Engineering

Tolleson Design

We have worked—proudly—with Tolleson Design since early 2004. During that loooong time, we have worked closely with them to develop two entirely different versions of their website, with a third on the way. Each has brought a new twist to how we think about data, how we think about thinking about data, and, of course, set a new standard in how we approach 'presentation'.w/ Tolleson Design

Basic Training

We count ourselves pretty lucky that we don't live in the same town as the Basic Training crew. Were that the case, we'd be compelled to take payment for services rendered in the form of sweaty, gritty, dog-tired trade. Jenn and the gang are surely doing something right, and if we didn't feel so good about the site we made them, we'd be feeling lousy about all the running we're not doing.w/ Bob Dinetz Design

Nike Free

The fine folks at Nike were so impressed with the site that we developed with Hybrid for the World Basketball Festival that they hired us to perform a reskin of the system to house the data for their huge Nike FREE initiative. We worked closely with the client to implement everything just-so, as well as incorporate their content as it was released across several weeks.w/ Hybrid Design

Buff Monster

We suppose it's very possible that you've never heard of Buff Monster. BUT! We're willing to bet you may have seen his artwork. Around. Here and/or there. His signature characters sparkling in his signature pink and silver colorscheme have done thier job of wooing the art world and turning Buff into somewhat of an art celebrity. The only thing we like more than his art and his site is him...we've become pretty good friends over the years.

The Bird Machine

NOT a mechanical apparatus designed to produce winged beasts. Not an ornithology-themed hulk of unknowable repute. Not even a poster company that tends to make bird-themed posters. Sure, there are SOME birds, but we're pretty sure that happens organically. Jay and crew are some of the nicest and most talented designers/ printers around, and we could not be happier to be on their team of helpers. We'd mop the floor in his shop...all he has to do is ask.

Picturehouse NYC

Our basic rule of thumb is that when you know the content of a website is going to be totally aewsome—as is the case with Picturehouse, a NY-based photographer agency—you can sort of let the design of the site itself be a bit plainer...sink back into the background. Not the case with this one, as Groundwave really pushed us to make everything extra amazing. And it is.w/ Groundwave Design Corp.

The Today Show/Follow Matt Lauer

We're sure you can imagine the surreality of working on a microsite for not just The Today Show, but—specifically—a microsite that is designed to engage the user in following the host, Matt Lauer, on his travels around the world. Once the shock wore off, we dove in with the help of Neverstop and built a really slick little interface for looking at video clips. [Usage Note: Link is a backup; sans video content]w/ Neverstop & Four Color Creative

Brian Ewing

We've been working with one Mr. Brian Ewing since the long lonely summer of 2003. We count our relationship with him as a testament to one of our biggest strengths: that we are human. We bought a poster from him and decided to make a comment via Paypal about websites. And boom. We have a great client, a better friend, and close to a decade's experience shadowing a technical giant on his travels through the art-o-sphere. Outsiders as insiders. Thanks paypal.

Zenvironments/Zach Jonhsen

Zach is one of those prolific, varied, and—of course—supremely talented artists that make it hard for us to ever think we could come even remotely close to any sort of artistry. Ever. With dudes like him out there, quietly doing their thing, over and over; better and better, it just seems like there's no room left. The world's got enough good need for more bad. We teamed with him for his personal portfolio and his brand portal...we were awed the whole time.


Charts and graphs. Graphs and charts. We worked with Hybrid to help Genworth, a financial advisory service, illustrate—illustratively—it's investment portfolio strategy to it's advisors. It was a fun project, and it absolutely taught us a lot about creating dynamically-driven, live-data charts from internal and external feeds from within a web- and desktop-based flex application.w/ Hybrid Design

Cisco Annual Report

Longtime client Tolleson Design brought us in to do some motion design and Flash development to bring the chapter heads for the 2007 and 2008 Cisco Annual Reports.
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Cisco Corporate Responsibility

We're still pretty astonished at the sheer quantity (and richness) of data we were able to squeeze into a relatively compact Flash framework for Cisco's interactive map feature of their annual CSR. w/ Tolleson Design