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SourceEnergy

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

Nike World Basketball Festival

We worked hand-in-hand with Hybrid to develop this Flash microsite and its mobile counterpart, as well as perform dozens of live-updates to it's constantly growing content over a roughly 3-month feature window.
w/ Hybrid Design

Skinner

Is your life about to change? Is this the first time you've heard of Skinner, the awesomely amazing, profoundly prolific, seriously Sacramentoan Skinner? If it is, get ready for a treat. Working with the artist to design and build a brand new site from the ground up was a hugely fun enterprise....the verve with which he populated the portfolio with tons of incredible artwork was the gleaming cherry on top. Very proud of this site...and of Skinner. World get ready.

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.

Juniper

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.

James Jean

James Jean is the real thing. He's made the jump. What started as very painterly illustrations has absolutely become a steadily shining star in the night sky of fine art. We are so proud to have been involved with this amazing artist during this transition. In 2005, we helped James redevelop his blog site, Process Recess, with his main portfolio staying separate. In 2009, however, we combined the two, to much aplomb and delight. James Jean. Remember that name.

Hines

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

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

Tripit

Our time with Tripit was spent standing at a whiteboard. And eating pizza. We—over the course of a few short hours—worked alongside the founders to create the initial workflow and user studies for The Itinerator...what was to become the core of their award-winning website. We then went on to flesh out a static prototype that served as a scripted clickthrough for their initial development phase. Wow.

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.

California Casualty Insurance

Certainly one of our largest projects to date. When Hybrid mentioned that they might need some help 'skinning' a project they were working on, we said sure. We'd do whatever! Of course, 'skinning' turned into deep development with an emerging system we were new to. We helped with front- and backend mechanics, as well as customer pages and sensitive data handling.w/ Hybrid Design

Trend Micro

When Philip Johnson Agency approached us in 2009 to work with them on a banner campaign for Trend Micro, we're not sure that we knew what we were getting into. What started with a quick-fill firedrill turned into The Summer of Banners. We produced over 50 banner assets over the course of about 12 weeks to much Yahoo and Hotmail users' delight.w/ Philip Johnson Agency