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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

Nike French Football League

We get it. Soccer is a really big deal. But! What do you get when you round up a bunch of the world's hottest soccer players, Nike, and Mr. The Karl Lagerfeld? You get this beautiful asset microsite for the FFF launch designed by Hybrid that we were lucky enough to help put together. Oh, and: multilingual, too.w/ Hybrid 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 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


OVM is, in a word, mysterious. No one really knows exactly what the deal is. The person with the most details about the shadowy company, however, is one Mr. James Jean, and he asked us to collaborate with him on constructing a microsite to sell some fine limited-edition wares. Who were we to decline?w/ James Jean

Nike: Grand Slam Lookbooks

For this 2-year assignment, we built a framework that would support an unrestricted quantity of data while maintaining each event's unique identity.
w/ Hybrid Design

Super7 Star Wars

When Brian came to us with the idea for a microsite that would showcase his magnum opus—a 2-foot tall Jumbo Machinder-style OG Stormtrooper—we sort of chuckled at the joke we thought he was making. He was serious. Countless DVD rewinds of the Death Star scene later, we got it just right, and the site went on to help the thing sell out. It was one in a million.w/ Super7

Microsoft Genius Parents

Microsoft is a pretty huge company. We've worked with them—the company—on several momentous occassions and it always seems like we're working with someone different. Luckily, on this one, we got to team up with our old friends at Workbench and Wexley...made it fun, quick, and (relatively) easy to push this cute little Genius Parents microsite out into the wide world.w/ Wexley School for Girls

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

Nike Kobe Zoom

We suppose that, were we basketball enthusiasts—or maybe even basketball shoe enthusiasts—nothing would tickle us more than having two entire sites dedicated to the design and mechanics of the cutting edge Kobe Zoom line of shoes from Nike. w/ Hybrid Design


We're pretty sure that putting these two companies in the same tile is sort of like saying GI Joe/Cobra, but, oh well. We made a couple online 'brochures' for the type of superposh New York buildings that you only really see in TV. They came out pretty classy. w/ And Partners

Air Jordan 2011 Lookbook

The man. The myth. The Legend. The Air. We were lucky enough to work on this small interactive media kit for one of the Icons of modern pop culture. And it was fun. One of us had a baby haflway through. That was also fun.w/ Hybrid Design

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

Jamie Calderon

Jamie is one of those guys—one of those designer guys—that you THINK only exists on TV. And then you meet him—Jamie—and you realize he's the real deal. Living the dream. The smiling, surfing, arting, crafting, designing dream. We count ourselves the sort of epic lucky you only dream about (think lottery, not bingo) to have worked with him on his portfolio site...it came out super awesome.

Milking the Rhino

This site—a promotional microsite for a fantastic documentary film about Kenya—represents a rather unique situation for us: we hired out for the design. Typically, when working with a designer on a project, it is we who have been hired to come in for execution. For this one, it worked in reverse. And it worked quite well: Jessica at GW really knocked the look and feel right  out of the park.w/ Groundwave

Pake Bikes

Pake approached us with one primary concern: they wanted to look cooler. We worked closely with them to construct a visual language that was slightly younger and less 'parts catalog' than what they had previously, all while urging them to focus more attention toward what we thought would help them sell the most bikes: photos of bikes.


We worked on several key components to the Coalesse (a rebranding of several Steelcase subsidies) brand launch, refresh, and subsequent website rollout phases. Brain Teaser: think about the math involved with making a lava lamp look like a lava lamp. w/ Tolleson Design

Santa Clara County Water Dist.

The Hive approached us to help redesign the SCVW 'Save 20 Gallons' campaign website. In addition to helping with the buildout of the site pages and ad portfolio, we developed an 'Interactive House' microsite which stands to provide helpful tips about how to save water around the house.w/ The Hive Advertising