20% of the songs on Spotify have never been played. Not even once. That's 4 million songs. So we made a little site called Forgotify to play them.
Target Style's six-week, social, and shoppable guide to a stylish spring, featuring interactive videos, shoppable lookbooks, and sweater pants.
The new fully responsive highly interactive Sony website.
The future holds a unique opportunity to redefine the quick service restaurant experience. We came up with an idea that gives customers a voice. Also voice and gesture control. It's a powerful way to pay with mobile NFC payment.
Make My Life Ultra is a Facebook status analyzer that compiles the previous year's worth of status updates, examines them, and produces a personalized resolution. Within four categories of data, users can see their most used words, balance level, and their most talked about subjects.
An all-inclusive iPad app that helps J.P. Morgan advisors better serve their clients.
The “You+10 Draft” is a digital, football-themed app that analyzes your recent Facebook interactions to create a list of 10 friends that you’d most likely take to the Super Bowl. The campaign worked to promote Visa’s contest to attend Super Bowl XLVI in Indianapolis.
Luxlane is a luxury-shopping site for men and women to get access to exclusive deals from some of the world’s most desired fashion brands. This project included naming, branding and an entire site design with targeted shopping experience.
A few years ago my cousin and I started developing an organic barbecue sauce. We've been celebrating the union of meat and flame for generations. It's in our blood. These days it's also in our restaurant and mason jars. This passion project includes branding, packaging and website design.
National television spots that highlight the benefits of Visa Prepaid.
Brisk Iced Tea asked us to generate a new website that was urban, spoke to a younger male audience and was scalable. Our solution was to create a wild posting experience centered on a city wall and design unique posters for each section of the site.
In the summer of 2007, we set out to make “The Way of the Brisk” starring MMA Champion Chuck Liddell. It was to be the most epic stop motion animated commercial in history. But the entire production collapsed when the puppeteer who created Tiny Chuck Liddell foolishly attached his powerful puppet fists before inserting his tiny puppet brain with disastrous results. This is the untold story of the story that was never told.