We’ve been partnering with the New York couture atelier Angelo Lambrou for the last four years to help them refine their brand and streamline their communications.
Our most recent work includes a new website that improves the presentation of their latest collections and conveys the rich history of the brand, now with more video content.
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Rinek, Inc. is a luxury home builder based in Palm Coast, Florida. Their website and overall brand were feeling dated and did not reflect their company today.
Our team’s assignment:
- redesign their logo
- develop a blue-based color palette
- rethink the site architecture to address each of their target markets
- rewrite all site copy to be more succinct
- leverage the photography for a more visual user experience
- establish Rinek as the first choice for luxury homes in Florida’s most desirable communities.
RESULTS: a fresh, modern brand image and an easy-to-navigate, visually-driven, SEO-optimized site with clear user paths for a better user experience that drives an increased response rate. View site: http://rinekinc.com
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Check out this old classic I just stumbled across.
Great digital marketing efforts rely on solid copywriting skills. Here are 10 copywriting tips that you can use right now to boost your conversion rates.
If you’ve ever fantasized about living in a real-life Lego home, your dream could finally come true.
Check out the design for the first homes, located in the pine valleys of Southern France.
And you thought building Ikea furniture was daunting.
This is one day’s observations from Himawari-8, a Japanese weather satellite, animated in a loop. It shows the western Pacific, Australia, and parts of Asia, Antarctica, and Alaska as they looked on one day in mid-2015. It covers 24 hours in 12 seconds – a time lapse factor of 7,200×.
To see this spectacular video in super-high resolution, go to: Glittering Blue
Learn more at: About Glittering Blue
The Gashlycrumb Tinies is a quaintly morbid alphabet book written by Edward Gorey in 1963. The book recounts the unsettling deaths of 26 children, each representing a letter of the alphabet, in rhyming dactylic couplets.
In this video projection mapping project, a miniature chef turns your plate into a projected grill. Bon appétit!
By Antoon Verbeeck and Filip Sterckx. Contact us if you would like to have this projection or a customized version of this project at your event: firstname.lastname@example.org
www.skullmapping.com / www.facebook.com/skullmapping
Source: Le Petit Chef – YouTube
Design is constantly evolving and in recent years has been very influenced by the imagery and style of yesteryear. This isn’t going away any time soon, in fact many design experts agree that while we are going to see the continuation of retro “designspiration” from the vintage ’50s, ’60s and ’70s to progress to the more colourful ’80s and ’90s.
After much discussion in our own marketing and design department, here are the current trends we’ve noted to watch.
Good graphic design doesn’t happen by mistake, and neither does clever font marriage. Use this guide to font pairing to create your own beautiful designs.
you are water
we’re all water in different containers
that’s why it’s so easy to meet
someday we’ll evaporate together
but even after the water’s gone
we’ll probably point out to the containers
and say, “that’s me there, that one.”
we’re container minders
– Yoko Ono, 1967
Dr. Masaru Emoto’s Water Experiment reminds me of Yoko Ono’s “We’re all Water,” except this adds a fascinating metaphysical element. If words, music, and environment can alter water in such profound ways, imagine how we are all affected, considering humans are 60% water.
Through the 1990’s, Dr. Masaru Emoto performed a series of experiments observing the physical effect of words, prayers, music and environment on the crystalline structure of water. Emoto hired photographers to take pictures of water after being exposed to the different variables and subsequently frozen so that they would form crystalline structures. The results were nothing short of remarkable.
Read more here: http://highexistence.com/water-experiment/
Dr. Emoto’s site: http://www.masaru-emoto.net/english/water-crystal.html
Below is a documentary on Dr. Emoto’s work: