Archive for the ‘Web sites’ Category

UCLA Architecture and Urban Design Site Now in Session

Thursday, October 13th, 2011


Announcing the new site for UCLA Architecture and Urban Design. Hello joined forces with the world-renowned faculty including Chair and acclaimed architect Hitoshi Abe, who asked Hello to communicate the school’s program and mission through a new digital destination.


UCLA A.UD is a unique institution dedicated to training exceptional scholars with international programs around the world. The school believes in using the power of research to redefine the architecture and design industry. The faculty, comprised of active members of the global architecture community such as Neil Denari, Greg Lynn and Thom Mayne, is given the spotlight on the site.


We built the site in HTML5 so both students and faculty are able to access it across all platforms to learn about the different course programs and classes offered. To make the site a daily destination, news, events and student work are featured prominently on the homepage.

UCLA Architecture and Urban Design

Herman Miller POV Webpick of the Day

Wednesday, June 29th, 2011

Herman Miller POV Webpick of the Day

Today Herman Miller POV was selected as Webpick of the Day. POV celebrates the work of five California architects with an interview on each including Leo Marmol and Ron Radziner (Marmol Radziner), Kim Coleman (Cigolle X Coleman), James Meyer (LeanArch), Jim Jennings (Jennings Architecture), and John Friedman (JFAK Architects). Each architect shares design challenges they faced that helped them create the homes featured in POV. Explore their unique points of view on modern architecture at Herman Miller POV.

30 days of simple Wins FWA

Monday, June 6th, 2011


We’re pleased to announce that 30 days of simple, a video-driven site we created for simplehuman, has won the FWA Site of the Day award. 30 days of simple was a month-long campaign that gave people a chance to discover and win a different simplehuman tool each day. You can visit the site here and watch each video to learn how simplehuman’s products make everyday life easier at home.

TaylorMade Golf Webpick of the Day

Wednesday, May 25th, 2011


Hello’s TaylorMade Golf site has earned Webpick of the Day from Communication Arts. reveals why the brand is the #1 driver on tour by showcasing TaylorMade’s high-quality products and star tour players. Explore product specs, browse through the wide range of custom fitting options and learn about the technology behind TaylorMade’s latest clubs. The site was built in HTML5 and is compatible on iPhone and iPad devices. Catch up with the latest products here – we suggest you start with the new R11 and Burner Superfast 2.0 Metalwoods.

Modernist Architecture with Herman Miller

Tuesday, May 17th, 2011


Today we are launching POV (Points of View) for Herman Miller, a series we directed celebrating five California architects’ perspective on design. POV provides special access to each architects’ point of view on topics like materials, prefab and indoor/outdoor spaces.

Herman Miller POV

We interviewed architects such as Marmol Radziner, pioneers in prefab architecture and Jim Jennings who designed the well-known Desert One house, a Palm Springs retreat. Users can visit POV to watch the interviews and explore a photo gallery of each home.


Herman Miller POV

We partnered with photographer Juergen Nogai (Julius Shulman’s former business partner) to capture Herman Miller products in these homes in a section called Inspired Spaces. Fans can also sign up for a chance to win Modernism Rediscovered, a collection of forgotten architectural masterpieces, from Julius Shulman’s personal archives. Watch the videos and enter to win here.


Dive Into Sony’s Project Shiphunt

Monday, April 25th, 2011

Sony Shiphunt

In collaboration with Sony and 180 LA, we launched the website for Project Shiphunt, an ultimate product demo for Sony VAIO which is featured on YouTube’s homepage today.

Sony Shiphunt

The campaign kicked off with Oceans of Treasure, a game-based sweepstakes that lets players dive underwater using Google Ocean’s API and discover buried treasure using Sony VAIO laptops. During the game players learn about the technology and capabilities of the new VAIO laptops, which let you do amazing things like discover sunken ships or launch a rocket into space. Stay tuned for more updates from Project Shiphunt!

Sony Shiphunt

New TaylorMade Golf Site in Full Swing

Thursday, April 21st, 2011

TaylorMade Golf site

Today we launched the new TaylorMade Golf site, home to the #1 driver on tour. The new site reflects TaylorMade’s leadership in crafting a wide range of products with leading technology and features, including the new R11 and Burner Superfast 2.0 Metalwoods, which lead the way in their new white product lineup. The science behind TaylorMade’s new white products results in various benefits, from eliminating hot spots to providing better contrast and alignment. Made for golfers by golfers, TaylorMade’s products are given the spotlight and become tangible through video, detailed specs and tour pro testimonials, giving users an intuitive understanding of the product lineup. We wanted players to be able to navigate through the site easily and simplify the online experience by putting the most sought after information front and center in a clean and simple design.

TaylorMade Golf site

TaylorMade’s new site has five core features:

• Site Architecture: The latest and greatest products and news are featured prominently on the homepage, leading users to the latest content quickly.

• Products and TaylorMade Tour Pros: Each product and Tour player comes alive on the site with video, detailed specs and testimonials. “What’s in the bag” lets users dive into the specs and details on equipment their favorite tour players are using.

• #1 on Tour: A dedicated feature providing facts and figures behind TaylorMade products, giving context behind their position as the #1 driver in golf and a leader in the golf industry.

• Custom Fitting and Tech: The new site details the technology benefits behind the products and explains the importance of custom fitting for clubs. TaylorMade offers a wide range of fitting options from demo days to performance labs where MATT (Motion Analysis Technology by TaylorMade) is used for a 3D clubfitting experience. Die-hard golfers can also visit the Kingdom for the ultimate clubfitting experience.

• Technology: The site is built in HTML5 with the capability to display Flash modules and can dynamically switch content onto an iPhone or iPad.

TaylorMade Golf site

TaylorMade Golf site

30 days of simple Webpick of the Day

Monday, April 18th, 2011


We’re pleased to see simplehuman’s 30 days of simple featured as today’s CommArts Webpick of the Day. With 30 days of simple, we wanted to educate consumers on the core features of simplehuman’s wide range of products, which the brand refers to as “tools for efficient living.” Each video highlights a simplehuman product and how it is designed to make life easier at home – like a sensor can that opens based on your movement or the new pet food can that keeps kibbles fresh and your pets out. There’s still time to win a product from 30 days of simple, enter to win here.

30 days of simple

Tuesday, March 22nd, 2011

Today we are launching 30 days of simple from simplehuman, an interactive site for people to experience simplehuman’s wide range of tools for efficient living. We shot 30 product videos for the site with each video highlighting a core feature, providing a way for people to visually learn about the products. If people like what they see, they can choose any product to enter and win.

30 days of simple

30 days of simple

30 days of simple

Starting April 1st, a winner is chosen every day. From their newly designed Sensor Can to the automatic Soap Sensor Pump, there are tools to be won to make anyone’s life more efficient at home.

Learn about the products and enter to win – it’s that simple.

Tillamook Webpick of the Day

Tuesday, March 1st, 2011

CommArts webpick of the day - Tillamook

Today was selected as the Webpick of the Day in Communication Arts. As Tillamook’s digital agency of record, we designed the site in reflection of Tillamook’s new branding. The site has a wide range of exclusive content and ways to interact with the brand, from making recipes from the Grilled Cheese Truck, the Bunk Bar, and the American Grilled Cheese restaurant to scoring Tillamook cheese by testing your knowledge in the Cheese IQ quiz. The site’s new blog “Loaf Life” shares behind the scenes sneak peeks into events like the Loaf Love Tour and also keeps fans updated on important cheese and dairy news – such as today is National Peanut Butter Lovers Day.



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