Posts Tagged ‘Communication Arts’

MoMA: Digital Design Against the Grain

Monday, December 5th, 2011

MoMA in Communication Arts

MoMA is featured in this year’s Communication Arts Advertising Annual. The feature talks about MoMA’s unique approach to digital initiatives and their partnerships in working with select agencies including Hello. We’re honored to work with the MoMA and share an understanding with them on the importance of collaboration and storytelling.

MoMA in Communication Arts

“They understand the power of the story and the content,” says David Lai, of Hello Design. “And they care very much about the end product.”

Check it out, on newsstands now.


Hello Featured in Communication Arts

Wednesday, June 29th, 2011

Communication Arts Feature on Hello Design

Now on newsstands, this month’s issue of Communication Arts has an agency feature on Hello. The feature tells the story of Hello’s beginnings, which shaped the way we work today. It also includes full-page spreads of our work with clients like Herman Miller, TaylorMade Golf, simplehuman and The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA). It’s an honor to be featured in a magazine we’ve been reading for over 15 years and one of the most influential design publications out there.

Hello Design CommArts Feature

Hello Design CommArts Feature

Communication Arts Feature on Hello Design

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.

Warhol Webpick of the Day

Wednesday, January 27th, 2010

Communication Arts has chosen our Andy Warhol Foundation site as “Webpick of the Day.” The Foundation supports innovative, contemporary artists of today, and primarily focuses on the spirit of pushing art further by fostering challenging and experimental work. Grants are awarded to not-for-profit organizations that cultivate the freedom of artistic expression. The Foundation also works to uphold the Warhol legacy through the collection and preservation of his art. Our web site illustrates the Foundation’s mission and includes an interactive map that pinpoints organizations that have benefited from the Foundation’s grants programs across the nation and abroad.



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