We've done a few projects this year using a mobile-first approach to content strategy and interaction design. For responsive websites—where a single site adapts to mobile, tablet, and desktop clients—the result is a more focused and usable experience for all. This technique isn’t the only road leading to elegant websites, but you'll have an easier time getting there thanks to the natural guardrails it puts around the design process.
I’m proud to announce the handsome new Dolby.com site launched this week. Nurun provided strategy, design, and front-end engineering for this project in close partnership with the great folks at Dolby Labs. The site showcases Dolby’s updated brand identity, with its modern typeface and rich color motifs set against an inky, cinematic backdrop. My web team built the fully responsive site to “flex” in between smartphone, tablet, and desktop breakpoints, so it looks terrific on any device. I particularly like how we sugared the pages with subtle animations and transition effects, bringing a touch of movie magic to the new site.
Our first year with Angie in pictures.
After two years of strategy, design, and engineering, I’m proud to announce Sony’s new online presence, created in partnership with Nurun, has just launched! The gorgeous new site leapfrogs Sony ahead of their consumer electronics competitors in terms of design, interactivity, and cross-device compatibility.
Sony’s newly refined product line comes to life with retina imagery, elegant layouts, gorgeous type, and app-like interactions. Best of all, this beautifully presented content is fully responsive, “flexing” from wide-screen monitors to portrait smartphones, guaranteeing an awesome experience on every device.
Click 'Continue' for an overview of the project or just head over to sony.co.uk to check out the real thing.
I'm proud to brag that the Droneposal (they even call it that in the piece) is featured in this Month's Make magazine and website. In this Valentine's Day-themed issue, they're spotlighting creative maker projects used for amorous purposes.
It's a really cool write up, check it out here.
This is from the first shoot with my new, cheap-o seamless backdrop. In portraiture, nothing matters more than the subject's expression, and I scored a beauty here.