2019 is here and all things are new once again. To bring in the next year, the executive leadership of the Portland chapter of the AIGA has published their new mission for the coming year. The chapter has always been singularly focused on the development and support of the PDX design community, but this year's executive team (comprised of Salvador Orara, Monica Mo, Katie Lane, and Jennifer Pantages) have wholly re-fo[Read More]
WordPress has become a staple of the web design community. The content management framework at last count was responsible for powering 30% of the top 10 million sites—making it one of the most successful web design and development platforms in history. The newest version of the software, lovingly dubbed "Bebo", sports some hefty modifications to its previous incarnations. The new short spot for WordPress 5.0 explores the versatility and flexibility of th[Read More]
Some fairly solid work from Portland animator, Matthew Seely. His 2018 reel spans some solid animation work and styles. We were really liking the classic feel of the work he presented and the fact that Seely seems to be more of what we would think of as a classic animator—no mo-graph, just solid animation work. Don't get us wrong, we love motion graphics big time, but it is nice to see a reel that focuses on just one thing (anim[Read More]
Portland agenies, Psyop and W+K, recently teamed up to create this street-inspired short spot for Coca-Cola. Despite the playful nature of this piece, it was a serious undergoing (just look at the credit list) with a couple dozen creatives jumping into the fray to get this animated piece produced. The result is solid and has that unique, quirky feel that PDX seems to lend so much of the work out there these d[Read More]
Apple's new holiday spot, Share Your Gifts, was kind of a surprise when we came across it. The sweetly animated story is a definite departure from Apple's dyed in the wool panoramic, spinning metal computer cases model of commercial making. It was a pleasant surprise for sure, and while it did feature the main character using Apple devices, it was also extremely no pressure in its delivery. Now that our cockles are all warmed in the warm glow of Silicon Valley, go forth and make things.
Remembering things in this crazy, fast paced, digitally overbearing world can be a bear sometimes. Hello Sans Forgetica, a new typeface specifically designed to aid memory retention when reading. The full featured typeface was created as a joint project between academic and research teams from RMIT Uni[Read More]
Latitude here in Portland is looking for a Partnership Manager / Business Development Manager. Check out the complete Latitude job posting for more details. Latitude is an amazing company working on some stellar projects. This is a great opportunity to get in with a serious team of superstars while helping to contribute to the future of this agency.
Uber believes that movement ignites opportunity. What better way to provide opportunity to local Austin musicians (who also drive on the Uber platform) than to invite them to play their original music live on stage during one of the country’s largest music festivals.
Each day of the music festival (which was held in early October), music fans were invited to join the experience at Uber Radio Live, a fully interactive live music activation featuring a stage re-imagined as a larger-th[Read More]