The Culver Studios: Film Studio Website, 2012
The Culver Studios is an independent L.A. film lot that dates back to 1918. Their rich film history includes productions such as Citizen Kane, Gone With The Wind and modern features such as The Matrix and Kill Bill. 
The website was our first significant rollout of an extensive studio rebrand. Because the studio’s outward facing communications had long been under-resourced we had to re-assert to the industry (and the public) that the studio was not old and overlooked, that it had state of the art stages, facilities and staff. We needed to strike a balance between evoking the studios’ prestigious history while underlining its current relevance.
Communications Strategist: Larianna Evania
Art Director: Isaiah King
Designer: Rina Miele
Website Developer: Sean Mitchell
Drager Medical
Top: Caleo Interactive Sales Tool for Tablet, 2011
Bottom: NICU Workplace Design Interactive Sales Tool for Tablet, 2012
Drager develops technology and products for Neonatal Intensive Care Units (NICUs) around the world. Newborn infants and NICU caregivers are the focus of their work in this field.
The company’s sales force needed detailed materials more robust than traditional printed collateral to present their products. We designed and developed two interactive sales tools for use on iPads and laptops. The depth of the tool gave users access to large amounts of specific product information when, where and if needed. 
Art Director/Designer: Isaiah King
Designer: Vlad Ivashin (Caleo)
Developer: Mike Wooster
CLARO, The Feerick Center & LawHelp.org: Legal Assistance Videos Microsite, 2014
In 2013 almost 100,000 consumer debt lawsuits cases were filed in NYC. The majority of the consumers who are sued are minorities or senior citizens. Most are poor and cannot afford to hire a lawyer. This means that they almost invariably enter the legal system woefully uninformed.
In partnership with New Media Advocacy Project we created a series of modular animations as an educational tool. The user fills out a questionnaire after which a suite of videos is pulled together customized to their situation. They also have the option of watching all 11 videos, which takes them through the entire consumer debt lawsuit process, from receiving a summons to going to court.
Art Director/Designer: Isaiah King
Website Development: New Media Advocacy Project
Fabien Cousteau: Explorer’s Website, 2013
Fabien Cousteau is an aquanaut, oceanographic explorer, conservationist and documentary filmmaker. He is also grandson of famed ocean explorer Jacques Cousteau. 
For Fabien the most important goal of the site was to tell the story of what it’s like to be in his shoes day-to-day. The site gives a window into his adventures, his conservation and protection projects, his collaborations and more.
Art Director/Design: Isaiah King
Designer: John Howrey
Website Developer: Jeremy Morgan
Tay River Builders: Contractor’s Website, 2013
Tay River Builders do a combination of high-end residential construction and energy efficiency testing and improvements. They are also devoted researchers into the best practices of their industry. 
Presenting beautiful images of their work was the easy part. The challenge of the site was to show the rigor with which they are engaged in evolutions in their field. The site had to be as dynamic as their research. Each page is a combination of static content and ever-changing current content fed from their blog and social media platforms. The evolving conversations are always present on the website.
Art Director/Design: Isaiah King
Designer: John Howrey
Website Developer: Jeremy Morgan
David Pexton Photography: Artist’s Website, 2010
David Pexton is a British-born photographer living and working in NYC. Creating his site was an exercise in simplicity. All the design decisions were informed by letting David’s images take center stage to do all the talking.
Art Director/Designer: Isaiah King
Website Developer: Nicholas Abadjian
Coulon: Band Website, 2009
“A salon: a gathering of stimulating people of quality under the roof of an inspiring hostess or host, partly to amuse one another and partly to refine their taste and increase their knowledge through conversation and readings.” The band Coulon was greatly inspired by the salon ethos. Their website drew inspiration from a romantic interpretation of Parisian salons of the past meeting an NYC band in present day. 
Art Director/Designer/ Website Developer: Isaiah King
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