January 11, 2011
Dug has worked with Cognima for a number of years. Over this period, he has developed sets of app and website templates designed to shield the CMS user from design mistakes. He has also produced:
- A complete corporate identity programme
- Brand mark
- Brand guideline
- Print requirements (letterhead, cards)
- Website template system
- Promotionals (T-shirts, mugs, mousemats)
- Office signage and place-holding
- Bilingual Japanese/English design
As ever, Tim says it best:
The blog itself should become a projection of the bizarre mind of Isaac Mostovicz: karate expert, diamanteer, talmudic scholar, luxury marketer...
Isaac believes that embracing paradox can enable deep transformation. He's written about 100,000 words on the topic so far, which I'll be editing and extracting over the months to come--confusion will reign!
Any suggestions for links, topics and functionality tweaks on a postcard please. Big hat tip to Glasshouse associate Dug Falby.
Dug has just finished up materials for client Cognima's "3GSM 2005": tradeshow presence. This year, Dug developed a new stand design incorporating plasma screens into the stand walls and a new edition of Music to Replicate Data By, a series of music compilations launched in 2003.
The Lecture List was launched in May 2004. Over the twelve-month design and development phase, Dug was responsible for the entire user experience, from functionality specification through to application design, human interaction and control of the final coding of the site's interface.
The client asked for interactive ideas that would allow millions of people around the world to experience the 007 lifestyle.
Dug's response was Bondworld, where budding spies begin a mission by picking up a brief from a Hertz car office, receiving text messages from fellow agents on their Nokia phones and in FT.com emails, while taking on Goldfinger's empire by infiltrating his secret network. All in their lunchtime.
See if you're up to it at http://www.jamesbondnews.com
Dug spent two years developing assets and strategies for Glidrose Publications Limited, the owners of the James Bond intellectual property. One of Dug's favourite projects is the Ian Fleming Encyclopedia.
The site contains every word written by Ian Fleming, organised in a flexible, resilient and easy-to-use database. Designed for academics as well as amateurs, the search-and-comparison facilities will be cross-referenced with relevant course data provided by rss feed from university publishing resources.
While Dug produced mock-ups of search-and-compare web pages to add the film resources of Danjaq, LLC. and MGM to the site, the IP owners are still in legal consultation and this element of the project is temporarily on hold.
Dug designed the front end as part of the overhaul of the whole Glidrose / Fleming / Bond identity review and successfully manages to walk the tightrope strung between Ian Fleming's credibility as a serious writer and James Bond's global action-hero persona.
The site is still being populated by the Glidrose editorial team. A holding site is online at ianflemingcentre.com (not designed by Dug)
Designed standards-compliant version of the Guardian Unlimited website to satisfy accessibility/usability requirements of UK educational charity (The Lecture List).
Accessibility consulting for interesource.com on a brief from US legal giant Lawtel.
Dug designed skins for a number of the applications pages. As part of the brief, Dug also developed a methodology for the internal team to follow to protecting usability / accessibility during both the initial design and final implementation phases of the project.
The website introduction explains it best:
Oxford Strategic Marketing, in partnership with Hunter Miller, has commissioned independent research to explore the critical issues facing senior marketers in their first 100 Days. The report will be available in January 2004 to download, and the critical issues will continue to be debated below. To keep abreast of the debate, subscribe to our rss-feed.