Ashima Devices Superfield
Our concept website art for the Ashima Superfield
3D imaging technology shows a complex concept (3D topometrics) with simplicity.
Our design, advertising and marketing for Ashima Devices is a major force behind the company's success.
Ashima Devices Forcefield
Additional concept illustration of the Ashima Forcefield Ballistic Camera in flight, surveying a target area. The laser effect is invisible in real life, but added here
Ashima Devices Website
, users can easily survey and map areas in 3D that become fully immersive environments. Our illustrations work to portray the technology in actual use, conveying the essential benefits before the actual features and technology.
This aviation-industry news network wanted a site update that would bring them them out of the nineties, yet at the same time play nicely with their current vintage Cold Fusion platform. Our special skills in lightweight XHTML and CSS cut download times on this prototype to half of the current site.
Aero-News requested a design that highlighted their broadcast as well as written media. In transition to a broadcast-only format, Aero-News received a design that let users easily click back and forth between text and video versions of the same material.
In early 1997, we were happy to participate in the birth of the healthcare industry's first B2B exchange, Neoforma.com - later the sixth largest Nasdaq IPO of 2000. Our work with this early Web pioneer was an exciting mix of SEO, user experience and late nights.
In the current fashion of hard economic times, our financial and mortgage clients are finding it a tough race to keep ahead. One winner has been Modiloan, providing loan modification eligibility services to homeowners. Our site for Modiloan
is a high-converting powerhouse, with clear conversion paths and a useful qualification calculator.
Underdog Racing Development
This high-performance aftermarket manufacturer and technology company selected us for a redo of their existing OS Commerce system that would keep the tried and true OSC back end, yet provide a big-company look and feel.
It's a proud specialty of ours to make tiny companies look huge.
We created this simulation concept art with a diffuse-spectrum Gaussian blur. We couldn't pronounce it, but it looked good. We used the prototype's ice-detection thresholds to create a realistic map of how an ice accumulation appears under the gaze of an Ashima camera.