After years of mumbling excuses about the cobbler’s children and how busy we’ve been, we’re thrilled to announce the launch of our new site. It’s taken almost a year from our initial design explorations, but we’re really happy with where we’ve ended up.
While its been a very collaborative effort, it’s also been refreshing to design without the usual cast of stakeholders. (In order to overcome the well-known nightmare that is a firm designing its own site, we almost completely eliminated creative reviews by anyone not directly involved in the project.)
We think the new site much better reflects our design sensibilities and the direction of the firm. It’s still a bit of a work-in-progress. (For one, we plan on adding social bookmarking features in the Journal when we have a moment.) But we’re interested to hear your feedback—let us know what you think in the comments section.
Design by Nick Myers and Dave Cronin, with help from Jayson McCaulliff, Doug LeMoine, Imon Deshmukh, Martina Maleike, and Daniel Kuo. Copy by Dave and Doug, with editorial assistance from Steve Calde and Suzy Thompson. Code by the amazing Elisha Cook and Andrew Hoag at blackdrumm, and photography by the very talented Emily Nathan.