A few samples of our work. . .


Melrose Diner

GOAL:  Create a design that incorporated new technology with the established brand of this legendary Philadelphia diner.   Of note is the timeline, which spans more than 70 years and three generations of this family-owned business.  The site includes all the diner's menus, daily specials, maps and directions and full E-commerce functionality.




Austin Powers Collector's Club

GOAL:  Develop a website to promote and merchandise the second Austin Powers feature film, "The Spy Who Shagged Me". Working closely with New Line Cinema and their licensee, and under the direct approval of Austin himself (Mike Myers), the site was built around the members-only collectors club which offered games, trivia and exclusive merchandise.  Yeah, baby!




New York City Dept. of Transportation

GOAL:  Create the department's first website, including weekly and emergency travel advisories, bridges information, taxi stand listings, downloadable permit and license forms, parking lot locations, bus and ferry schedules, maps, signs, street lights, signal and sidewalk information, and interactive reporting forms. 




John Hart Fine Wine

GOAL:  Develop an elegant, easy to use website for one of the country's top purveyors of fine wines.  In addition to information about the company itself, the site contains a backend database of the company's current wine inventory which is searchable by a range of criteria including category, vintage, name and price.  In addition, the site is updated weekly with internet-only special offers.





GOAL:  Create a site to promote Philips Electronics first prepaid cellular phone.  The site featured a full E-commerce system for ordering  the phones, phone accessories and on-going airtime purchases.   The site was built to dovetail with a print, radio and television marketing campaign featuring numerous segments on QVC and the Home Shopping  Network along with special on-air  promotions with spokesman, Dick CLark.




Dining Depot

 Goal:  Create, design and develop the image, brand, style and approach for this internet start-up.  A food and dining site containing thousands of restaurant listings and recipes, all searchable; weekly articles by  local/national radio and television celebrities; live celebrity chats; in-depth restaurant reviews and interviews; food, beer and wine reviews and commentary; public discussion boards and an E-commerce marketplace.  We developed a custom content management application which allowed contributors to enter, edit, proof and publish their own weekly columns.



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