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Yahoo GSC 2012

Event Producers David Steinberg and Laurie DeJong approached artists at ERA404 to translate the creative concepting for Yahoo’s 2012 Global Sales Convention set design into a video animatic. These renderings were used to communicate the versatility of a set design that featured video and lighting panels at various levels deep, producing a multitude of impactful “looks”, all fully choreographed to a full production of presentations and theatrical cues.

 

Environmental Design
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Yahoo! Conceptual 3D

3D Artists worked with event designers at LDJ to build a conceptual animatic of how the Global Sales Convention, using the theme PLAY TO WIN. The concept involved a scale replica football stadium, complete with jumbotron for sales presentation materials, IMAG display of presenters, and logos projected onto fog curtains within the exhibition hall.

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Clients and Partners

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Pantone Inc.
www.pantone.com
Carlstadt, NJ

The Herb Ritts Foundation
www.herbritts.com
Los Angeles

Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
www.moma.org
New York, NY

The Target Corporation
www.targetcorp.com
Minneapolis

Sanrio/Hello Kitty
www.sanrio.com
San Francisco

The Australian Trade Commission
www.austrade.gov.au
Australia

Broadway Video
www.broadwayvideo.com
New York City

LDJ Productions
www.ldjproductions.com
New York City

The Arthur Ashe Foundation
www.arthurashe.org
Washington, DC

Yahoo! Inc.
www.yahoo.com
New York City

Heartbeat Ideas
www.heartbeatideas.com
New York City

Busse Design
www.bussedesign.com
Oakland, CA

Michelle Rago Ltd.
www.michelleragoltd.com
New York City

Modern Bride
www.modernbride.com
New York City

Sharon Haskell
www.sharonhaskell.com
New York City

Riverhead Books
www.riverheadbooks.com
New York, NY

Gurjot New York
www.gurjotnewyork.com
New York City

Stein Rogan + Partners
www.steinrogan.com
New York City

Pentagram
www.pentagram.com
New York City

The Beth Kobliner Company
www.bethkobliner.com
New York City

Warner Interactive
www.wbie.com
Los Angeles

Big Beach Films
www.bigbeachfilms.com
New York City / Maui, Hawaii

Loewy Design
www.loewydesign.com
Long Island

Jonathan Safran Foer
www.theprojectmuseum.com
New York City

MVS USA / Seamate
www.mvsusa.com
Hawthorne, NJ

Matter Creative
www.mattercreative.com
New York City

Summit Imaging
www.summingimaging.com
Lee’s Summit, MO

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Motion Graphics

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Specializing in animation (2D/3D), short-form/long-form compositing, show packaging, interactive media, branding, graphic opens/end titles, tradeshow presentations, commercial advertisements, interactive kiosks and in-store video loops.

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16 Best Practices to Keep your Inbox, Voicemail and Mailbox Free of Solicitations

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A few years back, era404 was written up in The Wall Street Journal’s online site, WSJ.com, for an experiment we ran concerning unsolicited email. The experiment was to test if those “Unsubscribe” links actually work. Upon creating a dozen brand new email accounts, we subscribed each to a dozen different online newsletters, contests, subscription services and mailing lists. Then, upon receiving the initial emails from those services, we clicked the “Unsubscribe” link.Read More

Tags | bad registrar, bestbuy, citarella, era404, ethics, frauds, hsbc, opt out, practices, preventative measures, privacy policy, register.com, scams, spam, unsolicited email

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Spam FAQ

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The Wall Street Journal Online (By Stacy Forster)

Is unsolicited commercial e-mail, or spam, illegal?

There is no federal law against spam. Several states, including Washington and California, have strict laws prohibiting certain junk e-mail, and some individuals have won damages under anti-spam laws. Also, big Internet service providers, such as America Online, have sued to stop bulk e-mailers from sending spam through their networks, claiming the spammers are violating the terms of service by essentially stealing the Internet provider’s resources.Read More

Tags | era404, spam, stacy forster, wall street journal, wsj