Digital Design & Development
Digital Design & Development
Streaming Media Expert and Chairman of the Streaming Summit, Dan Rayburn, hired ERA404 to design and develop his syndication portal for curated news in the Over the Top (OTT) video industry. The site aggregates featured, highlighted, trending and recent news articles from social and news sites, as well as hand-picked events, podcasts, and job postings in the OTT world.
Bulc Club is a free social network with the mission of eradicating spam, forever. Each free member account includes unlimited forwarders and mail filtering based on Member Rating. In the first six months following launch, Bulc Club Members had already identified and rated over 35,000 addresses and domains, blocked countless spam emails, and prevented identity theft and computer viruses.
Luthin Associates hired ERA404 to strategize, design, and develop their web presence to better represent their firm as leaders in the energy management services industry. The revamped site re-organizes their content so existing and prospective customers can better understand their expertise and learn more about their services through case studies, blog entries, social media, and marketing materials.
Hayden Industrial has grown from providing high performance heat exchangers to managing a team of craftsmen and professionals across a dozen work sites. They hired ERA404 to perform strategy, design, and development on a system to manage the activity of their workcenters, employees, projects, and jobs.
The resulting application was designed for touch-screen interfaces with quick access to features, maximum usage of available real estate, and an intuitive, tailored experience for each level of their growing workforce. Advanced reporting options integrate with a number of Hayden’s pre-existing systems to perform seamless operations.
Third Day approached ERA404 about designing the user interface and user experience for their conceptual application, Koomol.
Koomol (from ‘cumulus’) is a single portal that indexes files from all connected virtual storage (Dropbox, Google Drive, iCloud, etc.) and organizes them into one intuitively searchable interface. It solves the problem of trying to locate, organize, protect, and share personal documents that could be spread over a variety of internet services.
The challenge for the interface design was not only the organization of files (and groups of files, called ‘Koomolations’) across multiple cloud-storage services, but also how to indicate what was new, tagged, shared, and changed, each time the user logs in.
The resulting design grew to include two views (a list view, and a Pinboard-style grid view), with a notifications pane, an “explode” view to peek inside groups of files, and a host of searching, sorting, and filtering options to simplify asset maintenance.