Summit Imaging has been a leader in endoscopy imaging and patient data management products for 15 years. With their launch of a new product for interventional spine and pain management physicians, they approached ERA404 to create a new umbrella brand for the growing suite of products.
We’re proud to announce the launch of the I3 Advantage product suite, with it’s flagship product, Interventional Spine. Over the next few months, this brand will expand to encompass the award-winning product for endoscopy, I3 Advantage: EndoManager, and continue to unify all upcoming imaging, information, and integration products in different specializations.
We’ve worked with Summit on the strategy of the marketing, design their new identity, stationery system, and interface design, as well as multiple promotional and collateral materials for sales and marketing.
Deb Deffaa of Trident Network hired ERA404 to create the strategy, design, encode, and development for their remote social network, Seamate. Seamate includes eight main sections, including: Social, Messages, Videos, Music, Pictures, Games, Cards and an online ecommerce system. ERA404’s strategy and design spanned all eight sections while the encode and development focused on Seamate Social.
Trident Network projects a worldwide product launch in late 2014.
ERA404 developed Lyrek Contact and Events Management System for NYC PR, Fashion Promoters and Events Producers. The application fuses a powerful CRM solution for managing an online database of contacts with a mass-mailing tool for organizing events. Lyrek events management empowers users to send invitations for RSVPs, seating assignments, follow-ups and mailblasts to their contacts.
ERA404 designed the site for The Arthur Ashe Foundation (www.arthurashe.org) and the web site for AALC president, Jeanne Moutoussamy-Ashe‘s photography site (www.jeannemoutoussamy-ashe.com), so with the foundation of the new learning center, Mrs. Moutoussamy-Ashe again turned to ERA404 to design the logo for the new charity.
Brooklyn Entrepreneur, Adam Goldstein, hired ERA404 to design and develop the identity system and online presence and marketing campaign for his Brooklyn wine shop, My Brooklyn Wine (www.mybrooklynwine.com). The store features a catalog of 100+ wines and accessories available for purchase online, newsletters, tasting notes, image galleries and a host of other resources for wine aficionados.
The co-owner of Hi-Tech Companies, Brian Mack, approached ERA404 about his idea for a portal for HD enthusiasts.The final result was implemented into a Design Standards Manual (DSM) and outfitted for further usage on the Web. Upon completion of the identity, the founders of HDTV Central commissioned ERA404 to continue development of the portal.
The initial launch included localized television programming when users enter their zip codes, rapidly growing forums, news culled from dozens of different sources and feeds, and a fully operational shopping cart for the purchase of HDTV systems and accessories.
“I’ve been very pleased with the work ERA404 has done for us. They’ve helped us align our corporate identity ubiquitously through all our materials.”
IT Services Manager