February 7, 2007 - News Articles
The New York Times, Miami Herald and USA Today Run Stories on ERA404-designed Site
Major news and media outlets ran stories today to promote the launch of ArthurAshe.org. The official site of Arthur Ashe was designed by ERA404 and commissioned by Ashe’s widow, Jeanne Moutoussamy-Ashe.
Family and friends of Arthur Ashe launched his official website Tuesday, marking the 14th anniversary of his death.
ArthurAshe.org will offer an array of video, audio, photographs and links related to Ashe, the first black man to win Wimbledon, U.S. Open and Australian Open titles. In 1968, he was the first black to play for the United States in Davis Cup competitions.
”The idea of this website is dedicated to providing a unique resource for the understanding and promotion of the legacy and values embodied in the life and work of Arthur Ashe as a conscience leader, humanitarian, educator and athlete,” said Jeanne Moutoussamy-Ashe, widow of Arthur Ashe.
Ashe established foundations to help disenfranchised youth, oppose South Africa’s apartheid rule and fight AIDS, which he contracted from a blood transfusion following heart surgery.
Ashe died at 49 of AIDS-related pneumonia in New York on Feb. 6, 1993.
In 1997, the new stadium at the National Tennis Center, host of the U.S. Open, was named in his honor.
January 17, 2007 - Press Releases
ERA404 produces Australian Designer Collections Lookbook for Australia Week Fashion Event in New York
NEW YORK — G’Day USA is a major promotional campaign undertaken in the US, to celebrate Australian commerce, industry, culture and history and highlighting Australia’s vitality as a place to visit and do business in the 21st Century. G’Day Australia showcases all things Australian from food and wine, film, arts, lifestyle, trade and investment to indigenous culture and tourism. Promotions were carried out in Los Angeles and New York.Read More
January 8, 2007 - Press Releases
Creative Director, Don Citarella, receives credit in new book by client
NEW YORK — Michelle Rago, an event designer and the founder of Michelle Rago, Ltd., included a credit in her new book, Signature Weddings: Creating a Day Uniquely Your Own, to the book’s pitch designer and Creative Director of ERA404 Creative Group, Inc., Don Citarella.Read More
December 25, 2005 - News Articles
by Joe Schepter
It’s that time of year again. Living rooms are filled with pine trees, elevators with familiar jingles and our Inboxes with holiday e-cards. In other words, it’s time for the Second Annual “Design Interact Unofficial Holiday e-Card Annual.”
This annual honors the top holiday-themed e-mails from designers around the world. As usual, this year’s crop was unscientifically selected by rummaging through our own mailboxes during the weeks before Christmas and choosing our favorites.Read More
September 6, 2005 - Press Releases
Communication Arts/Design Interact Insights Column. Interview of Don Citarella
Don Citarella, a graphic and Web designer at ERA404 Creative Group, Inc. is among a handful of people in this industry who entered the field determinedly. A passion for identity design and branding was nurtured in college, by a couple of professors from Herman Miller’s design team who never settled for “good enough.”Read More