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Brooklyner Adam Goldstein, of the Brooklyn Wine Company, hired ERA404 to design the labels for three of his new wines, Feliz Red, Feliz White and Grand Army Meritage. Illustration for the pieces was provided by Brooklyn’s own, Ryan Seslow. The labels have been applied to the first bottling available now exclusively at RedWhiteAndBubbly.com, also designed by era404, as well as T-shirts currently being sold at Brooklyn Industries (www.brooklynindustries.com).
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.
Florida wedding and events planner, Linda Kessler, hired ERA404 to showcase her portfolio, press and provide information for clients and prospects. lindakessler.com features full implementation of ERA404 CMS, MediaPASS, Flash animation, an online boutique and dozens of images and press.
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.
ERA404 was hired to redesign the blog site for John Hodgman, author of Areas of My Expertise and More Information Than You Require. The site features over 500 original blog postings, 12,000 comments, information about his books and appearances, images, cartoons, and quotes from the books.
The blog was designed to have dynamic themes based on the author’s book covers.
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.