Digital Design & Development
Rich content, a sleek interface, and progressive usability all combine in Matter’s new website and portfolio. Dana Deskiewicz of MediaFury reached out to ERA404 with a unique concept for the forthcoming website’s design, and all the creative gears started turning. Matter, a creative agency and production company in Washington DC, boasts a very impressive canon of past work. The new site showcases these projects all from a single page that “transforms” as a user navigates the sections. The encode takes advantage of the versatility of the jQuery framework, bringing MediaFury’s design alive in a fully responsive interface across all modern environments.
Money as You Grow, developed by the President’s Advisory Council on Financial Capability, provides 20 essential, age-appropriate financial lessons—with corresponding activities—that kids need to know as they grow. Written in down-to-earth language for children and their families, Money as You Grow helps equip kids with the knowledge they need to live fiscally fit lives.
The Beth Kobliner Company hired ERA404 to develop the site, designed by Emily Oberman and Pentagram. Money As You Grow is coded in HTML5, CSS3 and JQuery to infuse energetic animation for web, mobile and tablet devices.
In an effort to empower the staff of MoMA and PS1, IT Procurement Manager Monica Antonie approached SwissMiss and ERA404 to produce an intranet. The site features the clean, utilitarian design of Tina Roth Eisenberg coupled with ERA404 Content Management System (CMS).
Chris Christian hired ERA404 for the strategy/organization, design and encode the prototype for PCCS, an application that enables system administrators to manage networks of computers. The prototype (built in HTML5, CSS3 and JQuery) contains sample application screens, marketing and configuration pages.
Orlando-based Software developers, Utopic Software, hired ERA404 to concept, design and encode the user interface for their enterprise suite of applications, Persystent Software. The interface features intuitive navigation, context-sensitive help, a proprietary/original set of 24 icons and implementation of various Infragistics .NET widgets in a clean, comprehensive Web 2.0 design.
Little Brown and Company hired ERA404 to create the web site, book trailer and concept giveaways for the much-anticipated release of Emma Donoghue’s ROOM. The story is told from the viewpoint of a 5-year-old boy who has spent his life in a captivity with his mother. What better way to illustrate the childlike fantasy world and creativity of ROOM than by creating a paper, crayon and tape representation of the room itself.Read More