October 1, 2007
We’ve finished a print catalog for an international jewelry brand.
The work was larger in scope than any previous print project as we handled the company rebranding and created a complete marketing program for them, of which the catalog played the predominant role.
The catalog itself was a major challenge but also a a very fulfilling achievement.
What can be better for a photographer than working with beautiful models and gorgeous silver, gold and Swarovski jewels?
We were in charge of nearly everything: concept, design, format, models casting, lighting, shooting, retouching, page layout and colour management. Just the makeup and printing were done by third parties.
September 12, 2007
The lack of updates simply means that we’ve been too busy to update this page – but considering that we’ve been doing work for Nokia, we can’t really complain. We’ve also expanded our range of services to include CMS solutions with the .NET-based DotNetNuke, including ecommerce (online stores).
May 1, 2007
The first four months of this year have been fantastic. We were asked to do the whole range of services we can provide We’ve just finished our first print catalogue that was created completely by us: concept, design, photography, colour management and oversight of the print process. In the meantime we’ve also produced two fancy flash websites, a custom-built interactive learning tool and a flash game.
With our 5 year long service level agreement with WPA finally coming to an end, we have more time to go back to our roots and just be creative!
January 8, 2007
Media Division is now ten years old!
It’s incredible how time flies by. From the humble beginnings to our current strong state, it was quite a ride. As the team grew and our horizons expanded, we’ve been able to do more and more – from just web design to 3D, video editing, print and complete marketing strategies.
We’ve seen stars rise and fall, technologies emerging, maturing then becoming obsolete, buzzwords flying around; we witnessed the dot-com boom&bust, survived unethical business practices and emerged stronger and wiser.
All this time, we kept our vision & values intact: that the ends do not justify the means; that a correct, honest approach is desirable over short-term profit; that we must enjoy what we do as if the work comes from the heart, it’ll succeed.
We wish to thank everyone who has stood by us all this time (you know who you are) and promise to never let you down.