We’re excited to share some recent accolades from the 2012 Horizon Interactive Awards–”a prestigious international competition recognizing outstanding achievement among interactive media producers”.
The team is super thankful for the international recognition from interactive community. What a great way to celebrate some of the awesome work we shipped in 2012. Most of all, we appreciate our clients for giving us the opportunity to be apart of their team and enabling us to do great work!
Check out the live work linked up below:
Simraceway (Best In Category!, Games Category)
Pac-12 Network (Gold!, University Category)
Work.com (Silver, Responsive/Mobile Design Category)
Slashdot Mobile Web (Bronze, Magazine/News Category)
California Budget Challenge (Bronze, Advocacy/Non-profit Category)
ACLU (Bronze, Advocacy/Non-profit Category)
Hooray for us. It’s a pleasure to announce that the Simraceway Website has been selected as an Official Honoree in The 17th Annual Webby Awards in the Games category.
With 11,000 entries received from all 50 US states and over 60 countries, the Official Honoree distinction is awarded to the top 15% of all work – not too shabby.
A big shout out to SuperDesigner, Seth Hamlin for the inspired design work. And a big woot to Brandon, Jacquelyn, Malea, Marc, Shaun, Breana and of course all the folks at Simraceway.
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2012 was a busy year for the studio. We helped transform a 15 year old legacy business into a thriving, acquisition-ready company, merged two critical products into the Salesforce product family and have helped two clients raise $50+ million by getting their products to market.
We’ve also been doing a lot of thinking about how we move forward as a studio. Design thinking is more sought after than ever and it’s not just large companies who are putting design thinking first, it’s companies of all sizes.
So where do we fit in? We believe our skills are well matched with high velocity businesses that value time and skills first. To support the broadening demand for design thinking, we’re excited to have a new team member, Tyler Dorman.
Tyler has joined the 17FEET team as a Director to help identify new business, partnerships and nurture client engagements. Tyler’s background ranges from investor to start-up thinker and doer. He understands the dynamics and decision making small teams face. And most importantly, how to take action. With Tyler’s help, we’ll be creating new relationships with early stage companies and the investment community to further validate our model and abilities to service early stage clients. Our goal: get our clients businesses to the next level.
Connect with Tyler on LinkedIn
New Year. New Site.
We’re equally excited about the new site refresh of 17FEET.com! Ah yes, we’re finally taking some time to work on our stuff. Check out some recent updates to our work, our process and the team.
2013 is off to a roaring start.
Have a project you want to discuss? We’d love to hear about it
Very exciting to see LOYAL3 take the stage at TechCrunch disrupt today. Congrats the the LOYAL3 team.
We’ve been working on a a new Salesforce site – work.com. We were pleased to hear Marc Benioff mention it at TechCrunch Disrupt. The site will launch as part of Dreamforce. Stay tuned.
Congrats to the Pac-12 on the launch of the Pac-12 Networks. We’re honored to be part of the team that helped create a fantastic new site.
And we’re particularly excited about this awesome promo for our beautifully designed schedule. Hip hip hooray!
It’s not all just boxes & arrows over here at 17FEET. Occasionally we prefer to kick out the jams. Check out this decidedly non-digital little number featuring the fabulous Lily Rivo on drums.
We’re super-excited to be kicking-off several new product UX projects this month. One is a consumer app and the other is enterprise but both are applications that lots of people will use everyday.
As with many of our product-focused projects, both are in stealth mode so we can’t name any names but stay tuned for more details.
We’ve also been growing our team. We’re working with several new designers, developers and producers who are helping 17FEET continue to do great work. We’re always looking for talented folks to join our team. We’d love to hear from you.
Check out our current job openings.