Thanks to WebDesignerAid for including me in their list of 45 Girl Geeks to Follow on Twitter.
Ideacodes worked with Department Chair Hideo Mabuchi to redesign Stanford University’s Department of Applied Physics. The presentation has been reorganized around four AP-centric themes of current research on campus and at the Stanford’s National Accelerator Laboratory: Nanoscience and Quantum Engineering, Lasers and Accelerators, Condensed Matter Physics, and Experimental and Theoretical Biophysics. Each theme has its […]
Ideacodes had the pleasure of redesigning the SOMA Magazine site working with Publisher and Editor-in-Chief Ali Ghanbarian. “Hailed internationally as the seminal voice and vision of independent, avant-garde arts, fashion, culture and design for 22 years, SOMA Magazine has cultivated immense organic appeal and forged its place within the thriving creative industries and communities the world […]
Great kickoff session with a new client team.
Ideacodes is thrilled to be working with Mind Over Media, a team of content and creative experts whose clients include the New York Times, Harvard Business School, Estée Lauder and American Express. Ideacodes is providing a range of services for several of Mind Over Media’s projects, ranging from web strategy, UI and UX design, to […]
After working with founders Ryan Block and Peter Rojas on the design of gdgt many months ago, it was great to go to the first SF party to celebrate the idea becoming reality.
Ideacodes had the pleasure of working with the social responsibility division of MTV Networks International on the launch of the microsite for Cherry Girl, their newest global talent. At MTVCherryGirl.com, visitors can find out more about her intriguing philosophy of life. The MTV audience will be able to check out this exciting new discovery on-air, […]
Ideacodes contributed to the 2008 site-wide redesign of ideo.com as interaction designers and consultants. Bringing added perspective to the in-house team, Ideacodes collaborated with core members on navigation and functionality to create “delightful modes of interaction and content presentation.”
Ideacodes worked on the design and implementation of the public website for Howard Rheingold’s Social Media Classroom, which launched today. The Social Media Classroom platform itself, developed by Sam Rose, includes a free and open-source web service that provides teachers and learners with an integrated set of social media that each course can use for […]
Ideacodes co-founder, Emily Chang, has been invited to be on the jury for TWS2008 (the.colis Web Startup), Israel’s office dot com competition, presenting the most promising Israeli web startups of the year. A “well known and respected jury will choose 10 of the most exciting Israeli start ups for a chance to present their venture […]
Ideacodes is delighted to be working as a design partner for Adaptive Path, a leading user experience firm in San Francisco.
Ideacodes is pleased to be working with Matt Mullenweg and Automattic, the company behind WordPress, Akismet, bbPress and other fine web services.
Ideacodes is delighted to work with Howard Rheingold on his new video blog, vlog.rheingold.com. In Howard’s words: “It all started when I started thinking about updating A Slice of Life in My Virtual Community, which I wrote twenty years ago. It didn’t take long to realize that a description of how I spend my time […]
Ideacodes has been working with Richard MacManus, Founder and Editor of ReadWriteWeb, on a redesign of the site which launched this week. ReadWriteWeb is a leading blog that provides web technology news, reviews and analysis, and is ranked among Technorati’s Top 20 blogs in the world.
Ideacodes worked with the prestigious UC Berkeley College of Engineering on its website redesign, including information architecture, design and front-end code. We’re proud to have been a part of the cross-discipline team that made this redesign a success. Read more about the project.
Meeting with Josh Quittner and Owen Thomas to discuss a new project.
Meeting with a new client.
Ideacodes has been working with BlogHer, the leading destination online for women’s opinions and activities, to redesign and enhance the user experience of the site. As the only women’s blog network, BlogHer creates opportunities for women bloggers to seek greater exposure, education, community and economic empowerment, and has more than 7,400 blogs listed. We’re delighted […]