20
Jul
08

North Kingdom – Designer’s First Monarchy

 

“Designer’s First Monarchy” – talk about a bold tagline! Only someone at the #1 spot could make such a statement and get away with it and North Kingdom truly fits the bill. Their two websites, Vodafone Future Vision and Get the Glass, easily rank among the top 10 sites EVER. Their projects undergo a production pipeline similar to a damn feature length film. Green screening, sound design, VFX; they absolutely push the boundary of the internet and user experience. I’ve always had questions about their workflow and even though their site has some nice behind the scenes info, I wanted to get inside even deeper. Lo and behold, Robert Lindstrom’s (co-founder) blog, DCHPL. I came across it months ago and it’s an absolute must-read blog for designers, developers, project managers everywhere. You might have to filter through some of the posts but the behind the scenes stuff is just incredible. 

 
**UPDATE: I’ve started animation for the Burton piece and it’s coming along nicely. 🙂

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2 Responses to “North Kingdom – Designer’s First Monarchy”


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  2. July 28, 2013 at 12:24 pm

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