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fanny krivoy

fanny krivoy

design

fanny krivoy

Career:

Schematic, SVP Experience / Renegade, Executive Creative Director / Organic, SVP Creative Direction / Spiral Media, Creative Director.

fanny@studioanalogous.com

Education:

Instituto de Diseño, Caracas, Venezuela. London College of Printing, UK

Passion:

How design can make a big difference in everyday life.

And one more thing:

I go everywhere on my bicycle.

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josh goldberg

josh goldberg

strategy

josh goldberg

Career:

Schematic, VP Client Services / CUNY, Director Economic Development / Organic, Director Strategic Services / MTV, Producer

josh@studioanalogous.com

Education:

Colby College (BA), Columbia Business School (MBA)

Passion:

Great design, great results.

And one more thing:

I just played a blues gig in France.

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alexandra lange

alexandra lange

design

alexandra lange

Career:

Illuminati Studios, Art Director / DDB Miami, Art Director / Organic, Senior Designer / Bolder Design, Senior Designer / Agency.com, Senior Designer

alexandra@studioanalogous.com

Education:

Graphic Design Degree from IDD Instituto de Diseño, Caracas, Venezuela

Passion:

Creating memorable designs for great brands.

And one more thing:

I do have Telescopic Vision. Yes, like Supergirl!

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dan satran

dan satran

project management

dan satran

Career:

Hi-ReS!, Strategy and Concept / Fangohr Studios, Strategy and Project Management / House of Kaizen, Supervisor, Media Strategy / Datalot, Planner

dan@studioanalogous.com

Education:

University of Wisconsin, Madison (BS)

Passion:

The intersection of effective planning and great design.

And one more thing:

I have been drumming and biking since the third grade.

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sean coon

sean coon

user experience

sean coon

Career:

dotmatrix studios (Principal, Creative Director); Ameritrade (User Experience Lead), Datek (Sr. UI Engineer), Xpedior (Chief Information Architect), Organic (Information Architect)

sean@studioanalogous.com

Education:

Syracuse University (BFA, Advertising Design)

Passion:

Designing experiences that people need.

And one more thing:

I'm ready for a ride on my Bonny T-100.

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anjanette brush

anjanette brush

content

anjanette brush

Career:

TD Ameritrade, Senior Editor / Organic, Senior Writer / Thomson Financial, Associate Editor

anJanette@studioanalogous.com

Education:

University of Iowa (BA); SUNY Buffalo (MFA)

Passion:

Shaping visual and verbal communications simply to engage, educate and instruct.

And one more thing:

I love New Mexico and rock climbing.

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ariel pintos

ariel pintos

brand design

ariel pintos

Career:

Hacienda La Trindad Cultural Center (Art Director), Venezuelan National Library (Design Director), CAL (Partner)

ariel@studioanalogous.com

Education:

Graphic Design Degree from IDD Instituto de Diseño, Caracas, Venezuela

Passion:

Designing brands and marks that create awareness and a smile.

And one more thing:

I practice Kendo and travel around the world visiting dojos.

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we design from the inside out.

our solutions are based on strategy and consumer insight.

we use smart design to deliver business results and improve people’s lives.

we are

  • user experience designers
  • visual designers
  • strategists
  • writers
  • software developers

we do

  • branding
  • concept creation
  • business strategy
  • product development
  • application design
  • interaction design

for

  • web
  • desktop
  • mobile
  • tablet
  • touch screen
  • print

who we’ve worked with

financial services Citibank / Economic Cycle Research Institute / GE Consumer Finance / Community Development Trust / Inter-American Development Bank

retail Armani Exchange / Coach / Panasonic / Ports 1961 / SaveOn! / BriteBean / Taigan

media and entertainment Conde Nast / Colin Cowie / Consumer Reports / Thomson Reuters/ Sonifi / Real Simple / J Walter Thompson

b2b Boinc / Bearing Point / Citromax / DataArt / Group Gordon / Netpop / Tager & Co

non-profit and cultural Urban Green Council / Gilda’s Club International / The Museum of the City of New York / Tribeca Film Festival

healthcare CipherHealth / New York eHealth Collaborative / The Thymic Foundation of Cancer Research

travel Carnival / Hard Rock Hotels / Sonifi

let's talk

give us a ring at 917.304.0050, send us a note to hello@studioanalogous.com, or stop by our studio at 12 vestry street, 7th floor, new york, ny 10013.

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IDB_HOME_Page_1 small19K projects and counting! IDB, not us (incredible mission). We also designed their mapping tools

20 Apr 2015

GroupGordon_glass_wall Always a nice visit with @GroupGordon (and seeing the logo in action)

25 Mar 2015

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Google bashing has become a daily story.  Often the bashers enjoy pointing out the irony of the original mission statement of “don’t be evil. ”  Google is also almost always mentioned in debates about what size organizations are the true incubators of innovation, the small hungry visionary organization or the well-funded and connected giant.

We are not interested in weighing in on these Google conversations today. Today, like most days, we are the happy benefactors of that early Google innovation that reaches us daily and as reliably as the rants about Google. Yes, the Google Doodle.

Today, some of us got to remember the art of a woman, once a nun, who expressed her involvement in the movements of her time in her art.  More importantly, many learned of Corita Kent for the first time today.  This is what makes the graphics, animations and information of the Google Doodle, much more than a lower case doodle.

These daily works are right up there with public television – free education and inspiration to learn more. After seeing the Corita Kent doodle, and a view of an image gallery, one can quickly learn that she was shoulder to shoulder with Warhol.  He may have been first with the soup cans, but Kent’s style and messages were just as timely, but not as obscure. She meant to communicate. She used inverted type to arrest the viewer like the scrambled facial features of a Picasso. Once she had your attention her message was plain.  Kent also used brands in her art in a way that was and remains timely. A piece called, “The Big G stands for Good[ness]”, is somewhere between a chide and challenge to General Foods to remember their own original mission and the responsibility of being big.

Thanks Google, for today’s 15-minute education.

20 Nov 2014

Excited for apple’s #healthkit potential- a great opportunity for smart design and development to partner w .orgs https://developer.apple.com/researchkit/

31 Mar 2015

Excellent designing tips for the elderly population from the always reliable @smashingmag http://www.smashingmagazine.com/2015/02/05/designing-digital-technology-for-the-elderly/ A much needed topic!

24 Mar 2015

Alex, just spotted this sign in the Bahamas. Shows how commanding vintage graphics remain. Clean, bold, effective.

 

marina sign

06 Oct 2014

Tags: advertising, signage, typography

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