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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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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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michael greene

michael greene

user experience

michael greene

Career:

Analogous (UX Designer), Vidaris (Architectural/Engineering Technician), Tulane City Center (Design Intern).

michael@studioanalogous.com

Education:

General Assembly, NY UXDI. Tulane University (M.Arch 1). Rutgers University (BA).

Passion:

Creating intuitive experiences that are both complex and clever.

And one more thing:

I have absolutely no fear of heights.

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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 / General Electric Consumer Finance / The MONY Group

retail Armani Exchange / Bloomingdale’s / Coach / Panasonic / Ports 1961 / SaveOn! / BriteBean

media and entertainment Conde Nast / Colin Cowie Weddings / Consumer Reports / Nokia / Thomson Reuters/ Sonifi / Real Simple

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

non-profit cultural Gilda’s Club International / Guggenheim Museum / Save the Children / The Museum of the City of New York / Tribeca Film Festival

healthcare 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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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

We appreciate the power of checklists. They are a reliable method for keeping projects on track. Naturally, then, we were thrilled to work with Real Simple to translate their most popular magazine content – the checklist library – into a successful mobile app.

The app expresses the Real Simple clean brand look with crisp typography, a subtle design, and a straightforward interface that makes it easy and fast to thumb through hundreds of pre-loaded checklists or set up a custom checklist. The my list function allows users to move relevant Real Simple checklists to join their custom lists. Users can delegate tasks by email or text, set reminders and reset lists. When tasks are complete, tap the task and a substantial orange checkmark appears. Progress recorded.

The Real Simple Checklist app is a solid example of a streamline and useful mobile app that also delivers on the brand in a tangible way.

 

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29 Sep 2014

Tags: app, branding, design, organization, shopping, tools, work

bringing design thinking to the interview process.  this is the anatomy of the perfect technical interview. read on!

 

 

27 May 2014

Tags: design thinking, organization

The No-Ad app is a public art project that exists to replace ads with art. Not in the physical world but in your screen world. Train a device at a particular subway ad and the app recognizes it and serves up a replacement visual. We think public art is crucial and work in communications so this experiment has our attention. The app is downloaded and we’ll note the results if notable.

In the meantime, our initial thoughts are these. We love the intention of promoting art, but wonder if advertisers aren’t grinning right now. Isn’t this project giving sustained attention to the advertisements and associating a positive experience with them? This is not a bad thing. In fact, it looks like everyone will get a little more of what they want. After all, this app will be used by people who are passionately opposed to advertising and those who look at advertising as part of popular culture. Each will get an experience driven by their perspective when they use the app. Plus, the advertisers get several more seconds of attention then they banked on from both the app users and the occasional on-looker.

The only group this leaves out are those of us hardwired to ignore everything but the essential when we are commuting. Which is all of us some of the time. In the end, it seems that the makers of this app, Re+Public, have really created a mobile installation and a timestamp for the current confluence of art and commerce. Will their ultimate mission to democratize shared media space win out? Not sure, but if they can back up enough ads with art and app takes off; it’s a conversation. 

 

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Read the PSFK story

30 Sep 2014

Tags: advertising, apps, art, augemented reality, NYC, psfk, subway

analogy, metaphor and images all work wonders to build common understanding quickly.  one reliable analogy for us is how web design and architecture are alike. both must guide people through a space and both are the most successful when the guideposts are so intuitive that the space and the content are fully experienced. if the visitor has to think too hard about direction the intended journey is diminished.

our new image to accompany this analogy is the Pathé foundation building in Paris designed by the Renzo Piano Workshop. controversial for sure, this building’s journey is an alternate route. it merges purpose and meaning. it melds old and new. not every building (or website) needs to be this unconventional, but the Renzo design stands as a vivid reminder to make the journey fluid.

tour the Pathé Foundation.

 

16 Jun 2014

Tags: architecture, design, design thinking, inspiration

our studio has moved to 12 Vestry Street.  we are happy to be a stone’s throw from the Tribeca Film Festival and the site of the first Martin Guitar factory on the corner of Vestry and Hudson.  the panoramic views of old New York are pretty cool too. please drop by and say hello!

14 May 2014

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