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Emily Meinhardt

Articles by Emily Meinhardt

Code and Art Come to the Bay Bridge

By on Mar 5, 2013 in Loud Dog Culture

We love any opportunity to explore the relationship between code and design here at Loud Dog, so when we heard about Leo Villareal’s project to put choreographed LED lights on the Bay Bridge, we knew we were in for a treat.

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Seeing MESVision® Through a New Lens

By on Jan 3, 2013 in Loud Dog Projects, Web Design

Congrats to MESVision on the launch of their new site! Learn more as Art Director Jodi Wing talks about the process behind and highlights from this project.

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Sailing the Open Seas with OpenSFS

By on Dec 19, 2012 in Loud Dog Projects

Congrats to our friends at OpenSFS on the launch of their newly redesigned website.

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Loud Dog Wins Interactive Media Award

By on Dec 14, 2012 in Loud Dog News

Loud Dog’s redesign of La Casa de las Madres’ website has been recognized for Outstanding Achievement by the Interactive Media Awards. The Interactive Media Awards honor individuals and organizations for their outstanding achievement in website design and development. Submissions are evaluated on design, content, feature functionality, usability, and standards compliance & cross browser compatibility. You…

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The Loud Dog Fall Soundtrack

By on Oct 18, 2012 in Loud Dog Culture

The rise of the open office has made headphones and music an essential part of the workday for many and it’s no different here at the Loud Dog office. Though we love collaborating at a coworker’s desk or brainstorming on our comfy red couches, most of the time, we’ve all got headphones on and are…

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Help Us Win (More) Awards!

By on Aug 24, 2012 in Brand and Identity Design, Loud Dog News

Earlier this year, we designed a kickass logo for Chroma, some software made by our friends over at Whamcloud. We told you all about our creative rationale and our really clever interpretation of what their software does in a blog post. Then Whamcloud got bought by Intel, which we thought was exciting (we’re sure it…

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Doggie Treats

By on Jun 21, 2012 in Loud Dog Culture

Check out the latest roundup of visual stuff that motivates and inspires Loud Doggies… Jodi, our art director: “I used to have a set of blocks that were similar to this in their look, but I did not use them for math class. Seeing this photo, I love the tactile quality that comes through. There…

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Saint Benoît Creamery Adds Milk!

By on Jun 7, 2012 in Loud Dog Projects

Saint Benoît Creamery is best known to Bay Area locals for its artisanal, organic, whole milk, French-style yogurt. Since 2004, Saint Benoît has fully embraced sustainability as a company, delivering their reusable and recyclable crocks in a Compressed Natural Gas delivery truck known to us as “Yogurt 1,” and always making their products from small…

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Midokura Partners with Loud Dog for a New Look

By on Apr 23, 2012 in Loud Dog News, Loud Dog Projects, Web Design

As a Japanese company looking to expand globally with a focus on the US market, Midokura knew it needed to redesign its website to connect with prospective enterprise customers, partners, and investors. Part of this challenge would be the multilingual requirements — how to efficiently manage both English and Japanese sites. Loud Dog worked closely with…

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Announcing HBaseCon.com, Hosted by Cloudera

By on Mar 13, 2012 in Brand and Identity Design, Loud Dog Projects, Web Design

We’re happy to support our friends at Cloudera as they launch HBaseCon.com. The first event of its kind, HBaseCon will bring HBase users, contributors, administrators, and app developers to San Francisco for a one-day event. Loud Dog worked with Cloudera, the host of HBaseCon, to design the event identity and event microsite, using our own…

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