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redHOT* party 2012: a look back

By on Oct 10, 2012 in Loud Dog Culture

As you may now know, La Casa de las Madres, a non-profit organization dedicated to women’s rights against domestic violence, is one of our favorite non-profits in San Francisco. We had such a great experience working with La Casa on their event identity in 2009 for redHOT* party that we’ve continued to support their marketing…

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redHOT* party kicks off Domestic Violence Awareness month

By on Oct 4, 2012 in Loud Dog News

It’s the beginning of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, so we’re feeling very inspired to get out and support a fantastic cause at the redHOT* party tonight. Loud Dog is thrilled to be involved once again this year with La Casa de las Madres and their annual fundraiser. This year, the party will have a new…

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Multidisciplinary Warriors Coding and Crafting

By on Sep 17, 2012 in Web Design

Designers who code, developers who talk to clients, project managers who design — what kind of sorcery is this?! Here at Loud Dog, we believe that understanding each branch of the design/development/delivery process is integral to any project. That’s why our team consists of multidisciplinary warriors crafting, coding, and constructing elegant solutions. Our team members…

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The ROI of branding

By on Sep 6, 2012 in Brand and Identity Design

A branding project is an expensive undertaking. What do you get for it? First, let’s make sure we’re on the same page about what a brand is, and what branding is. A brand is the association of your company’s image with its reputation. A branding project seeks to align these by creating a clear definition…

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Lend your voice to 1000 Voices Strong

By on Aug 30, 2012 in Brand and Identity Design

Working on the event for many months, Loud Dog has been anxiously awaiting the 35th anniversary celebration for La Casa de las Madres, which took place at the Fairmont last week. It was a beautiful event, complete with a red carpet hosted by Verizon, delicious hors d’oeuvres and wine, and 360 degree views of the…

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Help Us Win (More) Awards!

By on Aug 24, 2012 in Brand and Identity Design

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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Celebrating 35 Years of Transforming Lives

By on Aug 3, 2012 in Brand and Identity Design

La Casa de las Madres is a community organization in San Francisco providing refuge and support for victims of domestic violence since 1976. This year, La Casa is hosting a special celebration to commemorate its 35th year of service and the milestones accomplished with the help of its donors and supporters. Because La Casa only celebrates…

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Outsmarting the Spambots

By on Jun 28, 2012 in Web Design

Way back in 2005, we explored a number of different ways to protect your email address from spambots and shared a protection method we call MakeSafe. The spambots haven’t stopped and neither have we. Over the last few years, we’ve developed a new version of MakeSafe that further obfuscates emails to continue stumping spambot crawlers, and makes…

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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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Diving Deeper with Whamcloud and Chroma

By on Jun 18, 2012 in Brand and Identity Design

Update: This article has been expanded to include more detail about the Chroma logo’s conception and development. Also, it was named one of 2012’s Top Ten Logos by HOW Magazine. Congratulations to our friends at Whamcloud on the launch of their flagship software product, Chroma. Their new software runs on top of Lustre, a filesystem used by…

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