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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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The Best Online Presentation and Collaboration Tools

By on May 24, 2012 in Web Applications

Here at Loud Dog, we’re constantly trying to refine our client experience, which includes presenting our work as digital files. There’s a lot left to be desired when you initially see a screenshot of your new, soon-to-be website in your email inbox. That experience lacks a grand unveiling and friendly human element. When we deliver designs,…

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Midokura Partners with Loud Dog for a New Look

By on Apr 23, 2012 in Loud Dog News

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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Names reinforce brand positioning

By on Apr 5, 2012 in Brand and Identity Design

Series Note: This is second post in a series of articles exploring corporate and product naming theory and processes.  The naming process can be a lot to bite off at one time, so we’re hoping this series of articles will provide different frameworks and lenses to evaluate names. The previous article in this series discussed how…

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SASS and LiveReload: Streamlining CSS Development

By on Apr 2, 2012 in Web Engineering

Web developers, I’ve got two things today that will help you out. A little thing and a big thing. LiveReload I’ve recently discovered the power of LiveReload. It’s a program that silently runs on your computer, and waits for you to make changes to your code. When you do, it reloads your browser. Then you…

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Announcing HBaseCon.com, Hosted by Cloudera

By on Mar 13, 2012 in Brand and Identity 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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KidsPark Goes Mobile!

By on Mar 5, 2012 in Loud Dog Projects

Congratulations to KidsPark for the launch of the new KidsPark Locator App, an iPhone app that allows users to find information about their nearest KidsPark location. Loud Dog is proud to have worked with KidsPark on the design and development of the app, and assisted in launching it on the iTunes store. KidsPark provides hourly childcare…

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Defining your brand structure

By on Feb 15, 2012 in Brand and Identity Design

Series Note: This is first in a series of articles exploring corporate and product naming theory and processes.  At the most basic level, coming up with a name is easy: just write down a bunch of ideas, and pick the one that you like best. Of course, this is easier said than done. You can…

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MarkLogic Launches Website Refresh

By on Feb 9, 2012 in Loud Dog Projects

Congrats to our friends at MarkLogic on the launch of their newly refreshed website! It maintains the trusted MarkLogic brand, while giving their web presence a fresh and modern feel. Working closely with MarkLogic’s internal team, Loud Dog was proud to deliver the website’s design, client-side code, and contribute to MarkLogic’s brand strategy. Loud Dog…

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Gocco printing the Loud Dog Holiday Chard

By on Jan 18, 2012 in Loud Dog Culture

This past holiday season, the Loud Dog team decided that it would be fun to do something crafty for our holiday card. Would it be felted? Letterpress? A diorama? Fresh baked cookies? In the end, we decided on a simple old-fashioned card. Did I say card? I meant to say chard. One Loud Doggie’s typo…

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