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Sneak Peek: La Casa de las Madres Website Redesign

By on Jun 22, 2011 in Loud Dog Projects, Web Design

We’re busy at work on a website redesign for La Casa de las Madres and wanted to give you a sneak peek at some of our designs before the official launch in a few weeks. La Casa de las Madres provides shelter, advocacy, and support services to battered women and their children in San Francisco. In…

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Community Giving: Creating a Sense of Place with a Mural

By on Apr 5, 2011 in Loud Dog Culture, Loud Dog News, Loud Dog Projects

Every so often we’re approached with a request for pro bono work that’s just too fun to pass up. Check out the new mural design by Loud Dog – freshly painted on Divisadero Street in San Francisco!

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Redesigning Louddog.com

By on Feb 14, 2011 in Loud Dog News, Loud Dog Projects, Web Design

Watch our spiffy video below to learn more about the technical, creative, and branding decisions behind the redesign of louddog.com. Warning: you probably won’t be able to get the song out of your head for at least a week– it’s that good.

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Emphasizing Recruiting in a Downturn

By on Oct 6, 2010 in Loud Dog News, Loud Dog Projects

In a down economy, most companies aren’t focusing on recruiting. On the contrary, high unemployment means that few companies suffer from a lack of résumés. But Loud Dog-client EM-Assist takes a very different view. In fact, they view demonstrating a commitment to employees as a key strategy to long-term growth and success.

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Painting the town redHOT*

By on Jun 16, 2009 in Brand and Identity Design, Loud Dog Culture, Loud Dog News, Loud Dog Projects

We’ve been working on a community project this summer to create an event theme and identity for [La Casa de las Madres’](http://www.lacasadelasmadres.org) fall fundraiser. Want to see the results?

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Artwork Semantics: Sensible and Fun for Everyone!

By on Apr 10, 2009 in Loud Dog Projects, Web Design, Web Engineering

When building websites, things like background gradients, tabs, and buttons often must be extracted from the design file and engineered in their own right in order to work correctly. In this article, Marty explains how to prepare your graphics file to make this easier.

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We Have A Portfolio!

By on Feb 25, 2009 in Loud Dog News, Loud Dog Projects, Web Design, Web Engineering

Once again, yesterday evening the strains of the sublime, transcendent keyboard riff of the “The Final Countdown” could be heard in the Loud Dog office as we officially launched the ummm… re-launch of the the Loud Dog website. Now with new, improved portfolio!

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We Have Not Been Arrested!

By on Dec 2, 2008 in Loud Dog Projects

When Tamara Thompson’s law firm (Thompson Legal Advisory) showed up at our door, we seized the opportunity to finally get legal advice on some issues that had been plaguing us at Loud Dog.

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Oh, Yeah!

By on Nov 12, 2008 in Loud Dog Projects

Announcing the new EM-Assist website! Expect to hear about it from lonely doormen, passersby and major media outlets around the world. Seriously. It’s gonna be huge.

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Assisting EM-Assist

By on Aug 28, 2008 in Loud Dog News, Loud Dog Projects

In 1440 Johannes Gutenberg invented the printing press – a milestone in printing technology. The printing process has evolved through the centuries, and in 2008 the potential of such technology was fully realized. Behold the EM-Assist marketing kit!

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