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Smithsonian Institution » Trip Builder

The Smithsonian Institution, established in 1846 is a group of museums and research centers administered by the Government of the United States. Percolate collaborated with the Smithsonian to create Trip Builder, a user-friendly, responsive web app that allows users to create custom itineraries by answering a few key questions. The app is designed to be intuitive and allows users to explore a variety of exhibitions and events based on details of their visit.

Redbubble » Email Blasts + Apparel Design

Redbubble is an online marketplace for print-on-demand products, based on user-submitted artwork. Percolate collaborated with Redbubble to generate branded email blasts. Percolate also creates images that are applied to products, including t-shirts, pillows, bags, cups, etc. Many of these images have been featured on Redbubble’s website.

GreenPeace » Fundraising Campaign

Greenpeace is the leading independent campaigning organization that uses peaceful protest and creative communication to expose global environmental problems. Greenpeace promotes solutions that are essential to a green and peaceful future. Percolate collaborated with Greenpeace to design campaign fundraising collateral for their new flagship boat, the Rainbow Warrior III.

California Academy of Sciences » Website + Brochure

California Academy of Sciences is an international center for scientific education and research. It is at the forefront of efforts to understand and protect the diversity of the earth’s living things. The Academy needed a new web site that communicated their mission: to inspire appreciation, wonder, and conservation of the natural world. This project was done while Laura was a design director at Hot Studio in San Francisco. On this project, Laura, with Jisun Suh, was one of the primary visual designers. The brochure was conceived, designed, and created by Cody Andresen.

Viscape » Branding, Signage, Print & Interactive Design

Viscape was an online community where people could find, buy, sell, and rent vacation properties. Viscape’s vision was to create a state-of-the-art site that would allow users to find the perfect getaway, while allowing owners to manage their properties and solicit advice from the community. The Viscape identity is comprised of a suite of characters engaged in activities that take place in a variety of vacation destinations. This project was done while Laura Haertling was a design director at Hot Studio in San Francisco. Laura designed the identity and worked, with Cathy Lo, to design the website.

University of California, Berkeley » Landscape Heritage Plan

The Landscape Heritage Plan is a planning document that was created for the University of California Berkeley. This plan examines key characteristics of the historic campus “core” and provides guidance for its continued development in a manner that respects and builds upon its unique landscape legacy. Collaborating with the Sasaki team, Cody Andresen designed both the printed and interactive document format, as well as a majority of the planning map graphics and illustrative maps.

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art » Website

SFMOMA, San Francisco’s modern art museum, needed a new site that communicated the value of their perspective on modern art through their exhibitions and events. The design needed to be contemporary, edgy, and exciting, while remaining easy to use. This project was done while Laura Haertling was a creative director at Hot Studio. On this project, Laura also functioned as the primary visual designer.

El Museo Del Barrio » Website

El Museo del Barrio, New York’s leading Latino cultural institution, needed a site that would communicate the artistic, cultural, and community attributes of the physical museum, located within Museum Mile in New York City. This project was done while Laura Haertling was a principal and creative director at Hot Studio in New York City. On this project, Laura, with Cathy Lo, was one of the primary visual designers.

Gap Red » Website

The Gap, Inc. is an American worldwide clothing and accessories retailer. Gap Red’s co-branded site was created to participate as a key partner in Project Red. With Bono as its evangelist, half of the profits from Gap Red products were donated to the Global Fund in order to help African women and children with HIV and AIDS. This project was done while Laura Haertling was a design director at Hot Studio in San Francisco. On this project, Laura also functioned as the primary visual designer. The screens above represent some of the page compositions, graphic styling, and illustration styles, the majority of which were applied to the final site.