Sakonnet takes its Energy Online
Sakonnet needed a first strike into the energy market to compete against longer standing risk management software firms. They hired Thirst to help them out.
Microsoft Rethinks MSN
MSN asked for sketches for a new launch of MSN. It wanted people to have instant access to their content and they wanted it to be bright and attractive.
Rogers Communications Launches
Rogers is synonymous with Canadian communications. The uber-media company needed to showcase their portfolio of companies and products and take their first serious move online.
Gateway as a Moving Target
Gateway was a continually large project. IAB helped with just about anything that Gateway could think of, everything from their internal sales application to an interactive marketing web-based operating system interface that was way ahead of its time. Gateway was not just exciting for its work but for its people and learning curve that it […]
Zoonlab needed several logos to enhance the synthesis of its company and its products.
Galileo Interactive visual identity
This was a start-up firm based in New York City that needed a visual identity for its new CMS product.
Wright Technology Shocks
Wright Technology, an Australian company, wanted to blast onto the computer imaging scene. They knew that they had superior imaging technology and made no bones about it. They were adamant that their introduction into the North American market place was to be bold and they wanted nothing subtle about it.
Sybase Launches in Canada
Sybase decides to launch their brand into Canada and hired Thirst to create many of their intial prouduct launch materials. At this time they were vying for the number one spot in corporate database development and wanted to expand their user base.