articles within the ‘Projects’ category

Newsweek moves Online

By James Caldwell | Published: January 2nd, 2009

Newsweek should be instantly recognizable for most people and because of this fact, the staff wanted an online extension that kept as faithful as possible to their print publication while establishing it’s own personality.

Mourning the Suburb

By James Caldwell | Published: March 10th, 2010

Every so often I get a last minute phone call for help from a friend. In this case Aleksandra needed a promotional poster for a symposium she was organizing to be held at the Prefix Institute for Contemporary Art. The topic was “Mourning the Suburb – A Symposium on Dwelling, in Transition”.

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Rogers Communications Launches

By James Caldwell | Published: January 3rd, 2009

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.

The Guardian UK Online

By James Caldwell | Published: January 3rd, 2009

The Guardian Unlimited hired Neville Brody to make the Guardian Online infinitely flexible and readable. In turn he needed help and called the IAB studious where John Schmitz and I fleshed out ideas and finalized the design.

A Photographer’s Gallery

By James Caldwell | Published: January 4th, 2009

An artist’s site always captures interest. Their online galleries are often windows into other times or worlds, real or imaginary.

E-zine Explodes Online

By James Caldwell | Published: January 4th, 2009

This e-zine made its move to being an online publication and performed spectacularly well. The viewership numbers after the redesign were up substantially.

Discover Card Contest

By James Caldwell | Published: March 12th, 2010

Remember when you were a student at University? Now do you remember the kiosks within the front doors of your educational institution. Well for me this all came rushing back while designing this Discover Card microsite. But I have to admit I would have liked this type of interaction better than the hard sell method of yesteryear and I know it worked for Discover Card.