Our thoughts on iOS 7: An Intro

Our thoughts on iOS 7: An Intro
Like all the other tech-enamored early-adopters out there, the Sequence team downloaded and installed the iOS 7 beta the day it was released. But rather than add to the cacophony of reactionary opinions, we used iOS 7 on a daily basis over the course of the beta program to really get a complete sense of ...

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Late Fees

At first, I couldn’t put my finger on it—was it the free movies? Maybe. Was it the ease and monotony of checking those VHS tapes back into the ancient computer system one by one? Probably not. Given my visual nature, it could have easily been the endless supply of new and old movie covers that ...

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Cribs: Sequence Edition

Cribs: Sequence Edition
Over the past few years we have spent a lot of time at Sequence thinking about how to foster and express our creativity through our office environment. Because so many of us here have a passion for design, interest in color and interior trends, it’s been no small feat to all agree on how to ...

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Insights of an Intern

Insights of an Intern
A few months ago, I graduated with a design degree and kissed my days as a student goodbye. Needless to say, when you spend 80% of your time at school, adjusting to life outside of class curriculums and graded assignments is a little unfamiliar. Your goals no longer involve earning a specific GPA, registering for ...

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Please step away from the screen

As a creative development agency based in San Francisco, we are fortunate to be surrounded by the thriving tech scene of the Bay Area. From the Silicon Valley giants of Apple, Google, and Facebook to the plethora of startups springing up every day, there is no lack of digital inspiration. At Sequence, we love the ...

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A Tale of Two Cities: Baseball Edition

Sequence San Francisco and Sequence New York have a lot in common: smart and talented people, more than a few design awards, doggie mascots, and both are just a hop, skip and a jump away from two legendary ballparks. Last week, both offices took the afternoon off from spreadsheets and Photoshop to enjoy America’s pastime. ...

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Showing Over Telling

If someone told you they had invented pants that could make you run faster than anyone on the planet, you’d roll your eyes. But if you got to try on those pants and broke the sound barrier during a quick jog, you’d believe that those super pants were real. A major flaw with humans is ...

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The Boomerang

It was something mentioned around the water cooler in hushed tones. There was a wall of boomerang infamy that hung in a pictured row of mugshots next to the conference rooms. Who was going to get hit next? It made all the new hires nervous. Were they going to come back alive? Would insurance cover ...

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Peet’s and Sequence win big at the Interactive Media Awards

Our work with Peet’s Coffee & Tea garnered some buzz on the awards circuit: the all-new peets.com won Interactive Media Awards’ Best in Class in the Consumer Goods category. Sequence and Peet’s teamed up in 2012 to completely re-imagine Peet’s digital presence. Earlier this year, we rolled out an all-new website, including integrated social sharing, an ...

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Act it out!

As children we learn through play. Whether it’s gaining an understanding of our own physical limits (I cannot leap over wide streams, as I learned in the backyard forest of my childhood home, 6 yrs old), or learning how to juggle multiple tasks at once (the restaurant business is a tough one, even with magazine ...

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A Webby Win for Sequence and Food Network

Breaking news: our Food Network On the Road app has nabbed a 2013 Webby in the Lifestyle category for Mobile & Apps! On the Road, which is available for iPhone and iPad, helps adventurous foodies find the restaurants and recommended destinations of their favorite Food Network personalities. With the ability to sort, save, and share, ...

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Design Goes Old School

For designers at Sequence, staying inspired is part of the job. When we’re not creating innovative design solutions for our clients, we’re sniffing out interesting things to see and do on our down time. An example of this constant quest for coolness is when a group of us recently took a crash course in the ...

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