Our Bold Redesign

Our Bold Redesign
You might have noticed that our blog has a new sheen to it. The updated colors, fonts, and overall look are a small part of the big overhaul we gave our web presence recently. If you haven’t, please check out Sequence.com. Parallax scrolling and new case studies await you.

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Leap Motion takes the world (and your computer) by storm

Mashable is calling Leap Motion “the future of desktop computing”. Engadget called them the Beatles of SXSW. At Sequence, we’re fortunate to call them amazing clients.

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Holiday Special: The Dogs of Sequence

Perhaps you’ve seen our 2012 holiday card. Maybe in your email, or on the world wide web. It features a certain goofy pup that’s near and dear to all of our hearts. (And apparently lots and lots of hearts out there on the internet, as well.) But it’s not just a one-dog town around here.

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Going for Gold at Cut&Paste

We have an empty desk at Sequence SF this week. Sr. Visual Designer Tom Gurka (previously of Dodgeball 2012 fame) is headed to NYC to represent SF (and AMERICA) in the Cut&Paste Global Championships.

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Election Coverage Roundup, Sequence-Style

Sequencers were as impassioned about yesterday’s final tally as the rest of America, but in addition to biting our nails about the electoral college, we had our eye on something special – election coverage design. Whether it was CNN’s interactive touchscreen or New York Times‘ amazingly informative infographics, today’s water cooler talk was as much ...

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Smells Like Team Spirit

What brought folks from seventeen San Francisco design firms, with coordinated sweat and armbands, to a field early on a foggy Friday morning? Not an artsy version of “The Hunger Games,” but Design Dodgeball 2012.

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A Look at Skeuomorphic Design

I recently came across a perplexing word: skeuomorphism. I suppose the biggest surprise to me was that it wasn’t already a part of my vocabulary, since it actually describes a very common phenomenon in every area of design. Wikipedia defines it as such: “A skeuomorph, or skeuomorphism, is a derivative object that retains ornamental design ...

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New Logitech Smart Radio App is Music to Our Ears

Even if our CD collections are collecting dust, we’re more connected to our music than ever. The problem is, it’s never in one place. We have a great playlist going on Spotify, a new album we just downloaded, and a station we really love on last.fm. Which is why we were so excited when the ...

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Sequence takes Food Network “On the Road”

Food Network fans, foodies, and anyone who actually likes to eat – Sequence has some good news for you. The new Food Network On the Road app just launched in the Apple App Store, and with it, a whole new way of discovering all the top-notch, trusted restaurant recommendations from Food Network chefs and stars. ...

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Surprise! or Design?

I’ve been thinking a lot recently about the role “surprise” plays in design and business strategy. Last month, the Sequence SF office was treated to a lunchtime talk by Soren Kaplan, the author of a new book called Leapfrogging: Harness the Power of Surprise for Business Breakthroughs. He was in town to deliver a Ted ...

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The Name of the Game

If I had a nickel for every time we got excited about a new naming project, I would have a lot of nickels. If I had a nickel for every time a naming project was more complicated than our clients expected, I would have really a lot of nickels.

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Sequence in the News: Three Big Awards for Two Fantastic Clients

We at Sequence love what we do. Which is why it’s so rewarding when we hear that other people love what we do, too. While we’ve been busy working on lots of fun digital experiences we can’t wait to share with you, several of our projects picked up some great press and awards. Lytro.com received top ...

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