Bright Bright Great is excited to continue work with Black Spectacles, an online learning platform for architecture & design.
Black Spectacles was actually one of Bright Bright Great’s first clients in 2007. (View our original branding and design work for Black Spectacles here.) Our team originally focused on branding and initial art direction and are excited to continue to work with the Black Spectacles team, to revamp the design, improve UX (user experience) and usability.
Black Spectacles not only offers educational content produced in-house, but also partners with the American Institute of Architects, architects, and the best design firms in the world to create ARE® practice testing software and tutorials.
“Great design gives you instant credibility. We hear all the time how beautiful our site is, and I can usually tell that whomever says it, thinks we are a few notches bigger, a few notches more profitable and a few notches more successful, because we have a killer site & brand.”
BBG is excited to announce the launch of bb7’s new website, company photography and revitalized brand.
bb7 is a leading product design and development lab based in Madison, Wisconsin. The original Bjorksten Labs was founded in 1944 and merged with Bit 7 in 2000 to form what is now bb7.
As a part of this project, we refined bb7’s logomark and internally branded documents and redesigned their website including custom iconography to provide structure and clarity to the multitude of services that bb7 offers.
We also did a photoshoot of their products, their teams, and their office to give visitors a better perspective on exactly who bb7 is and what they do.
BBG is excited to announce the launch of 4C Insights‘ new website.
Just in time for their feature in Crain’s, 4C’s new site gives visitors a complete perspective of the specialized tools and solutions available.
4C is a data science company that’s leading the convergence of TV and digital media with software for advertisers, agencies, media companies, and content owners. See what 4C CMO Aaron Goldman had to say about the project on our testimonials page.
BBG refined 4C’s color palette, designed a new art direction and web presence, and did photography for their leadership team and office. You can get a better feel for the interactions by visiting 4C’s live site.
Assistance League is a non-profit women’s organization that been serving underprivileged children and their families in Los Angeles for almost 100 years. It’s always an honor when we get to work with organizations that are working to make the world a better place, and the wonderful team at Assistance League could not have been more enjoyable to work with.
In creating a new site that makes donations and membership processing easier on their team and makes news and events easier to share and discuss, we worked hard to create a site for Assistance League of Los Angeles that not only provides a new look, but reinforces and improves the sense of community for all the women who give their time to the League’s activities.