Eight Hour Day
Clear has been a partner in PTRX, building and bringing to launch an eHealth platform with content created by clinical therapists for clinical therapists. It provides an efficient way to prescribe remote healthcare regimens for patients & get statistical results for effective follow-up care. It launched with Fairview as its first client, with over 200 providers and tens of thousands of patients using the system.
We just launched three sites for the freshly-minted UMN Health organization. As a collaboration between University of Minnesota Physicians, Fairview Health Services and the University of Minnesota Medical Center, all of the sites are built on the Craft CMS and feed content into multiple other properties within the UMP, UMMC and Fairview ecosystem. The three sites reside at Blogs.UMNHealth.org, Consult.UMNHealth.org and UMNHealth.org.
Gillette Children's Specialty Healthcare
Clear has been an ongoing partner with Gillette, providing technical guidance and full interactive development for the public-facing gillettechildrens.org as well as re-architecting and building their entire corporate intranet, a tool used daily by thousands of their employees at 20 hospitals & clinics around Minnesota.
Clear just launched a revamped site in 2015 for JCP along with eighthourday providing design guidance. This is the fourth iteration of JCP's site that we've had the pleasure to work on. We moved the site, photo management and video projects into Expression Engine, along with migrating the blog over from an aging Blogger account.
Monopoint Media / Gear Junkie
Monopoint Media & GearJunkie are two businesses that Clear helped get off the ground and helped to run on a day-to-day basis for 7 years. We were involved in project pitches, concepting & execution of everything that came through the door. One month we would be coordinating a video shoot or edit, and another month it was a live event or social media promotion. GearJunkie gets about a million pageviews a month and has seen steady growth year-after-year.
Consultancy / Agency
Clear just launched a new site for Antenna, just down the block in Minneapolis' North Loop. Built as a fully-responsive site and Retina-ready, with an admin side sitting on top of the solid Craft CMS platform, this refresh gives Antenna a new platform with which to pursue marketing domination. Definitely a fun refresh to be a part of.
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Peterssen / Keller Architecture
Clear built a second interation for Peterssen / Keller Architecture, a longtime client, with design help by the great folks at eighthourday. It was built as a Retina-ready site using Craft CMS, providing an easy-to-use admin system and easy and quick updates.
Asche And Spencer Music Search
Asche & Spencer creates music. The Asche & Spencer Music Search Engine is a web app that Clear built to let you search their library of thousands of tracks simply and elegantly. It operates by using a weighted-tagging system to collectively rank the results based on the combination of tags that you search with. There's a robust admin system so A&S has full control over all aspects of the tracks in the database.
Acumenium is a boutique interactive design studio in Malibu, California who came to us for the development of their new website. It is built on a CodeIgniter framework using some jQuery love for the gallery view and keyboard controls.
We created a new site for the folks at Logic PD here in Minneapolis. It was a total re-think from the ground up that started with a re-architecture of their existing content, then bringing a fresh, new design into the mix, then built using the Expression Engine CMS.
Launched in June of 2013, we delivered a new site for a great creative shop here in Minneapolis, Capsule. It is built using responsive techniques, so the site is tailored for desktop, tablet and mobile. It includes support for Retina devices, and is managed by the Expression Engine CMS.
Taco John’s Potato Olé Maniacs
Staged launch from July - Nov 2009
Using the power of social media, this branch of TacoJohns.com encouraged the viewer to upload their videos, give yourself a Frolé out of a Potato Olé & test your madlib skills, all in the name of the potato.
Mrs. Meyers Video Player
Launched in December, 2008
This was a fun little project for the folks at mono that was built as a mini-campaign for Mrs. Meyers' cleaning products. The video player showed Thelma at her best, giving her highly needed perspective on all matters of house, home & life in general.
Produced throughout 2008/09
Various internal Flash projects produced for PepsiCo's intranet. Most were data-driven, such as this one which created a versatile map with the various company offices around the world, all ticked to their current viewers time zone along with visual elements like dynamic daylight/nighttime and daylight savings adjustment.
Launched 2007/08 Season
Clear worked with Industrio/Gage on the relaunch of the Larson Boats 2007/08 site. It utilized an XML data structure for bringing in visual assets, allowing for tons of asset re-use. The main navigation, boat navigation and photo galleries were all integrated into the same file making for a super-efficient user experience.
Launched in November, 2005
Developed in tandem with Brian at Form and Logic, this was a revamp of LS Black Constructors' online presence, the main goal to provide consistency and class to their portfolio of work.
Launched in 2003
One of our earlier Flash projects, we built this microsite for Rossignol's launch of their new line of ski's, the Zenith. It allowed for people to view various parts of the skis, check out the technical specs & keep that excitement with some download wallpapers.
Sesame Street Workshop
Trafficked in October, 2009
Sesame Street's 40th anniversary is a big deal, so coinciding with a re-launch of their website, we helped mono push out a ton of online ads to help direct parents and their children to the new site.
OAR - Of A Revolution
Lava Records / Inflatable3
Launched in November, 2007
We worked with the fine folks at Inflatable3 to build up a new data-driven site for the band OAR. Full-album media player, video players, dynamic contests & flyering was all driven by a crazy cool server-side that was powered by Chime.
Launched in early 2004
We worked with Brian Adducci & Dan Bagenstoss at Capsule to build them a new site in Flash 5 (!). Definitely a team exercise and we were glad to work amongst such talented folks.
Launched in January, 2006
We re-launched Dispatch's online presence. The band had broken up in 2002, but came together for a set of reunion concerts in 2007, for which this project was the official kick-off. The fully data-driven Flash site was home to tons of their media from years past, with video, photos and full albums for downloading & streaming, all powered by Chime.
Zeiss Victory RF
Launched in July, 2008
This is one in a series of 3 micro-sites that were created for Zeiss through Pocket Hercules. One of the cool features was to show how their rangefinder binoculars would detect the range of things in your field-of-view. We built a method to detect the color saturation of a group of pixels and it would estimate the range of what you're looking at.
Created in 2006
Developed Flash content for the 2006 Arctic Cat Winter relaunch for Periscope. We worked alongside the in-house development team to freshen up the online presence for the brand, with the other seasonal lines taking the same template as this Winter Launch.
Created in 2006
Built with a small team at Cue, Clear helped with the online re-brand of Campbell Mithun, an agency with a storied 70-year history.
Primo / Pabst Brewing
Launched in November, 2007
Created with Play & Citizen for Pabst Brewing, this was the online re-launch of the immensely popular Hawaiian beer brand, Primo.
Ban The Speed Shop
Launched in September, 2009
BanTheSpeedShop.com was launched with Pocket Hercules as an online guerilla-marketing campaign for the new line of Pearl Izumi P.R.O Edition cycling apparel.
Mongoose / Pacific Bicycles
Pitched in 2008
This banner campaign concept was presented in conjunction with Pocket Hercules to Pacific Bikes in 2008 as a way to show concepts for a possible upcoming campaign.