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    Digital Sandbox Site Redesign

    The website for Rudin Management’s Digital Sandbox Event Centers was brought up to date with a modern layout and typography, an online request for proposal form and a responsive design that scales to tablets and smartphones. The site is powered by WordPress, enabling Digital Sandbox staff to easily edit and add to the site over time.

    Having suffered severe service outages in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, it was also important for the staff to be able to easily and instantly post emergency messages that display prominently at the top of the site—functionality that North Street was able to integrate into the WordPress backend.

    Built on HTML5, CSS3, H5BP, jQuery and WordPress.

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    Instagram Wall Projection at Nelly’s Black & White Ball

    North Street’s Instagram Wall Projection was recently featured at Nelly’s Black and White Ball (a Synergy Productions event. The wall pulls images tagged with a certain hashtag from both Instagram and Twitter, and displays them in real time (after being filtered through our moderation queue). The Instagram and Twitter projection can be customized with branded imagery and logos, and can be configured to most screen resolutions. We’ve also recently added text tweets into the mix.

    Read about how we created this here. For more information contact us at info@northstreetcreative.com.

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    Instagram + Twitter Installation for Duracell Powermat

    North Street Creative collaborated with Duracell Powermat to create this real-time, interactive Instagram and Twitter wall. Installed at the 40/40 Club in New York, NY on September 12, 2012, the wall was projected onto two of the venue’s massive 9×9-screen displays as well as onto flat-panel TVs throughout.

    Attendees were encouraged to tag their Instagram, Twitter and TwitPic photos with “#PowerHouse4040.” Photos were pushed to the screen in real-time and integrated into the visualization.

    For more information on how we built this, view our previous post or contact us at info@northstreetcreative.com.