October has been very busy for all of our offices at Method, and we've accomplished a lot - from launching new work to making some new hires.
We are excited to announce the launch of Quirky's new website and brand identity. Quirky is a platform for co-creation and commercialization of ideas. Method is proud to have been a part of re-envisioning Quirky and creating a forum for great ideas to be brought to life.
The Museum of Modern Art's newest exhibition, Small Scale, Big Change: New Architectures of Social Engagement, has just opened! Method created the interactive experience to showcase the exhibit, which also appears as a kiosk within the exhibition.
Now in beta, LinkTV's ViewChange.org is a social platform for action. Using the power of video programming, Method helped design a user interface that would easily connect viewers with stories about real people globally.
This month, DivX also launched their rebrand. Method collaborated with DivX to roll out a comprehensive rebrand of their products and services, which now communicates the DivX entertainment experience: bigger, bolder, better.
Congratulations to Sociocast, who was just listed by VentureWire as one of the 50 Start-Ups To Watch. Method is delighted to have designed the brand identity and collaborated on the website that will carry forth with the success of the business.
Method is proud to have won the Gold Mark Award in Digital Media for our work on Showtime Sports Interactive, an interactive TV application for boxing fans. We are also proud to have received a Merit award in the 2010 HOW Promotional Design Awards for the first piece in our 10x10 series, "Cable's Lost Generation."
Method welcomes aboard Keith Miller as our new Director of Client Strategy and Engagement! He will be leading Business Development efforts out of Method's San Francisco studio. Previously, Keith worked with Native Design and frog to find, shape, and deliver successful branded experiences for clients.
We are also excited to have Kaihaan Jamshidi join us as the Director of Strategy. Kaihaan has over 10 years of experience helping businesses integrate band strategy and marketing planning, and will be leading strategy out of our London studio.
We are looking forward to having Raphael Grignani join us soon as our Director of User Experience in San Francisco. Raphael comes from Nokia's Bay-area design studio, which he founded in 2008, and brings a strong understanding and passion for motivating cross-cultural teams to guide the creative process.
Method is still looking to expand our team! Take a look at the job opportunities open at Method.