Nevada's Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology (NCET) presents the annual Entrepreneur Expo, an event that promotes the growth of small businesses all over the state of Nevada. This quickly growing event sparked the need for a website redesign that catered towards the brand we created last year for the event. As a proud sponsor of the event, we hope you attend. The Entrepreneur Week (eweek) is set to kick off February 27, 2009 in Las Vegas and March 13, 2009 in Reno.
Noble Studios celebrated its fifth birthday by River Rafting down the South Fork of the American River. It was intense. It was a splash. It was class 3 rapids all the way. Fret not! Danger is our middle name (Get it? Noble Danger Studios).
Produce a realistic software prototype that takes a pre-existing, problematic process – City Utilities – and creates a simple, efficient digital alternative. This prototype is intended to be used in-field by finger / pen input the majority of the time. Create a user interface that could be easily translated across multiple mediums – web, mobile, and desktop.
With one of the largest cash awards pool in America, the Governor's Cup is designed to encourage students of Nevada universities and colleges to act upon their ideas and talents in order to produce tomorrow's businesses. Student teams and their faculty advisor's will compete in undergraduate and graduate divisions for cash prizes of nearly $200,000.
Create a working software prototype capable of replicating real-world workflows common in the field of process piping design. The prototype needed to leverage some of the Autodesk's best existing technologies (already used in various other Autodesk engineering design products), add new tool sets specifically designed for Stella, and integrate contemporary UI design elements.
A ‘digital city' is a collaborative environment created around a detailed 3D model that allows stakeholders from the public, city government, construction, and business communities to work together in a way that is both engaging and meaningful to understand how policy and proposals could impact the urban environment by experiencing the future of the city before it becomes real.
Together with Autodesk & DM Solutions (fusion technology), a UI design company was needed to create five, unique styles that would cater to the diverse Autodesk clientele on an international level. The Autodesk program suite, called Mapguide, would be a web-based software suite that would bridge the UI gap between Europe, Asia, and North America.