As early as the 8th century, Japanese artists have written a form of poetry, known as tanka, that strive to accurately express their thoughts, emotions, and aesthetic. Much of a tanka’s success is found in the artist’s ability to skillfully present his ideas through meticulous penmanship and purposefully chosen paper and ink. This methodology is in the heart of our work. We deliver user-focused experiences by pairing thoughtfully crafted designs with today’s most effective technologies.
It’s not because of too much coffee, good old NYC sirens or noisy neighbors. We’re living and working in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, where passionate and creative people surround us. We’re members of a culture that devotes itself, sometimes obsessively, to finding the best possible ingredients in life and transforming them into truly great experiences. It’s this excitement and our eagerness to be a part of it that keeps us tossing and turning.
We take pride in crafting the best digital experiences for our clients and their users. Design is not a science and we enjoy collaborating with our clients to turn their project into a memorable experience. We’re attentive to every detail and leave no pixel behind on our journey to produce the best work we can.
Every craftsman covets his toolbox. Here’s what’s inside ours.
Web & Interactive
Web & Interactive - Wireframing - User Experience - User Interface
Visual Identity - 3D Modeling - Animation - Sound
Open Standards/HTML - Flash - CMS Implementation - Server Setup
Video Production - Cross-browser Testing
Design and development by TANKA. Check out this HTML5 site just launched. A new chapter will be released each... http://t.co/POCK5lRcB7
Tibetan Monks Painstakingly Create Incredible Mandalas Using Millions of Grains of Sand http://t.co/ftL9W3X52I
End of an Era for NYC Artists & Designers: Pearl Paint Closes http://t.co/VTPDtFzNll
Rolex: How a 109-Year-Old Brand Thrives in the Digital Age http://t.co/zOJI0fvmpi
Skyscraper concept blocks the sun with hundreds of retractable umbrellas http://t.co/1bdGXsjn1W
Impermanent Animal Murals Drawn with Chalk and Oil Pastel by Philippe Baudelocque http://t.co/OqS7oumZE8
How Blum Overcomes the Assembly Issue: By Designing their Own Assembly Devices http://t.co/eA2d5rY8Ol
Clever Newspaper Ad Creates Optical Illusion of a 3D Kitchen http://t.co/TWkZ7sF6JP
Iceland's HiddenWorld Textiles: Architecture-inspired prints from graphic designer María Rut Dýrfjörð http://t.co/QxKYwrBh7e
Remembering Ayrton Senna http://t.co/IBzwxp7qV0