It’s Lit: Uncorked's Holiday Package

It’s lit. The only words you can really use to describe the latest holiday package from Uncorked.

design, development, news · Feb 23, 2017

The Role of a Producer: A Bias Towards Action

· Feb 6, 2017

Designing Interactive Motion with a Developer’s Point-of-View

I’ve spent a great deal of time over the past couple years generating interactive motion concepts and finding better ways to communicate the intricacies of my output to developers. I’m constantly searching for better ways to maintain the integrity of my work through the migration from concept to code. Any interactive motion designer that’s gone through the process more than once knows that handing over a video file of an After Effects composition and saying, “Do this,” to a developer doesn’t always fly.

design, development · Feb 2, 2017

Winter Lights Festival Cameo no. 3: An exploration of light, sound, touch and technology

For the second year in a row, there will be a community of Portlanders gathering at OMSI for the Winter Lights Festival—an event that illuminates the city’s waterfront with contemporary light-based art installations along with interactive performances and activities. But this year is about more than just light. Uncorked Studios along with Piano Push Play, dotdotdash, Willis + Dupont and ZGF Architects came together to make Cameo no. 3.

design, fabrication, development, News · Feb 1, 2017

Uncorked Studios' Summer Internship Program Turns Six this Year!

If you have an interest in solving problems, building things, and creating products that make the world a little more interesting, you’ll fit right in. (Read this blog post to hear more!) On January 20th, we will be posting our summer internship applications to the web—we’ll accept applications on a rolling basis through 3/15/2017.

design, development, News · Jan 30, 2017

The Pussyhat: Knitters and the Politics of Identity

The Pussyhat is the knitted helmet of a new generation.

News · Jan 23, 2017

Let Your Voice Do the Marching

Even if you can’t make it to the Women’s March on Washington this month, your voice can still be heard

News · Jan 17, 2017

Reflections from the Summer 2016 Internship Program: Lessons on Accessibility

When I started my internship at Uncorked Studios, I was fresh out of a 6-month code school program at Epicodus and knew little of what to expect from the company (or the tech industry at large). What I did know is that I liked the people that I had met and what I saw of their work at Design Week Portland.

development · Jan 4, 2017

Principles for Success in Design and Jazz

While our varied interests and passions in life often appear disparate, they actually share more commonalities than we may realize. While it may seem counterintuitive, pursuing very different interests can expose similarities that help to transfer success from one to the other.

design · Dec 13, 2016

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