In a move to expand their interactive and tactical offerings, Legwork, Denver recently added two new partners, Matt FaJohn and Matt Wiggins, both formerly employed at FL2 in Denver. The new additions enhance a diversely skilled, well rounded team with capabilities including print design, interactive design + development, motion design and marketing strategy. With several new opportunities in 2010, this is both a necessary and exciting addition for Legwork.
Matt FaJohn brings 12 years of industry experience, serving most recently as the Senior Strategist at FL2. He approaches each opportunity from both the creative and strategic facets of new media advertising and excels at understanding business objectives and market direction. He is also a faculty member at Boulder Digital Works and a member of the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences. Past clients include Airwalk, Vision Street Wear, Sims Snowboards, Boa Technology, Sony Pictures, Paramount, Vail Resorts, Boston Market, National Parks Foundation, Modernista!, Fallon, and Westin Resorts. His work has been awarded Communication Arts Annual, FWASOTD, Webby, SXSW, IMA and been featured in/on CSS Remix, .Net Magazine, Design Charts, and W3.
Matt Wiggins brings 10 years of experience as a multi-disciplinary web developer and technical director. He is also a freelance writer for Web Designer Magazine. Past clients include Google, Disney, Sony, Boa Technology, Boston Market, Subaru, National Parks Foundation, Modernista!, Fallon, and Westin Resorts. His work has been awarded Communication Arts Annual, FWASOTD and been featured in/on Web Designer Magazine, .Net Magazine, Design Charts, W3 and Smashing Magazine.
This short film for Lego celebrates the eureka moment, what they call a ‘Click moment.’ At its conclusion, the film invites you to visit legoclick.com a great collection of ideas meant to inspire you further.
Bogusky’s son put the trash out too early the night before the garbageman was to come and one of his Boulder neighbors got angry about it, leaving him a nasty note on his front door. The neighbor’s theory, it seems, is that a bear would be lured to the garbage – then have to be put down because of its close proximity to humans. Since the note was left unsigned, Bogusky was left to fashion the following response and post it on telephone poles around his neighborhood. You can be further entertained by reading the full story on Alex Bogusky’s Posterous site.