Goodbye and Hello…

Whitehouse and Company (WandCo) is no more. If you are seeking experiential graphic design services, Ben Whitehouse is a Creative Director at Two Twelve NYC. Roger and Helga are enjoying jet-setting between New York and San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. Feel free to say hello.

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Design & the Senses

Today Roger Whitehouse spoke to current students and faculty at Parsons School of Design in New York City. He discussed how lessons learned at The Lighthouse project, in New York, were invaluable to understanding that perceptions on how people encounter spatial environments are not universal.

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Ghost – A Blogging Platform

At Whitehouse & Company we believe in Open Source technology. We use WordPress for almost every website we design as it is a rock solid CMS which allows our clients to actually use their websites to interact with audiences, rather than create static experiences. WordPress started, back in 2003 when we were still using the free blogging system… Continue reading Ghost – A Blogging Platform

Website Update

Back in 2002, the web was a fairly volatile place. Web standards had just been introduced and the internet was in flux with new coding strategies and methodologies. Since 2002 we have seen incredible advances in both the way websites are made as well as a substantial change in what they are made out of. This… Continue reading Website Update

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Help Japan

W+K Studio is donating all of the profits of their Help Japan Poster for relief support. Buy one today.

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Gap Rebrands. Default Gradients Everywhere Rejoice

Dropping its time tested and 20 year old logo, The Gap (now simply GAP) has re-branded with what may be the most boring re-brand since… ever really. Dropping their iconic stretched serif logo for one which is remarkably like American Apparel’s logo (also Helvetica, also black, and also tightly kerned) What I find most confusing… Continue reading Gap Rebrands. Default Gradients Everywhere Rejoice

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