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Principal Hans Anderson was joined by a few people with crazy skills and they decided to make things that are beautiful and true. When those things are, they are also powerful for our clients. A multi-disciplinary creative firm, we focus on Brand Identity Design and the Communications that flow from it... signage,… Read More
Principal Hans Anderson was joined by a few people with crazy skills and they decided to make things that are beautiful and true. When those things are, they are also powerful for our clients. A multi-disciplinary creative firm, we focus on Brand Identity Design and the Communications that flow from it... signage, graphics, websites, e-commerce, user interfaces, information architecture, workflows, visual effects, product packaging and software, you name it. Read Less
Hans Anderson began his career in research and design under Douglas Trumbull, the father of visual effects for film, at Entertainment Design Workshop, north of New York City. Serving as CIO for both EDW and later, Mitchell Kriegman (Saturday Night Live, creator of The Rugrats, Clarissa Explains All, Disney's Book … Read More
Hans Anderson began his career in research and design under Douglas Trumbull, the father of visual effects for film, at Entertainment Design Workshop, north of New York City. Serving as CIO for both EDW and later, Mitchell Kriegman (Saturday Night Live, creator of The Rugrats, Clarissa Explains All, Disney's Book of Pooh, Bear in the Big Blue House, and PBS Kids' It's a Big, Big World) at Shadow Projects in Manhattan, Hans helped to pioneer the integration of experimental real-time graphics with film/television production via his expertise in software, systems and information design.

The first use of the technology created by Trumbull, Kriegman, Lacombe, and Hans was the Emmy award-winning Disney television serial, The Book of Pooh(2001).

Most recently, HVANDERSON continues this work with software design and implementation for Nasdaq on Times Square, NYC and the successful first season of PBS's It's a Big Big World in the spring of 2006. Also winning awards and accolades over the last few years, Hans' work was the recipient of a Judges Choice Award this year at the Regional Level of the Addys.

Hans studied English Literature at Wheaton College, undergraduate and graduate work in Literature at the University of Connecticut, with an additional emphasis in Latin. Go figure. Read Less
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