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Month: October 2015

New Companies This Week – October 12, 2015

Image courtesy of Mark Fredrickson

Image courtesy of Mark Fredrickson

You were hungry for more amazing illustrators, VendorDB delivers!

Graphic artists! Peter and Maria Hoey & Jan Feindt .

Iconography & infographics! Anders Wenngren & Greg Mably.

Realism! Lonnie Busch Product, & Jeffrey Smith.

And so many more areas of expertise.  Check ’em out.

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Alison Seiffer
Anders Wenngren
Andy Ward
Anthony Freda
Asaf Hanuka
Bernard Maisner
Blue Cactus Films
Brian Ajhar
Bruce Morser
Cara Petrus
Celia Johnson
Chi Birmingham
Christian Northeast
Dahl Taylor
Daniel Baxter
Daniel Hertzberg
David Brinley
David Vogin
Echo Chernik
Elizabeth Traynor
Eva Vazquez
Greg Mably
Gwen Keraval
Hal Mayforth
Hugh Syme
Jakob Hinrichs
James O’Brien
James Steinberg
Jan Feindt
Jean-Francois Podevin
Jean-Manuel Duvivier
Jeffrey Smith
Jim Tsinganos
John Pirman
John S. Dykes
Jon Reinfurt
Jonathan Carlson
Justine Beckett
Kate Forrester
Laszlo Kubinyi
Lonnie Busch Product
Marc Rosenthal
Mark Fredrickson
Martin Ansin
Matthieu Forichon
Michael Cho
Michael Witte
Nigel Buchanan
Noah Woods
Peter and Maria Hoey
Peter Horjus
Phil Foster
Phil Wrigglesworth
Rafael Ricoy
Raul Allen
Raul Arias
Robert de Michiell
Robert Neubecker
Ryan Huddle
Ryan Snook
Shaw Neilson
Stephanie Dalton Cowan
Stuart Briers
Todd Detwiler
Traci Daberko
Whitney Sherman
Yao Xiao
Yuta Onoda

New Companies This Week – October 4, 2015

Image courtesy of Bernhard Deckert Photography

Image courtesy of Bernhard Deckert Photography

Summer may be over but don’t be sad, VendorDB is staying hot with great new companies.

Don’t think of getting into product design or prototyping without first calling Tomorrow Lab and 3D Brooklyn.

Use VendorDB to help you find the best photography in the biz.  Exhibit A = Eye Forward IncTim Jones PhotographyCliff Watts.

And if you need to create an amazing environment, from in-store all the way up to a massive outdoor festival, trust CHEMISTRY CREATIVE.

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3D Brooklyn
4C Insights
A2 Type
April Hughes
Backyard Bill
Ben Fouassier
Bernhard Deckert Photography
Blood & Co
Carli Davidson
Catherine Collins
Chole Aftel Studio
Chris Litwin Photography
Christopher Anderson
Christopher Griffith Studio
Cliff Watts
Craig Ward
DDB Espania
Doug Rosa
Dwight Eschliman
el taier DDB
Elite Court Reporting Agency
Emeis Deubel
Ericka Mcconnell Photography
Eye Forward Inc
Gameyan Studios
Graham Lott Photography
Joint Effort Marketing
Marketing Non-Profits.Com
Phoenix Film
Red Van Workshop
Scott Greer
Slanted Studios
Small Design Firm
Tim Jones Photography
Tomorrow Lab
vinyl impression
Yantram Studio

Partner Spotlight – Reddyset

The partner spotlight is a weekly series where we go behind the scenes with some of the companies that make VendorDB great. Next up is Reddyset!

The Vitals

Name: Reddyset
Location: New York, NY
Founded: 2007
Specialties: Banner Ads, Motion Design, Animation, Development

What inspired you to start your company?

We really enjoyed creating motion design for the web, and we knew that most big companies needed banner ads. It became very fun to produce high-quality animations within the technical limitations of media buys. Having millions of people interact with your work is also a neat aspect of the business.

What was the first job someone hired you for?

A screensaver that searched Flickr for images of Converse and rotated them randomly in a continuous loop. This was a really quick job with a big impact. The code was concise, the animation was slick, and the client loved it. At one point it was running on everyone’s computer in the office and we were really satisfied with the results.


How has the business changed since you started?

We actually started with a lot of application programming. Our previous work included dashboards, widgets, editors and the like. When Flash began to wane, we focused heavily on banner ads because they were stylistic and profitable. It has been a welcome change, as we’ve become HTML5 animation experts through the process as well.

What emerging tech trend will have the biggest impact on your business?

This one is pretty obvious for anyone in the advertising industry. The true end of Flash is upon us, which means that publishers, agencies, and developers need to reconfigure workflows for HTML5 banners. This is great in a lot of ways, including creating opportunities across the board, but the lack of standardization with the ad serving platforms causes plenty of tedious work that had been previously ironed out with Flash. Eventually this pain period will pass, though, and we’ll be back to focusing solely on making banners look great with HTML5.

What advice do you have for agency producers or creatives?

Talk to your developers about technical restrictions before showing anything to the client. Nothing is more stressful than making a promise that can’t be fulfilled. A quick conversation with the developers at the onset of a project can save a boatload of headaches later.


Care to share a joke?

Why did the banner ad cross the road? Click here to find out more.

What does the future look like for Reddyset?

We’re going to remain focused on motion design for the web. There are a lot of upcoming technologies that developers will stretch to their limits and we want to be a part of that growth. Ultimately it is taste that creates good work, and technology is the vehicle, but we love that web animation capabilities will keep expanding.


You can learn more about Reddyset on VendorDB and at

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