Clickspring Wins Big at 2019 Broadcast Production Awards

July 22, 2020 · Awards, Blog, News

The results are in for NewscastStudio's Broadcast Production Awards, and we're proud of another record-setting showing! With three winning projects and four honorable mentions submitted across four categories, this year's awarded sets are some of the most visible and dynamic environments we have designed to date. Thank you to our clients, staff, and partners that allowed these projects to earn the recognition they deserve! ... read more

Clickspring Designers Stay Creative in Quarantine

July 21, 2020 · Blog

What have we been up to in quarantine? Finding creative ways to exercise newly learned skills! Danielle and Jacob, designers in our Austin office, submitted work for an architectural drawing challenge called HomeTown by Archisource. The brief of this project was to create an isometric drawing which speaks to your experiences and inspirations in quarantine. In between time spent working on projects, our staff have been honing their Cinema4D abilities. ... read more


June 29, 2020 · Blog Pride. Our diverse body of work would be impossible without celebrating the diversity within our studio. To all of our LGBTQ+ and allied staff, thank you for making us Clickspring.... read more


June 10, 2020 · Blog

We condemn police brutality and systems of oppression against people of color. We know that words are nothing without action, so we will continue to challenge ourselves to play a sustained role in the fight against racial injustice. ... read more

Clickspring Pets Adapt to Work From Home

May 28, 2020 · Blog The past few months have been a period of adjustment for all of us at Clickspring Design. We are working from home and learning to adapt to video calls instead of face-to-face meetings... and so are our pets! Our pets convened without us for a happy hour last week to discuss the future of broadcast set design and corporate branded interiors. Check out this screen grab from their Zoom meeting! Most of them were able to get video and audio set up correctly, but others seemed to have a tougher learning curve (looking at you Carlow and Rhona). Only a few were caught napping (Bee, Cheeto, Max, Babs, and River), three were highly overwhelmed (Lulu, Cloudy, and Cutesie), and two ... read more