On Air: Christine de Witte & Curtis Schmitt

January 4, 2019 · Blog

"On Air" is an internally produced series of staff interviews that showcase the talent and personalities of the people who keep Clickspring ticking. Our third installment features a conversation between design director Christine de Witte and senior design director Curtis Schmitt. The following banter took place via chat log within our New York office. Curtis Schmitt: We recently discovered we have some things in common. Christine de Witte: That’s true: love of (1) cats, (2) bikes, (3) rectilinear geometry, (4) organization; and (5) lack of a middle name ... read more

Clickspring Sponsors Annual Halloween Charity Bash

November 26, 2018 · Blog, News

With help from the team at Clickspring Design, 733 Collective was able to expand its community reach and create a one-of-a-kind immersive event for Halloween. Dubbed the "Twisted Toy Factory," the event raised $5,000 for City Harvest, a charity which provides food for those in need in the community through food recycling while providing a unique place for kids and adults experience Halloween in a new way. "New York City has always provided for 733 Collective. Not only is it our home, but for all our events we scour the city in search of discarded, forgotten, or otherwise unwanted artifacts ... read more

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‘Around the Horn’ Brings Latest in Broadcast Technology to ESPN

November 13, 2018 · Debuts, Features, News

Augmented reality has taken ESPN's 'Around the Horn' to the next level as part of a program upgrade. With graphics by Girraphic Park and technology from our pals at Vizrt, our design allows for unique interactions of all kinds between panelists in the studio, which is also shared with 'First Take.' Make sure to also check out the snazzy new scoring podium for Tony Reali!

Election Night, Designed by Clickspring

November 9, 2018 · Features, News

If you missed 'Election Night in America' 2018, you missed a lot of Clickspring Design work! Our team had the pleasure of helping NBC News, MSNBC and CNN cover the big event. From redecorating Studio 1A at NBC to transforming the Washington bureau of CNN into the Election Center, we were able to capture the patriotic spirit of election night in many unique ways.