Clickspring’s international clientele demands a team that has extensive expertise in multiple design disciplines — broadcast, experiential, architecture, branded interior, theater, retail, event, graphic, and virtual reality. Using this broad knowledge base collaboratively makes it possible for us to excel at projects around the world that range from a 600 square-meter TV news broadcast environment in Jiangsu, China, to a corporate branded interior in St. Louis, to a site-specific event in Times Square.

Our skill sets include project design and visualization (3D models, photo-realistic renderings and graphics), CAD drafting, preparation of outline specifications, bid review, shop drawing review and construction observation, all of which are in-house capabilities.

We handle an impressive range of current software programs, including (but not limited to) Autodesk AutoCAD and Revit, Cinema 4D, Sketchup, Adobe Creative Suite, and several have even mastered Microsoft Office. Believe it or not, many of us can still draw a mean napkin sketch with a magic marker or a pencil to get the process going. Whatever it takes to get the job done.

These rendering skills support WYSIWYG: what you see is what you get. The renderings and drawings we provide our clients really do show how the finished environment will look, because nobody likes those other kinds of surprises. All design documents are held to rigorous standards, ensuring that build and installation go (literally) according to plan.

The staff is a collection of talent that hails from around the US and the world: New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Iowa, Louisiana, the Netherlands, Turkey, China, Lebanon, and of course, Texas. Their personal interests include (among other things): clocks, B-movies, guitars, accordions, hammer dulcimers, costumes, dogs, cats, fish, grill-master competitions, bad jokes, bike gangs, and various forms of art and alcohol.

Clickspring’s diverse team shares a singular vision: programs and the environments they inhabit, when thoughtfully designed, can produce a powerful communication tool — an extended, measurable, and transformative experience.