Posted by jamie | April 2, 2014
Working closely with the 2013-14 editors, Tierra and Point Five reimagined the website to facilitate easy reading for legal scholars. Among the site’s principle features are an easy to browse archive, side by side footnote overlays for reference and full HTML articles, an innovation few law journals have attempted to date given the extensive length and annotations of legal scholarship.
In addition to implementing the beautiful new site design by the Point Five team, Tierra developed a highly streamlined publishing process as part of the new custom CMS for the site. Final drafts of edited and approved articles in a Microsoft Word format are uploaded to the CMS and then automatically parsed and rendered as HTML for publishing. Additional documents (PDFs, tables, images) can also be inserted into the HTML.
Hats off to the YLJ editors for their vision, patience, and dedication to this project as well. It was a fantastic collaboration for our teams.
Posted by jamie | September 25, 2013
Cheers to our designers Heidi Adams, developer Gerard Gualberto, and project manager Melissa Wolff who worked hard to launch the redesigned site ahead of Shannon’s recent book tour for Two Nations Indivisible. The new site features Shannon’s media appearances and press mentions, events, excerpts from the book and her widely followed blog – Latintelligence – among other features. Read more about the project here.
Posted by melissa | April 19, 2013
The multi-award winning POETRY app was a nominee in the running for this year’s best mobile app in the Education & Reference category. Now’s your chance to show your love of POETRY. Cast your vote in the Webbys People’s Voice Awards.
The Poetry Foundation’s website, which features the organization’s vast database of poetry, and the Poetry Out Loud website, which supports a national recitation contest co-sponsored by the National Endowment for the Arts, were named as honorees.
The CW Network app was also a Webby honoree in the Entertainment category for tablets and other mobile devices. Tierra enabled these full-episode streaming video apps to be published from the core Tierra-built CMS that powers CWTV.com. Our work supported Phunware and Digitalsmiths as well as the WBTV Digital Media and CBS groups, who led this project.
Posted by melissa | October 22, 2012
The International Academy of the Visual arts recognized two of our projects with Gold Davey Awards — CBS Press Express and Tierra’s new responsive site. Woot woot! The Davey Awards exclusively honor the “Davids” of creativity, the finest small firms, agencies and companies in the world.
Posted by jamie | October 10, 2012
What a great way to celebrate Tierra’s 10th anniversary in business last month. While we were busy re-launching The CW website, we received news that two of our projects were honored with Silver W3 Awards in mid-September.
Even better — one of them was for this (Tierra’s own) website, which we re-launched a few months ago. Hats off to our team that worked on the ‘responsive’ re-design: Gerard Gualberto, Jennifer Over, Heidi Adams and Melissa Wolff.
The second award was for CWingo — a web-based, bingo-type game synced to on-air CW show broadcasts. We collaborated with our friends at Warner Bros. to build CWingo in late 2011 and the game was used throughout last season. It will make a re-appearance this season as well with some upgrades.
So, here’s to the last 10 years of successful collaborations with our clients! Onto the next 10!