Horizon Interactive Award Won!

Raka won a Horizon Interactive Award for the EDT Digital Shredder Demo that we created. Using Flash, video and custom 3D modeling and animation, we created a cohesive presentation that goes through the benefits of the Digital Shredder and its applications for corporations and the United States government. We are very excited by the recognition from this international competition. Additionally, we launched two Flash pieces for TJX on their HomeGoods.com website. Integrating video and imagery proved to be a challenge…

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Welcome Charlie!

Another wunderkind(er) joins the fold! We’re very happy to welcome Charlie Howell, late of Bresette + Company, formerly of wunderkind studios. Charlie’s mix of fresh design, animation and 3-D chops will help propel Raka towards our goal of world domination. It was a really busy day for us, because we also launched Summer Art Circle, a new community site for summer associates at New York law firms, focused on patronage of the arts and all they have to offer in…

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Welcome Zang!

Raka is pleased to announce the addition of Zang Garside as Partner and Director of Technology for the studio. The former Director of Technology for Wunderkind Studios in Portsmouth and Alchemy Creative Studios in Boston, Zang brings over ten years of experience in interactive technology to Raka. Read more about Zang.

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The Big Bang

It?s been a busy few months for us here at Raka. We’ve worked with over 25 clients this quarter on projects ranging from logo design and branding, to total website redesigns, to Flash tours and ads. In addition to that, we have launched this version of our own website (which we promise to expand into a more robust presentation as soon as we can!) and moved into a beautiful new office space in the heart of downtown Portsmouth, NH! We…

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The Beginning

Today we incorporated Raka as a limited liability corporation. We’re hoping to continue where we left off at Wunderkind Studios (the company both Dan and Duncan worked for from 1999 to 2003) and turn out some of the best interactive design work on the Internet today. We promise to have a full website up and running soon, showing off our best work and explaining how we came to name Raka after our friend and mentor, Stephen Rakaseder.

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