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The Office of Max Carmichael stands head and shoulders above its competition by proudly partnering with world-class visual designers and prototype developers to ensure uniquely elegant and innovative designs.
Visual Designers

Brian Christensen

Teradata Viewpoint: Workload Monitor

Brian, who designed the Continuuity app platform and the Teradata Viewpoint portal theme, including elegant visual design for over twenty Viewpoint portlets, is one of the great information designers of our time.


If/Then

Puget Sound Energy: PSE.com

This award-winning Seattle studio created the visual design for PSE.com, our consumer website for Puget Sound Energy.


Gabe Campodonico

ArthurAndersen.com

Gabe is a brilliant, detail-oriented young designer who created stylish yet rigorous visual systems for the NetAcumen Informer, 1View Network's Financial Planner, and ArthurAndersen.com.


Jeff Zwerner

nHabit.com

Jeff, founder of the San Francisco office of the highly respected Hamburg firm Factor Design, created the visual design for furniture retailer nHabit.com and directed the design for the NetAcumen Informer, 1View Network's Financial Planner, and ArthurAndersen.com. He went on to become Senior Vice President at Palm, and is now Principal at Zwerner Office.


Stuart Rogers

Nike Futbol

Stuart, who first worked with Max at vivid studios in San Francisco, created the visual designs for Arthur Andersen KnowledgeSpace and Nike Futbol. He is now a partner in RED, a full-service design studio in New York City.

Prototype Developers

Pascal Balthrop

Teradata Viewpoint: Process Health

The multi-talented Mr. Balthrop, who built DHTML prototypes of groundbreaking screen interactions for Teradata Viewpoint and the prototype for My PSE, is also leader of the popular Brooklyn band, Balthrop Alabama.


Jason Hickner

NetAcumen Informer

Jason is an artist and inventor who built the revolutionary NetAcumen Informer and the ArthurAndersen.com prototype. The Andersen prototype was inspired by his early experiments with DHTML, which are now in the permanent collection of New York's Museum of Modern Art.


John Weir

1View Network Financial Planner

John, who built the industry-first product carousel for nHabit.com and the 1View Network Financial Planner, went on to design and build the award-winning International Herald Tribune site.

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