- New Cooking eBook Launched
- CFR iOS 7 App Released!
- Concentric Studio signs new engagement with Alta Editions
- New CFR iPhone App Released!
- Martha is a Webby Winner!
- Too busy… Can’t talk!
- The New CFR.org Website Launches!
- 2011 Martha Stewart Holiday Gift Guide Launches
- And the winner is…
- Foreign Affairs Mobile Site Released
About Concentric Studio
Concentric Studio is an interactive agency specializing in the planning, design and development of websites and other interactive applications. Founded by Sumin Chou and Glen LaFortune, Concentric Studio helps companies create compelling user interfaces that target company objectives and aim to maximize bottom-line results. For more information, please contact us.
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Friday, Mar 27, 2009: 10:13pm
Very cool collection of vintage beer cans over on Flickr
Thursday, Mar 19, 2009: 9:46am
Foreign Affairs rings the Opening Bell
Gideon Rose, managing editor of Foreign Affairs, recently presided over the NASDAQ opening bell to celebrate the launch of the magazine’s new website designed by Concentric Studio. Find out more about the opening bell event here and watch the video.
Tuesday, Mar 17, 2009: 3:33pm
Concentric Studio unveils newly redesigned website for Foreign Affairs Magazine
Concentric Studio’s redesign of the esteemed Foreign Affairs Magazine was recently launched amidst growing interest and buzz within the foreign policy community. The full press release is available below.Continue Reading This Post
Thursday, Mar 12, 2009: 9:46pm
New Foreign Affairs site launches
Concentric Studio’s latest design project—the site redesign of Foreign Affairs, the flagship publication from the Council on Foreign Relations is now live at www.foreignaffairs.com. Our case study for Foreign Affairs is now posted on our site. The site was developed by Palantir, a Chicago based firm selected by Foreign Affairs, that builds custom interactive web sites, database applications, and software.
Thursday, Mar 5, 2009: 2:15pm
GE gets 3D
(Though… we do have to agree with some initial comments about the fact that millions of people are now printing out paper to see this work. Not very green…)