Hi! My name is Mike Burrill. I'm the new guy here at Adapted. Since coming here about a month ago I've been working on design, web development and branding projects and it's been awesome. Since we probably haven't met before (or even if we have), here's a few things about myself to help you get to know me better:
I was born and raised in Minneapolis, Minnesota. I once fell through the ice on a frozen lake.
Design, art, music and computers are all big deals to me. I post a lot of design work and music that I like on my Tumblr.
I'm equally obsessed with skateboarding and recently put on a skateboarding-themed poster show at Tarnish & Gold Gallery in Minneapolis.
My favorite animal is the Elk.
Thanks for reading about me. If you'd like more frequent updates about me, you can follow me on Twitter where my name is @mikeburrill.
We are a pretty small team, so while the skills needed to navigate the byzantine maze of office politics are unnecessary, good humor and an affable nature are a must.
If you are interested, please email your resume, references, and work examples to Matthew at email@example.com, along with your salary expectations.
Adapted is an interactive design studio founded in 2008 and based in New York. We work on a wide variety of projects including web design, mobile applications and interactive installations.
We launched a couple new projects recently and added them to our front page, take a look and let us know what you think.
We just finished installing a show at Lazarides Gallery for the artists Faile & Bast. In collaboration with TSFIM, we used assets from the artists to produce approximately 40 animations and interactive vignettes running on ten arcade machines. Faile & Bast covered the arcade machines, walls and basically everything in the gallery with wheat pasted crazy graphics.
So if you're around the Soho neighborhood in London check it out, the address is 8 Greek Street.
Governor of New York Elliot Spitzer? We got this back from the Secretary of State today. Although I'm happy the office saved their money by recycling letterhead, I kind of think the Secretary of State should use accurate forms.