Looking Back Before Charging Ahead

Can you believe it’s 2012? Or twenty twelve if you prefer. It’s been a whirlwind of a year for Bad Feather. Looking back it’s hard to believe how much we’ve done.

We moved our operations from the Gowanus Canal to DUMBO before nestling into a sunlit studio atop a brownstone in Park Slope. By April we were up and running on some great new projects and Heather was featured in the CRAVE NYC Guide among “more than 100 women you need to know”. Summer slipped by in a haze of web design and development, but not before we received word that the identity we designed for the Poetry Project was chosen for LogoLounge Volume 7, due out in the Summer of 2012. In September Brad stepped back into his teaching shoes and created “Fundamentals of Web Design”, a new class in the design curriculum of the Fordham University Visual Arts Department. The Fall saw the launch of several new websites to add to the queue of great projects from 2011.

If you haven’t had a look at our work in a while, check it out. We’ve had the opportunity to work with some truly incredible arts & culture and non-profit organizations over the past year and there are still more portfolio updates to come.

We’re not really ones for resolutions, but we are excited about the possibilities that 2012 holds. After all, we’re only getting badder.