Jul 09, 2008

Katrina Alcorn and Renee Anderson Speak at the Commonwealth Club

Katrina Alcorn, Principal of User Experience and Content at Hot Studio and Renee Anderson, Director of User Experience, spoke at the Commonwealth Club on June 25. Their presentation, “People-Centered Design: Creating Cost-Effective Websites,” focused on how nonprofits and other organizations can make their websites more relevant and compelling to the diverse audiences they serve.

Nov 06, 2008

Hot Moves Up in the Rankings

Hot Studio climbed up the 100 Fastest-Growing Private Companies in the Bay Area list, landing at 52 for this year. In 2007, Hot was ranked at 60.

To make it on the San Francisco Business Times' honor roll, companies must show an exceptional percentage of revenue growth from 2005 to 2007. In that span, Hot put up revenue growth of 92.5 percent, and mushroomed in staff from 13 people to 29.

Jun 01, 2008

Rajan Dev is Announced Hot Studio's New President

Hot Studio announced on May 8, 2008 that Rajan Dev, previously Chief Operating Officer, has taken on the role of President at Hot Studio.

May 01, 2008

Hot Blogs!

We're thrilled to announce our new blog, where we explore issues and trends in design, art, branding, business, anthropology, music, and activism—pretty much anything that asks the question, "What will tomorrow bring?"

The blog is an online forum for exploring with each other and the public. Hot blog is a platform for our thoughts, a newsroom for industry happenings, and a guide to the latest developments in our field.

Get your daily dose on design.

Aug 01, 2007

New Office Digs in San Francisco and New York

After more than ten years in the same space on Folsom Street in San Francisco, Hot Studio is moving to 585 Howard Street on October 1, and opening a second office in New York City.

When Hot was formed in 1997, we were three people occupying 2,700 square feet. When we grew to 15 people in 2003, we expanded our lease to include the office next door, doubling our space to 5,500 square feet.

Jul 01, 2007

Hot Goes Mobile...

Hot Studio is proud to announce the launch of our new mobile site.

Via web enabled wireless devices, including most cell phones, visitors are now able to learn about what we do and who we are, as well as gather simple driving directions and locate parking convenient to our office.

From your mobile device, please check it out at m.hotstudio.com.

Oct 01, 2010

Summer in NYC Just Got Hotter!

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Rajan Dev
President

I would like to introduce Phil Lam, our Principal, Strategy, who joined Hot in August. Phil is responsible for executive leadership of Hot Studio's New York office. He works closely with clients, partners, and Hot Studio project teams.

Aug 16, 2010

Send Hot to SXSWi (We’ll Be Your Best Friends)

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Maria Giudice
CEO & Founder
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SXSW Interactive believes in democracy, so we’re humbly asking your assistance: Please help us stuff their virtual ballot box.

We have six killer topics proposed for the Interactive side of the conference:

May 05, 2010

Hot Studio Debuts on Broadway

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Eric Grant
Director, Visual Design

...520 Broadway, that is.

Our New York office has moved to a bigger space in the heart of Soho—on the corner of Spring and Broadway. We're seven floors above Balthazar, steps away from the original Dean & DeLuca and across the street from Baked by Melissa's famous mini stuffed cupcakes.

Apr 09, 2010

Hello, My Name Is: Brian Cronin

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Brian Cronin
Director, Strategy

Hello. I'd like to introduce myself. I am Brian Cronin and, as of yesterday, I am Hot Studio's Director of Program Planning. I am really excited to join Hot, and having been a great admirer of their work, I take great pleasure in the opportunity to contribute to the team that has produced such great work over the past 10+ years. This is a particularly exciting time to join the Hot team with the launch of the Zinio iPad app and the recent arrivals of Chris Jones, Matt Carlson and Sarah Nelson. There is certainly a buzz in the air. I can't wait to see what comes next!

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