• Credo Restaurant

    After designing the identity and signage for Clint Reilly's new restaurant Credo, we were asked to create a website that captured the ambiance and panache of his hip San Francisco eatery. We mixed typography, photography, embedded videos, sound and color to recreate the restaurant's compelling sense of arrival. Vieni a trovare!

  • Carmel Partners, Inc.

    Carmel Partners is a premier real estate development company. After designing their multi-award winning brochure, Alterpop was asked to undertake the design of their corporate website. The solution was to create a site that is simple, elegant and straightforward - mirroring the clients own style.

  • Catholic Charities CYO

    A feeling of calm pervades the redesign of the Catholic Charities CYO website with black and white photography, limited color, and large clean type. There is a distinctively soft, relaxing and inviting aura. At the same time, the communication is direct and honest, reflecting the values that underpin the charitable organization.

  • Verde Design

    We created this website to highlight Verde Design's vast experience in designing sports facilities. We composed the text and photos into tightly arranged templates to facilitate the in-house maintenance of the site and to suggest the organized process that contributes their success.

  • Thinkshift Communications

    The client wanted a clean and simple HTML coded website editable in Dreamweaver. We added a unique Javascript navigation system and quotes in colorful dialog bubbles that allude to the firm's consultancy services.

  • IDS Real Estate Group

    Specializing in acquiring, developing, managing and marketing southern California commercial and industrial properties, IDS requested that their site be pleasant and inviting with an easy to navigate architecture to present a broad range of information.

  • San Francisco Bay Bird Observatory

    Alterpop designed this site to provide a setting for SFBBO's conservation and public awareness outreach. All the elements and images were chosen to support their message and mission.