About Hauck Interactive, Inc.
Hauck Interactive, Inc. was founded in 2006 to provide interactive branding, concept design, Web development services, search engine optimization, and consultation for a variety of different clients, including New York University, Showtime Networks, and TorchBearer Sauces. We believe in utilizing clean, simple design for best conveying the message, utilizing social media without generating noise, and staying on top of emerging technologies in an ever-changing digital landscape.
About Rich Hauck
Rich Hauck is Creative Director of Hauck Interactive and has been designing and developing websites, kiosks, and games since 1999. His work has been featured in the Creativity 33 and 34 annuals, The Communicator Awards, and Prix Ars Electronica. He has completed projects for clients such as Showtime Networks, Bloomberg, L.P., and Broadway Video, Digital Media.
Rich is also an adjunct instructor in the graphic design program at Harrisburg Area Community College and organizes the annual BarCamp Harrisburg at Harrisburg University.
Rich has a Master's Degree from the Interactive Telecommunications Program at New York University and received a bachelor's degree in Humanities/Communications from Pennsylvania State University.
Select Client List
- Bloomberg, L.P.
- Broadway Video Digital Media
- East Media
- Fathom Studio
- Harrisburg University
- Law Office of Marielle Hazen
- New York University Tisch School of the Arts
- Showtime Networks
- TorchBearer Sauces
Hauck Interactive, Inc.
269 N. Johnson St.
Harrisburg, Pa. 17112
Albert Michaels Conservation sought a website redesign that complimented their breathtaking work in conservation and restoration. Hauck Interactive gave AlbertMichaels.com a refreshing new look by integrating illustrations, updating the photography, revising the text, and implementing a clean motion design.
Hauck Interactive designed this website to both feature and complement the custom jewelry's organic inspiration. Custom photography was added to help help put the jewelry's unique details in the forefront.
Hauck Interactive partnered with Factory44 to bring a Harrisburg-centric photography community to the capitol of Pennsylvania. The site features hundreds of registered members, thousands of uploaded photographs, and has been featured in Harrisburg Magazine and The Patriot News.
Hauck Interactive worked with NYC-based technologist Mohit Santram and developed a logo for this annual awards ceremony that recognizes New York City's leaders in the catering industry.
HII worked with this New York-based non-profit to develop a logo and identity that exhibited creativity and collaboration. HII also designed and developed their website, which features the research the organization has supported.
Hauck Interactive provided a website redesign for Broadway Video Digital Media, the industry leader of digital distribution and encoding solutions. The site provides useful information for existing and potential clients, as well as a blog for the company's principals.
Hauck Interactive worked with The Claim Funding Group to develop a website that complemented their existing print materials. The site features custom animations and an online form for enabling visitors to apply for a loan.
Hauck Interactive built a website for Sinvin Real Estate to stylishly exhibit their past transactions, as well as search active real estate listings by neighborhood or keyword. Each listing includes a photo gallery and embedded map.
The Hofmann Trust sought to promote the understanding of Hans Hofmann's extrodinary artwork through an official site for the painter. Hauck Interactive used a simple, clean layout to let the artwork stand out, built a content management system, and created a custom-built form that allows for a detailed catalogue submission with image attachment.
Hauck Interactive provided a Website redesign to give site visitors a taste of what delicious dishes the award-winning Hershey Pantry restaurant has to offer. The Website features all custom photography alongside a content manager to allow the Pantry staff to make menu updates on their own.
Hauck Interactive designed and developed the primary site for Hopelab, a non-profit organization based out of Redwood City, CA. The design incorporates Hopelab's branding, features dynamic Flash animations, a content management system, and a WordPress blog.
As one of the most experienced elder law practitioners in Central Pennsylvania, Linda Anderson was looking to refresh her firm's website. Hauck Interactive generated an easy-to-navigate architecture and built a site that is more accessible than its predecessor.
The Pennsylvania Association of Elder Law Attorneys (PAELA) turned to Hauck Interactive to build an online presence that would help keep their members in touch with one another. The website allows members to access password-protected content, manage their contact information, and control their mailing list preferences.
This suburban Pittsburgh apartment complex needed an online identity that stood out from the competition and brought attention to their affordable and spacious apartments. Hauck Interactive designed and developed this site, which features floor plans, photos, and an online maintenance request form. The site has been directly linked to an increase in tenants.
HopeLab approached HII with the task of bringing their research project (done in conjunction with Daylight and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation) on combating child obesity to the Web. HII worked with the client to assemble the information architecture and proceeded to provide the site design and development.
HII has provided consultation, photography, website design and development, and illustration services to this all-natural condiment maker. The TorchBearer website features a news admin tool, shopping cart, and custom illustrations to complement the bottle labels (nearly all of which were illustrated by HII).
Manhattan-based law firm of Weiser & Associates chose Hauck Interactive to redesign their Web site to be both search-engine friendly and to represent their extensive experience in personal injury law. We provided both a solution that was SEO-friendly as well as a design featuring custom photography for portions of the site.
As an experienced vendor for the PlayMegaPhone platform, Hauck Interactive worked with Sparks Marketing Group and Jamie Barlow Design to develop a basketball game for the 2010 CTIA conference and the NCAA Final Four. Deployed on a large screen kiosk, players called in with a cellular phone to make as many free throws before the timer ran out.
HII worked with NYU instructor Dan Shiffman to develop a website that would serve as a resource and promotional tool for "Learning Processing", Shiffman's book on the Processing.org software. In addition to matching the book cover's design, code examples are laid out to mimic the authoring tool.