Today I ran into a service at stupeflix.com that automatically creates slideshows from images uploaded or linked to the site. It has a long way to go on design of the actual video, but the interface is nice and easy to use. This is a collection of some of our favorite images.
These banners will be set at various hospitals in the CHS to display changes and advantages concerning the Rehab Hospital.
Today we printed some additional captions for the Billy Graham Library in Charlotte, NC. The tourguides were complaining to the management that they have to answer the same questions constantly, mostly, “Who is that? Where are they?”.
Today I created a new RSS icon for this site. I noticed as I was looking around that there are very few real 3D RSS icons out there, so I’m giving this one to the public domain.
The images you see here are of one of the flags being sewn, and one of the images coming off of our printer…
shipping a simple broadcast news desk we created for Dallastown Schools in Pennsylvania. The desk was designed by
renderings from 2008 to our gallery. Most of them are proposals for television and broadcast studio sets.
EDIT: We have now implemented a web-based file transfer system, The Gelbach Designs File Exchange. You can find it at https://gelbachdesigns.com/exchange/ (you will need a username and password)
This system replaces our use of FTP, so the below instructions should be ignored. If you have any questions, please call us at 704.339.0785.
Depreciated information below this text
FTP (File Transfer Protocol) is used by many companies like ours. The purpose is to quickly transfer files that are too large for email. The access information shown here will work with any FTP client/method.
If you are unfamiliar with using FTP to transfer files, I have a couple links for you below the access information.
FTP Login Information for Gelbach Designs
- FTP Username: email@example.com
- FTP Server: ftp.gelbachdesigns.com
- FTP Server Port: 21
- Upload your files to the Incoming folder. That is the only directory you will have access to.
If you are unfamiliar with FTP, here are a few links to download and learn:
Wednesday of last week we finished a massive install for Coors Light at the Lowe’s Motor Speedway in Concord, NC ( just north of Charlotte ). The installation
I’ve just gotten back in Charlotte from a trip to Washington, DC. The client for this trip was Wendy White of the American Wind Energy Association. Yes, we made jokes about how well her name fit with the company.
This was a challenge because of the size of the studio. However, with suggestions and changes coming from both our company and Wendy and Tony White, the studio set worked perfectly for the space.
These images were taken after installation, but before the studio lighting was installed. This is lit with one tota, 2 fluorescent fixtures, and a window. I’m excited to see what it will look like when they are finished with the studio lighting.