Author Archives: Fred Kluth

About Fred Kluth

A highly motivated, creative, and versatile professional with experience executing the development of web applications, interactive games and broadcast media. A technical guru who leads projects and teams with integrity and profitable results.

The Right Disposition for the Job

Earlier in my career, I worked as an animator and a designer for years.  I found that I was constantly struggling with aspects of it, mostly concentrating on working in front of the computer for 8-12 hours at a time.  I was starting to get carpal tunnel in my wrists.  I also found myself just …

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Dungeon of my inner world

The attempt to map the inner workings of my mind, became quite an adventure.  

JHU Comics: A Great Comic Shop Experience in New York City

I had the wonderful opportunity to interview Nick Purpora (the owner) of JHU Books, a fantastic store in New York City.  We discuss the comic book business, what makes a great comic book store and some tales of some classic comics. http://www.nerdgoblin.com/jhu-comics-great-comic-shop-experience-new-york-city/

ARF: Alternate Reality Fatigue

I’ve recently been asked to contribute to a great new blog called “Nerdgoblin” – its a hub of all things nerdy and gobliny.  Please read my first contribution about my current feelings about the state of modern comics and storytelling. http://www.nerdgoblin.com/arf-alternate-reality-fatigue/

Star Trek DS9: Sacraments of Fire

I review a Star Trek novel called Star Trek DS9: Sacraments of Fire.  The novel is a fun read but its reads like picking up in the middle of a season of the show.  Check it out here at Nerdgoblin – http://www.nerdgoblin.com/deep-space-nine-sacraments-fire/

Samsung SSIC

On the last Spring of 2013, Samsung SSIC group reached out to RFI to help the prepare a site for a press conference they were doing in June.  The SSIC group of Samsung is responsible for the innovative development of new products.  Products that will not see be in the market for 2-3 years.  The …

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MetLife GTO

In the Fall of 2013, I started working at Ruder Finn Interactive. My first assignment was to work on an aggressive site launch for the Technology arm of MetLife. MetLife works with RuderFinn on establishing themselves as a progressive technology group. RFI was responsible for developing an external facing site with the propose of recruiting …

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Toyota Corporate Site

In the Fall of 2012, 360i merged with Denstu North America and we began working on the enterprise development for Toyota Corporate Site.  A large endeavor with multiple teams of stakeholders, we first reskinned the existing site, injected new CSS into the existing site to meet the relaunch of the Toyota Sales site.  In conjunction, …

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Integrated Producer – 360i: Oscar Mayer’s Great American Bacon Barter

In the summer of 2012, I produced The Great American Bacon Barter. We sent a man across country with 2000 pounds of bacon. He had no currency, no credit cards, no cash – only bacon. He used twitter to find places to stay and crazy activities. We sent a video crew out to tape the …

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Photo: Madison Park Dec 2011

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