We design and engineer custom assets for our clients that elevate their presentation to its highest potential - with or without professional-grade hardware.
We develop our asset control interfaces to match the needs of the client and their specifications, ensuring that every stream is as effortless as possible.
Let us help you get your show off the ground - we offer services ranging from event logistics to presentation design, and can be available on-site as a part of your production crew.
Our design process prioritizes taking complex information - from wherever we can get it - and presenting it in a meaningful way to your viewers without overwhelming them.
We know how to keep your viewers engaged, whether it be through social media, live polling, Q&A management, contests and giveaways, or fully-fledged interactive experiences.
If you have a concept in mind, but aren’t sure how it could be done, that’s where we excel - our diverse skillset and joy for problem solving makes us the ideal group to find the best solution.
Support Class's 3-person team has over 25 years of collective experience in production work, web development, and the gaming industry. We've served in a variety of creative and technical roles, working on teams of all sizes and budgets to deliver content for games, film, web, and print.
We’ve been a part of Games Done Quick for their past three events, initially delivering a complete overhaul of the event's livestream to bring it to a level of production value befitting its prominence.Live poker overlays and broadcast design for the main event of Jason Somerville's tournament series.Provided broadcast graphics and helped to produce the Internet Archive's second streaming telethon, and helped raise over $130,000 for one of our favorite non-profit organizations!Professor Broman hired us to create new branding, dynamic overlays, and one of the craziest sub combos on Twitch.tv. Subscribers created a Destiny raid team that would kill a boss and earn randomly generated engrams -- prompting Broman to do giveaways and prizes if the best loot dropped!Esports personality Sir Scoots wanted our best overlays, but also commissioned this intro sequence that we produced with the help of award-winning composer Danny Baranowsky (Crypt of the Necrodancer) and the vocals of Australian comedy group Tripod.We created new overlays and notifications for one of the biggest indie streamers on Twitch, but the biggest feature was a fully interactive "Wheel of Emotes" game for his viewers to play during breaks. This all runs in a browser!Overlays and notifications for Jason Somerville, the #1 poker streamer on Twitch. His resub notification features animations where cards are dealt that reflect the duration of the subscription.This is the second overlay package we created for Dan - all of his animations and notifications have a bounciness to them, stretching and squashing the text as well as the shapes as they move around the screen.
ABOUT THE TEAM
Chris served as Senior Cinematics Designer on the MMO WildStar, working on in-game content, promotional videos, and helping to produce and direct WildStar's official livestream. He's also worked in content design, film, visual effects, and web dev roles throughout his career.Jasmine is a veteran of the gaming content world - producer, show host, social media manager, and blogger. She also served as a journalist and livestreamer for AOL's Massively.com. She knows great talent when she sees it, and keeps our schedules sane.Alex is the primary developer behind NodeCG: an open-source live graphics platform intended to put broadcast-quality graphics in the hands of every streamer on Twitch. He also has years of experience in live event production, specializing in esports.
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