We developed this Fuel Progress Site to help show how Exxon provides "clean" energy to users. A mini-game teaches drivers how to get the best gas mileage out of their car. Additionally, OOH posters at gas station pumps promote fuel efficiency.
Two spots done for the BasicTalk Believe Me campaign.
Vonage DR TV spots to drive new customer acquisition.
This site re-design for Chase Private Client needed to look as high-end as the audience it targets. But it also needed to be as easy to use as possible for an older demographic. With a simple, elegant grid design and a dynamic carousel, the new site (launching Sept 2013) combines branded sales messaging, useful tools and relevant content in an user-friendly environment.
With the re-launch of the beloved 90's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Viacom was looking to make an impression at LA's Comic Con. My initial concept became the basis of the entire stunt which was later implemented to great success.
What do you do when the traditional side of the agency gets client buy-off on a print campaign then decides it needs a digital component? Curse their names, then make the most of it.
Loews Hotels want to be more to their business travelers. A place that delivers that little something extra to make the time away from home better. More productive. Even more fun. By highlighting the little joys in print and helping guests find the little joys using mobile and digital, we pitched a Loews lifestyle worth looking forward to.
Product launch video for a contact lens that uses a radically new technology.
How do you make a 10 year old product sexy again? Lot's of strong graphics.
This brand's mineral powder foundation has a serious cult following and leads all foundation sales in the United States despite the fact that, as a loose powder, it's not portable and can be messy. When it was time to launch the new pressed powder version of the beloved makeup, we created pitchwork that highlighted the benefits of the new product without speaking to the implied "flaws" of the original formula.
Three different contact lens brands with three different target audiences called for three very different TV executions. Each spot mimics the personality of the brand — and the clients who love them.
Charged with planning, promoting and designing AIGA Nebraska's latest design competition, we went small. One inch, to be exact. With AIGA Nebraska's first button design contest.
This brand of lenses had an unusual problem: their latest lenses stay so wet and comfortable that some wearers have trouble gripping them during removal. Instead of calling out a problem that not all users were experiencing, we created light-hearted how-to videos to help alleviate the difficulty.
The Wounded Warrior Project provides programs and services to severely injured service members during the time between active duty and transition to civilian life. The print campaign aimed to engage service members without making them feel "weak" for reaching out for help.
This global redesign of the Dailies brand contact lens website needed to appeal to all ages of contact lens wearers - from first-time 13 year olds to life-long 35 year olds. The design also needed to be flexible enough for multiple translations and cultural subject matter.
Many people are still wearing contact lens technology that was invented in 1987. How to convince them to upgrade to a newer and better lens technology? Point out the ridiculousness of clinging to the past.
When wishing the agency's clients a happy non-denominational holiday, why not make up your own? Besides, nothing says holiday like mustaches.