In early November, Phone2Action had the opportunity to run some out of home ads at the Capitol One Arena and Chinatown Metro in Washington, D.C. This meant that I was tasked with creating a series of animated, 15-second looping ads with a pretty short turnaround time.
We did four separate sets of creative, and the second one was especially for Election Day to encourage people to vote and find their polling place by texting in a keyword.
This was a hugely exciting opportunity for me to have my work seen by so many people. The ads ran for a month, which means thousands of people walking by saw my work—it’s an incredible thought. This was the first time I had done large scale, animated ads like this, which was a fun challenge.
This is such a little thing but may be one of my favorite new swag items that I’ve ordered for Phone2Action this year: branded M&Ms.
We originally ordered these for a tradeshow, but everyone liked them so much that we now keep some in stock for every event we exhibit at. I love that we were able to get the lightning bolt from our logo on the actual candy. And being able to do a full color sticker with our branded gradient was an excellent plus.
Back in January, one of my former colleagues from my agency days contacted me about helping her current company, Calyx Software, develop a logo for one of their new products. It was a tight timeline given their schedule to announce the project, so it was a fun challenge.
Zip is a dynamic interviewing tool for mortgage applications, that makes the process fast & smooth for the applicant(s).
The client wanted a logo that was clean, modern, and showed movement—something that conveys the speed & ease of the product.
The decision was made to keep the product name Zip rather than ZipHome, so that it is not limiting and fits into the suite of Calyx Software products.
I’m really happy with how this logo turned out, as was the client!