Around the time we decided to focus more on film and TV, we were approached by Briggs and Riley – the luggage company that first introduced rolling luggage to travelers worldwide. It was the 40th anniversary of that product breakthrough and they needed some B-roll to use for various TV and public relations events which featured Briggs and Riley. It was a good opportunity for use to use our growing arsenal of film and video production equipment – including dollies, booms, portable lighting, jibs and more. Briggs and Riley was surprised at the level of quality and polish we were able to deliver at a fraction of the cost of hiring a NYC production house. We were happy that they were happy.
From static ad banners to animated gifs to flash banners to video banners, we’ve done it all. And more so than any other media, it’s fast and easy to gauge the effectiveness of an ad banner campaign – which has kept us on our toes to always be learning and growing so that we can deliver predictable results as well as fancy-schmancy looking banners.
Online Banner and Landing Page Combinations
Online Banner Advertising Samples
Campaign 1, Campaign 2, Campaign 3
Interactive Flash Video
AOL Call Alert Premium Service
AOL Yellow Pages Search
AOL Pictures House Ad
Toolbar House Ad
AOL Search Site Pop-up 1, Pop-up 2
AOL Banners Banner 1, Banner 2, Banner 3, Banner 4, Banner 5
Music Now (Concept 1, Concept 2)
Ongoing landing page testing optimized Vonage’s online orders – ours was the online winner, iterated for over a year.
For the launch of the Washington Post’s new dining and entertainment guide, “Going Out Guide” we had a problem: how do you tell people that a 130-year-old newspaper is their best source for what’s hip in DC? The answer: we used the newspaper itself as the visual punchline. And the launch was a success.