Luxco Website Exploration
Welp… when you go up against the great Randy Smith, sometimes you get burned. That is definitely the case when you fight for his design in the pitch (which I did). Stay tuned to the soon-to-be-live Luxco.com from Randy and our DDB/Rodgers Townsend team. But in the mean time, take a look at where I took the design, and let me know what you think.
Summer Fun for a Good Cause
I made this Summerfest invite for Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital in St. Louis. The event is a major fund raiser and a good time had by all.
Check it out:
AstoundSound Takes Its Brand and Website to Another Level
The NGAGE creative team led by David Johnson was given the responsibility of taking some of the most sophisticated sound technology in existence, and making it understandable and irresistible to PC gamers, music aficionados and movie buffs.
David started by creating a look that felt youthful, high tech and loud. With bold copy from writer Eammon Azizi, I took David’s vision and cranked it up across all media, especially the on the web.
Take a look at where we ended up:
Save-A-Lot Flash Marquee
Save-A-Lot is a STL based value grocery store chain and great client. I have been doing a lot of their animated marquees lately, and this is one of them.
Enjoy the Freshness!
$7 Face Lift
I have spent the past three years helping to build the Scottrade brand with NGAGE.
A lot has changed, but one thing hasn’t, and that is their $7 online trades. They held tightly to their $7 mark, but for an evolving and forward thinking company a face lift was necessary.
I took a stab at it and Scottrade now utilizes my $7 Button as their second most important and recognized brand element.
I know it’s not a big deal. I didn’t even change it much. But as of right now, this is my little spot on the national advertising couch. When I watch CNBC or peruse Yahoo Finance and see that mark, I won’t lie… it makes me blush.
I saw this banner ad the other day online. I had nothing to do with it, but I ripped it off the web because I thought it was an indirect complement. Which is really funny to me.
Scottrade Branch Poster
This is a poster design that will be displayed in Scottrade Branch Offices around the country.
Take a look.