by thesanfranciscoegotist / June 25, 2020 /
by thesanfranciscoegotist / April 15, 2020 /
To help combat the COVID-19 crisis, Venables Bell & Partners and digital agency Firstborn have partnered to launch a new effort called Facejar - a virtual face-touching "swear jar" that lets people turn accidental beard rubs, eye itches and nose picks during video meetings into money for protective equipment for medical professionals. The concept is simple: touch your face, donate a dollar.
The idea originated with VB&P ACD Elliot Nordstrom, [Read More]
by Egotist / February 14, 2020 /
With Valentine's Day here, check out this fun initiative from Fellow, an app-based professional community for women in advertising backed and funded by Venables Bell & Partners. Living up to its mission to arm the next generation of female leadership with the hard-earned knowledge and support of their peers, Fellow is celebrated Galentine’s Day on February 13 by asking the women of advertising to thank all of the fabulous women who helped them fall in love with advertising and impacted [Read More]
by Egotist / February 11, 2020 /
SF-based creative agency Noise 13 just launched a new careers site for Instacart, the grocery delivery/pickup service.
It's a fun site with nicely-done animations and it makes Instacart seem like an inviting place to work. And of course, plenty of food puns. You can see Noise 13's case study, along with more creative examples here.
by Egotist / February 10, 2020 /
Some promotion news this morning: Firewood has promoted senior technology leader Ron Davis to chief technology officer, a new role for the agency. Davis was promoted to CTO from his role as senior vice president of technology at Firewood, which he joined in 2018.
“Technology is at the heart of everything we do at Firewood,” said Davis. “The technology team not only develops insight-driven applications, websites, and other tools for our clients, but we also leverage the same appr[Read More]
by Egotist / November 21, 2019 /
Ntropic's sister company Tactic, have brought back the Coca Cola polar bears just in time for the holiday season. In addition to traditional advertising, they've created the Coca-Cola mobile app and specially marked AR-activated cans so you can unlocks several polar bear experiences, including a sledding scene inspired by Coke's 2013 holiday ad, snowball fights and a holiday light show.
by thesanfranciscoegotist / November 12, 2019 /
SF agency Recreation has freshened up their own branding. The shop, which lists clients like Chevron, Clorox and Johnson & Johnson, is touting its "Brand new look. Same great people."
Check out their new website design to get a flavor of the new visual style.
by thesanfranciscoegotist / November 6, 2019 /
Mekanism and Alaska Airlines have a cool, technology-centric campaign running that surfers will love. They're tapping into dynamic data to launch their first-ever fare sale powered by the ocean’s waves. In partnership with global surf forecasting site Surfline, the brand will kick off the “Swell Deals” campaign using data to generate discounts up to 30% off flights to Hawaii based on the height of forecasted waves around the island. The bigger the waves - the bi[Read More]