This project included client interviews, information architecture, design and backend programming for over 40 pages and a password-protected, lead-generating membership module for enrolling subscribers. The site is fully responsive, so it renders well on mobile tablets and smartphones.
Client: Lenox Advisors
Firm: Decker Design
PricewaterhouseCoopers has more than 155,000 people in 153 countries. We were tasked with delivering relevant editorial content to all of them, both offline and online, four times a year. We were entirely responsible for Link*— the name, writing, and the overall design and implementation. The key feature each issue was a set of video interviews with top management—putting a face and a voice behind policy decisions being made at the highest levels of the firm.
Firm: Ross Culbert & Lavery, Inc.
PricewaterhouseCoopers publishes an annual survey about trends in the entertainment, Media and Communications industry. They publish a 400-page book that contains forecasts for worldwide trends in internet, music, publishing and broadcast based on extensive interviews with leading CEOs, COOs and CIOs.
The day-long book launch event is a major event held every year at the Waldorf=Astoria Ballroom. Many of the industry’s glitterati show up.
Our responsibility included branding, marketing and production for all aspects of the effort including:
- Introductory video montage
- Set design
- Email marketing and registration
- Event wayfinding and dinner journal
- Advertising in trade media
- Design and production of the book
The video montage above features original music we composed, voice over recordings of the script we wrote, and visuals we produced.
Sound Design: North Forty Music
Design Firm: Calfo Aron LLC
To renew engagements or to win new business, PwC needed a compact solution that included reams of information, video interviews, downloadable pdfs, and links to online presentations. These packages needed to be produced with a very short lead time and only 100 copies were produced. Each proposal would include an interactive CD and a book housed in rigid presentation packaging.
This example is from the pitch to “NewCo” which was code name for the new entity Bell Atlantic formed by the merger of Nynex, one of the AT&T spin-offs, and GTE. Bell Atlantic eventually became Verizon when the dust settled after some additional mergers.
The pitch was a success and we celebrated at the “21” Club private dining room.
On a technical level, this presentation was a novelty. Produced at a time before streaming video on the internet, or even DVDs for that matter. We shot and edited 24 videos, used aggressive compression codecs, and squeeze them onto a 700MB CD-Rom with interactive functionality encoded using Macromedia Director. Archaic by today’s standards, yet still effective as a selling tool.