Working with the Rock Hill Police Department has been pretty darn awesome. We collaborated with Officer Trey Amick, in charge of all RHPD recruitment efforts, to create a site that would draw the best and brightest candidates to the Rock Hill police force. Using our creative abilities to help build a safer community for our families, friends and businesses is truly an amazing feeling. A big thanks to the RHPD for making Rock Hill an amazing place to live and work.
Visit the new site and join the force at rhpdrecruit.com!
Be sure to check out more details about the photography and video work used throughout the site as well.
We’re super proud to finally show off months of hard work for Revolution Clothing located at the Epicenter in Uptown Charlotte.
Social partnered with Revolution to fashion a new online shopping experience to expand sales beyond the Queen City. We handled all aspects of design, development, product photography and video as we introduced the brick-and-mortar brand to the world of e-commerce.
The team at Revolution proved to be capable collaborators. Hard at work adding new content daily, they are readily embracing new ideas and technologies to bring their vision to life.
In need of a little high fashion, retail therapy? Visit the site at shoprevolution.com
This past Friday night we attended the AIGA InShow awards ceremony at the Riverbanks Zoo & Botanical Gardens in Columbia, SC. Contrary to typical design competitions that have a huge category structure with many tiers and multiple awards, InShow’s concept is a simple one: You’re either “In” or you’re “Out.”
The AIGA InShow, a statewide design competition in South Carolina, has built a reputation of being a tough competition and one that designers are eager to have their work selected for. The show, now in its 17th year, began in 1995 with a simple concept of wanting to create an awards show for “designers.”
We ended up bringing home six fluffy pillow cube awards for work across multiple categories including:
There was some amazing work on display and we were honored to be part of the “In” crowd. A big thank you to our clients for trusting us to stretch our creative muscle — these awards are as much for you as they are for us.
I had the pleasure of being invited to speak at AIGA Charlotte’s monthly BuzZ event on September 7th, 2011. It was great being able to talk openly about a topic that is important to me and our studio. I also enjoyed meeting some new folks and seeing a few familiar faces.
AIGA Charlotte BuzZ is a meet-up event geared toward Charlotte area creatives and small business owners/employees. Please come join us for coffee as we discuss a different topic each month. Come to learn or come to share the knowledge you already have. Either way, just come see what all the BuzZ is all about.
About the Topic
We work with clients every day. They are the ones who write the checks that keep our doors open. They are the reason we fire up the ol’ Creative Suite day in and day out. Let’s talk about how to create a good client, a client that doesn’t make you cringe when their name pops up on the caller ID. So often, clients are the topic of our complaints but let’s stop complaining and start figuring out ways to to actually enjoy who we work with.
We just finished some really fun banners for Old Town Rock Hill to promote the upcoming Oktoberfest in Old Town event. We’re super happy with how everything turned out and can’t wait to get our hands on some of that craft brew on October 15th. Time to bust out the lederhosen!