Content production is the only constant at a content marketing agency.

With another quarter conquered comes another opportunity to recall at a few of our finest creative accomplishments.

This time we’re putting visual content in the spotlight. We have eBooks, infographics, videos, Instagram feeds and more lined up for you.

Enjoy (and do let us understand if you see something you like):

1. ThoughtTrace: The coolest item launch video ever

This is how Baz Luhrmann would make motion graphics. Our animation group took subject-matter with potential to bore and turned it into a video filled with pizazz to the last frame.

ThoughtTrace’s solution offers users plenty to be excited about. The hard part here was getting someone who’s never used the product as thrilled about it as someone who utilizes it every day and likes it. That excitement shines through in this 3-minute opus. We do not like to brag, but our animators are genuinely magnificent.

2. Shibumi: A virtual conference’ Sizzle Reel ‘ We helped Shibumi collaborate a whole virtual conference in Q3 2020, and it went swimmingly. The appeal of a virtual conference is that the presentations are all enhanced for a digital format, so they retain their worth long after the live event, like a fantastic webinar or an actually great TED
Talk.

The key is to continue to promote that material so people understand it exists. That’s what sizzle reels like the one we made for Shibumi are for.

3. Girl, LASH: Some TLC for the IG

Woman, LASH sells everything lash artists require to applicate and look after lash extensions. The online shop approached us because they ‘d wearied of the old “pink and black” motiff that numerous cosmetic companies employ. They wished to refurbish their Instagram feed with an airier color scheme and initial content that records the essence of the brand name.

Visually, we totally revamped the style of the Instagram page, dropping this:

In favor of this: We likewise added product shop tags, enhanced some posts and created several stories. The results speak for

themselves. 4. Saphisle: A website redesign for the ages Saphisle approached us with an easy ask: Produce a site that reflects their brand values, that looks expert and, above all, functions as a foundation for all future inbound marketing endeavors.

Ok, perhaps not as basic as I let on initially. But Brafton’s Tim Olech certainly made it look easy, and our dev group actually stepped up with a custom-built WordPress style. Saphisle was thrilled with the outcome– specifically these elegant illustrations of the company’s leadership:

Brafton designer Tim Olech worked from images to produce extremely top quality illustrations of Saphisle’s management team members.

5. Decorating Den Interiors: This eBook might be its own publication

Decorating Den Interiors has been with us for several years, and young boy do we love developing material for them. As a mid-to-high-end interior design franchise, they give us no shortage of visual motivation to deal with. Here’s just a bit of what’s inside the most recent eBook we wrote and formatted for them:

6. Untangle infographic: The anglerfish is the very best phisher of all An anglerfish dangling a little e-mail over its devastatingly sharp underbite is potentially our preferred representation of phishing to date. And we’ve seen phishing represented in a lot of ways.

Required we say more?

7. Base2 Providers eBook: The cheat sheet on the blackboard

Concise, basic text that clearly gets its point across? Inspect. A distinct style concept that makes the reader feel like they’re getting a real lesson in DevOps-style cloud migration? Inspect.

A smooth mix of the 2? Inspect it out

No matter how complex the subject matter, there’s constantly a way to make it appear like notes on a blackboard.

8. Oliver Wight Americas: A video testimonial about visual material

You get 3 for 1 with this example. It showcases:

  1. A total website redesign.
  2. Video footage from multiple videos we produced for Oliver Wight Americas.
  3. A remote review from a delighted customer.

The appeal of a remote testimonial is that it offers you the best of both worlds. You get the client’s voice, but you likewise get to see examples of your work represented on the cinema– all without leaving your home.

Remote video reviews are something that we started performing in reaction to take a trip constraints from COVID-19. But what we’ve ultimately discovered is that it’s a lower-cost way to demonstrate success for clients, and in many cases, it can work just as well as an in-person shoot.

That’s what I call a win-win.

See something you desire?

Let us understand. There’s really nothing that we can’t create, animate, film or mock up.

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