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Few Americans were aware of proton therapy treatment. Fewer knew our client, ProCure. How do we exponentially expand awareness and drive appointment requests…immediately?
Focus first on proton therapy education. Follow on to position ProCure’s facilities as the nation’s premier treatment centers—with technical sophistication and passionate patient care.
Demystify this novel treatment process while humanizing the experience for vulnerable, hesitant patients. High tech meets high touch.
CROHN'S & ME
Build a database of interested Crohn’s patients and caregivers. Do it in 6 months. Excite patients about a new Crohn’s drug—one that was 4th to market.
Ease patient isolation by creating a virtual community, but without allowing open-ended comments, which is a risky proposition for pharmaceutical companies.
Give us your moving stories and your poop jokes. Seriously, in order for Crohn’s patients to really connect with the site, we allowed real patients to speak in their authentic voices. Rule-breaking for a pharma company, taboo breaking for patients.
LOW T FACTS
1/3 of men over age 45 suffer from low testosterone. 90% don’t know they have it. One brand dominated sales. It wasn’t our client’s.
Disease awareness must precede branding. Educate sufferers first. Separate low testosterone from erectile dysfunction. Do it delicately.
Using subtle humor, an unbranded video and online media campaign motivates men to get more information and to talk with their doctors about “Low T.”
Break through the smog of allergy product advertisements. Increase prescriptions. Do it with a fraction of the budget of the competition.
Moderate-to-severe allergy patients experience their condition as a serious hindrance to life. Respect that.
Deliver healthcare beyond the pill. A video-rich interactive campaign highlights Xyzal’s product benefits and offers tips for creating an allergy-free environment. Dynamic media is placed in endemic and pay-for-performance content for maximum impact.
A beloved music encyclopedia had gone digital. Feebly. The audience grew impatient with a crowded and confusing interface. Fix it. All 4.6 million pages of it.
Make the needles jump from the haystack with the best search function in the field.
Logical navigation. Satisfying search. A user experience that guides and intrigues. And a new logo to make the brand fresh again to its passionate audience.
In a state of transition between the print and digital world, educators and students needed to intersect online.
Demystify the virtual learning process. Focus on video to tell the story simply and quickly. Easy for students, easier for educators. Win-win.
A portal for McGraw-Hill Education Connect where educational products, assignments, students, and teachers interact. A leap forward in virtual learning.
Growing from a small family company to a global corporate network, Estée Lauder feared losing touch with its work force of 30,000.
Communication, participation, and transparency: The campaign mirrors the intent.
Supercharge the company’s commitment to tomorrow’s leaders. Online training, surveys, and e-intelligence empowers each Estée employee to think like a CEO.
DermStore had grown at a healthy clip, but aspired to compete with the beauty giants. They needed a new brand, a new site, and a new shopping experience. A complete makeover.
Dive deep with DermStore experts—loyal employees and customers—to learn where the brand had been. Scan the competitive environment to find open strategic water.
Rebrand DermStore.com as Glow.com. No longer just a dermatology store. Now a purveyor of beauty and health advice and products for the customer who demands more.
A cancer diagnosis is not only emotionally devastating; it’s cognitively draining as well. So how to take 14,000 pages of treatment, research, and facility information and gently guide a user through it?
Demonstrate Memorial Sloan-Kettering’s world-class facilities and treatment team members, at once impressing the audience and humanizing the organization. Position MSK as the ideal partner for the difficult journey ahead.
Customize user information paths to make the experience personal. Feature MSK staff and patients to provide the human face to a medical marvel.
CROHN'S & ME
LOW T FACTS
DTC National Ad Award
2013 Best Digital Media Campaign, Finalist
Teva Respiratory QNASL
Internet Advertising Competition (IAC)
2012 Best Health Care Online Campaign
Bausch + Lomb Ocuvite
eHealthcare Leadership Award
2012 Best Rich Media
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