Sometimes,you need to shoot the messenger...

If you have a great product,but a lousy message,you hire a good story teller(like us!) to tell a better story. But what happens when you've got a great product and a great message, and the message still doesn't get through to your customers? Then it's time to look at how that message is being sent.

Subway promo campaign for Laker's 50th and signage for Angels, Bruins, Clippers & Trojans. Top it Off campaign featured POP and buttons. The Subway 'Subs on the Go' campaign anchored the regional web site. Html 5 web pages look great on cell phones and personal computers. 'Catch a Fresh Taste!' in-store campaign extended to national email blasts. Free Breakfast campaign included POP, coupons and outdoor.

Sometimes, you need to shoot the messenger...

If you have a great product, but a lousy message, you hire a good story teller (like us!) to tell a better story. But what happens when you've got a great product and a great message, and the message still doesn't get through to your customers? Then it's time to look at how that message is being sent.

FLASH (no pun intended): 79% of iPhone and iPad owners use their phones to help with shopping, but can't view flash-based content.

And the power of mobile internet in retail is only increasing. 9 out of 10 Americans under age 65 use cell phones, 77% of all mobile traffic is from tablets, and by 2014, internet usage by mobile devices is anticipated to overtake PCs.

After delivering great POP materials for two years, SUBWAY® of Southern California called on us to develop a new campaign for their dedicated regional web page. We were thrilled, but also aware that our campaign had to work on the growing number of cell phones and tablets by which consumers interact with the web.

With purchase decisions being made on the spot, SoCal Subway owners stood to lose a lot of bread.

Our response was to devote ourselves to HTML5, so their web page looked great on any device. That new awareness led us to the latest in responsive web design, and makes us continuously ask how we can improve user experience. We apply those ideas, and then polish our web development skills to help all our clients leverage their online reach.

FLASH (no pun intended): 79% of iPhone and iPad owners use their phones to help with shopping, but can't view flash-based content.

And the power of mobile internet in retail is only increasing. 9 out of 10 Americans under age 65 use cell phones, 77% of all mobile traffic is from tablets, and by 2014, internet usage by mobile devices is anticipated to overtake PCs.

After delivering great POP materials for two years, SUBWAY® of Southern California called on us to develop a new campaign for their dedicated regional web page. We were thrilled, but also aware that our campaign had to work on the growing number of cell phones and tablets by which consumers interact with the web.

With purchase decisions being made on the spot, SoCal Subway owners stood to lose a lot of bread.

Our response was to devote ourselves to HTML5, so their web page looked great on any device. That new awareness led us to the latest in responsive web design, and makes us continuously ask how we can improve user experience. We apply those ideas, and then polish our web development skills to help all our clients leverage their online reach.