WorKS Kennett Square
WorKS Kennett Square is a curated group of high end purveyors of artisan, designer, handcrafted, vintage and one-of-a-kind goods for the home, the person and the connoisseur. When WorKS needed help with their new website, Kyboo helped with set up, customized design and development, as well as linked their new website with their social media platforms, giving them a simple way to keep their site automatically updated with their Instagram posts.
Robtco Property Management
Robtco Property Management was looking for a new and attractive front side web presence to attract new clients. Kyboo Interactive was able to design a flash based website that links directly to their existing client management website.
SafeSpecimens, LLC was looking for a web presence to promote their medical specimen transport product. Kyboo Interactive designed a clean, elegant and easy-to-use web site that exceeded all of their expectations.
Sol Yoga Studio
Sol Yoga studio needed a website with class registration and an online merchandise store. Kyboo worked directly with the owner to transform her design ideas into a beautiful website, including a photo gallery filled with pictures submitted by her students and yoga enthusiasts alike!
James Martin Company
James Martin Company needed a new website to represent quality manufacturers of commercial plumbing, HVAC, and water treatment industries. Kyboo Interactive designed and created a website that met all of their needs.
When a partner of Intel Health needed flash design and production help with an important and time senstive marketing project they came to Kyboo for high quality design and timely production to meet their goals. This project features flash with video and audio.
Symbol scanners are everywhere… at grocery stores, retail stores, and even your favorite team’s stadium! When Symbol’s creative partner needed help producing flash microsites for their many makes and models, they came to Kyboo Interactive.
Flash Demos and Mock Ads
Below is a selection of mocks and demos that I created in 2012 for Pointroll, a rich media advertising company in King of Prussia. The demos and mocks were created for a sales force working with a number of high profile clients.
Pantene Pro-V – Portrait Ad with Poll
This unit would appear in the entertainment section of USA Today and features a poll feature to engage the viewer. In this poll, we ask the viewer to vote on “Best Hair”. At the bottom there is a small expandable ad for Pantene Pro-V. The expanded ad area give more information and a call to action to “Learn More” which would direct them to the Pantene website.
McDonalds “Polite” Ad (non-expandable)
This basic demo for McDonalds features a 300×250 polite ad highlighting the “2 for $3” Egg McMuffin promotion. It is a simple flash animation with McMuffin imagery and “The melt in your mouth classic” language, ending with the promotion details, and a “Click for more” call to action.
Tide – Mobile Web Page Takeover
This demo was made to show Tide how they could promote their new tide pods on mobile devices. The demo shows a mobile webpage loaded on an iPad. The screen dims and shows a big stain over the page content. A female hand drops a Tide Pod on the screen which magically cleans off the mess. A small ad appears near the bottom of the screen asking the viewer a true or false question about Tide pods and ends with a call to action, allowing the viewer to “buy now”.
Flat PDF Mock Ads
Here is a selection of flat PDF mocks I created for Pointroll, a rich media advertising company in King of Prussia. These mocks were created for a sales force working with a number of high profile clients.
Jefferson Hospital – Expandable Ad
This flat mock for Jefferson Hospital shows the basic functionality of the standard expandable ad. The initial banner is 300×250. When the viewer mouses over the appropriate area it expands to a 500×250 panel containing three tabs for viewing 4 testimonials, informations on upcoming seminars in the area, and an interactive form to request an appointment with Jefferson Hospital.
Moet & Chandon/USA Today – Page Pushdown
Moet & Chandone wanted to see a new and creative way to promote their champagne in conjunction with the Kentucky Derby. I created this mock to make it appear as though a Moet champagne bottle was pouring champagne into a specific main area of content on the USA Today sports page. When the area “filled” it reveals the Moet and Kentucky Derby messaging.
Conair – Page Takeover/Expandable Ad
Conair wanted to promote their line of hair dryers emphasizing the superior power of their products. We came up with the idea of showing their hair dryer blowing the content right off the page. The ad appears to be a standard 300×250 but at a designated time frame, the hair dryer pops out of the ad and blows all of the page content off the screen revealing the Conair Infinity ad messaging. The ad resolves back to the original size allowing the user to roll over for more info including photos and videos. The client loved it.
Campbells V8 – Expandable Ad
This unit would appear in the entertainment section of USA Today and features a poll feature to engage the viewer. In this poll, we ask the viewer to vote on “Best Hair”. At the bottom there is a small expandable ad for Pantene Pro-V. Not coincidentally, all of the contestants are representitives of the Pantene Pro-V collection. The expanded ad area give more information and a call to action to “Learn More” which would direct them to the Pantene website.
TAG Heuer – Dynamic Content Ad
TAG Heuer wanted to see concepts of dynamic content ads where the content would change depending on what “call to action” TAG chose for a given campaign (i.e. -Click here to learn more; Click here for directions) as well as the location of the viewer, which would be automatically pulled in via IP address. The third option shown, known as a “graceful fail” was the ad that would be shown if the location of the viewer could not be determined automatically.
Vicks NyQuil/DayQuil – Dynamic Content Ad
Vicks wanted to see a sampling of “polite” ads (non-expanding) for their NyQuil and DayQuil products. The location of the viewer would be pulled in via IP address and the content and call to action buttons were customizable per campaign for the client.