Halloran is a consulting firm, who were looking for a site redesign.
They were looking for something bold, but professional that reflects their personal beliefs and style.
CLIENT: Halloran Consulting EMPLOYER: Garfield Group TYPE: Web Design ROLE: Art Director
The Cloud Pay site was bold redesign that would be inspired by some of their other current rebranding initiatives.
The result was a couple of options that reflecting the bold color and type of their print pieces, with the use of photography to emote the global scale of their company.
CLIENT: Cloud Pay EMPLOYER: Garfield Group TYPE: Web Design ROLE: Art Director
Peddlers Village is an outdoor shopping experience that was looking to help spread the word about its renovated inn and dining options, brand new brewery and distillery, and quirky local events, while boosting weekday traffic.
CLIENT: Peddlers Village EMPLOYER: Garfield Group TYPE: Web Design ROLE: Art Director
Confidence Plus UX
Eastern Auto Parts Warehouse's program Confidence Plus is a unifying warranty to be honored and used in certified locally owned auto repair shops.
The task was to create an equally unifying website that would host information on all of the certified local shops, that could be easily scanned through for whatever information was needed by the user.
CLIENT: Eastern Auto Parts Warehouse EMPLOYER: Garfield Group TYPE: Web Design ROLE: Art Director
AmeriHealth Administrators didn’t just ask us to redesign their website. They wanted us to bring health care into the modern world. To us that meant bold, contemporary copy, visceral visuals, a fully responsive design, and just the right amount of minimalism to keep it all together. The result was a forward-thinking site that shows how healthcare should be portrayed in the digital world.
CLIENT: AmeriHealth Administrators EMPLOYER: Tierney Agency TYPE: Web Design ROLE: Digital Designer LINK: View Live Link
86 & LEXINGTON
TD Bank was building a first-of-its kind, tech-centric location in NYC. And they asked us to create content for its four giant LED screens. Our goal was to show how TD and their almost unmanned location are using technology to make banking easier, faster, and smarter. And better for NYers who are always on the go. So we developed an adaptive video feed featuring live weather and subway times to help NYers navigate their day, along with NYC facts, panoramic photography, and more. The result: we helped turn a former corner at a prominent NYC subway location into more than an express bank. We helped TD create a digital oasis from the busy city outside.
CLIENT: TD Bank EMPLOYER: Tierney Agency TYPE: Motion/Information Design ROLE: Digital Designer
People can, and do skip YouTube ads after 5 seconds. So we took TD’s new “dramatized” TV commercials – which show how they take the drama out of banking – and condensed the drama into 5 seconds. Then left viewers with a laugh whether they press ‘skip’ or not.
My role consisted of concepting how to adapt the commercials to YouTube, concepting alternate YouTube endings to the spots to take advantage of the skip button, story boarding and casting.
CLIENT: TD Bank EMPLOYER: Tierney Agency TYPE: Broadcast Design ROLE: Digital Designer
CHEVY | UBER
Everyone loves free things. Everyone loves using Uber. Everyone should love the new Chevy lineup. In this concept, Chevy would team up with Uber to create the Chevy Free Rides event.
The event would travel across the country, hitting major markets/cities, utilizing the great new Chevy lineup as Uber cars, and offer free rides to the users for a weekend.
This ‘forced’ test-drive allows for people to experience Chevy in a whole new way. And because they are not driving, they can focus their attention on the cars themselves.
Chevy would work with Uber to modify it’s app to allow a user to chose Chevy as the pickup instead of standard Uber, Uber black, etc.
The event would be supported by a full digital campaign. The site would should where and when the event is hitting your area, allows for reminder signups, so the user won’t forget to use Uber. Users will also be offered links to download the Uber app, if they already don’t have it. They can check out the lineup right there, with car overviews. The users will also be reminded to share photos using #ChevyFreeRides as well as the hashtag from their town, to receive a Uber promo code for when chevy isn’t around, and also be entered to win their own Chevy.
Promo for this car would be surprise celebrities picking up Uber users in NYC, LA, and the like, with the users reactions filmed by hidden camera.
The footage for this would be used in places such as Hulu, as well as promoted Facebook posts.
Another way to target people for this campaign is geo-locating banner ads that will show you real-time maps of the users city, with the Chevy Ubers driving around on the map, with a link to the site.
TYPE: Advertising/Web Design ROLE: Art Director
Not everyone likes “casinos." But with new bars and restaurants, a new concert venue and waterfront patio, SugarHouse is expanding to become one of Philly’s largest entertainment spaces. So to get Philadelphians to open their minds, we let the voice of the Night, himself, call them out to have better nights and weekends. It all starts with an out-of-home stunt where passersby can answer the call of the Night, followed by traditional executions that drive to a site where you can have the Night call your friends to convince them to go out with you.
CLIENT: SugarHouse EMPLOYER: Tierney TYPE: Advertising/Web Design ROLE: Digital Designer
FINE WINE & GOOD SPIRITS PROOFS ON THE BOTTLE
Fine Wine & Good Spirits wanted to give dads a more memorable gift. One personalized for them, but crafted by you. So we created the Proof’s On The Bottle microsite, where you could customize a Father’s Day message, and have it either engraved onto the glass or added to the label of your dad’s favorite spirit. Then we promoted it through social, Pandora radio, and the store’s weekly eblasts.
CLIENT: Fine Wine & Good Spirits EMPLOYER: Tierney TYPE: Web Design ROLE: Digital Designer
This invite was modeled after an airline boaring pass.
These were for my brothers wedding, were he and his bride to be wanted to do a "love is in the air" theme due to my brother being a pilot.
TYPE: Invitation Design ROLE: Art Director
"MetroCast Begins with ME" is a campaign about looking at cable and internet ads in a new way.
The client wanted to mix 'lifestyle' with 'tech’, so we created a grid system that showcases a different use of the product in each section. But rather than just show you how to use the product, we let people tell their own stories of how they use it.
CLIENT: MetroCast Cable EMPLOYER: D4 Agency TYPE: Broadcast Design ROLE: Art Director