Technica, Pulse Secure, Vance, USi, AOL
Pulse Secure & Technica Postcards:
These postcards were part of an integrated marketing campaign (direct mail and web banner ads) aimed at getting existing Pulse Secure and Technica customers to upgrade from their antiquated network appliances to ones that comply with current security standards. I used outdated images from our old CD library to help make the point.
Vance Holiday Card:
This holiday card featured a die cut window that, when the tab was pulled, revealed a message of thanks to the company’s customers. It was printed using the newly launched brand standards along with a tinted varnish. The card was included in that year’s GDUSA American In-house Design Awards.
USi Event Invitation:
The 3D invitation I designed for a corporate sales event sponsored by USi, a leading Internet applications service provider, helped result in a sold-out event with a waiting list of attendees.
AOL CD Mailers:
AOL was famous for the CDs they gave away advertising their service and offering a free trial. From 1999-2001 I designed a series of these mailers for them. AOL primarily wanted to highlight a certain number of free hours online in a month for new customers as an enticement to join. I also suggested other benefits be highlighted, such as speed of use (cheetah and rocket) and access to music downloads (sax). I was solely responsible for all the concepts, design and illustration of these mailers.