ads, flyers, and inserts
This ad was designed to stand out as a 2-page spread in a cluttered and competitive apartment guide booklet. The post-it note design stops people who are just flipping through the publication and focuses their eyes on the key benefits of these apartments.
Homeowners with large debt-loads were the target of this ad for a second mortgage. Our simple research found that financial worries were a leading cause of friction among couples.
We also helped coordinate a newspaper insert celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Fountain Square Mall renovation project.
This ad for museum trade magazines quickly conveys that Hoffman can make and refurbish durable, well-designed exhibits. The idea is to convey a simple message if someone is flipping through a magazine, and provide more detail if they're interested.
Our first step is to learn a lot about an industry and product. In this case the field is software for cataloging vast quantities of electronic-rights-managed software.
It's always hard to stand out in a trade magazine, and even harder to write relevant copy that speaks to people in that trade, but it's the only way to get your ads to actually work.
Appraisals often take a month or more to complete. Key Auctioneers emphasizes their timely turnaround. Once again, the idea is a simple message conveyed in short text and with an appropriate and interesting visual.
Sometimes, under certain circumstances, it's OK to make a joke about Ibsen.
Black and white graphics suggest the speed and sophistication of electronic document delivery.
Buyers walked into the model carrying this ad.
Many newspaper real estate sections look like vast gray seas. We design ads that help you float on top.